Month: May 2014

Drug War Violence, Houston, and Mexico

Making a living in the drug trade is risky, dangerous, and quite frankly, down right reckless for a person who has a family, friends, and loved ones that would miss them if they were killed in the streets or jailed for their crimes. Far too often young men and...

Houston Killer’s Dad Drives Through Crime Scene

For some weird reason the father of a young man being investigated for a criminal offense involving a shooting took his vehicle and began attempting to plow through the crowd of on lookers. In this video of this seemingly violent psychotic episode likely relating to grief for the fact...

Consequences of a Criminal Background

To often, people young and old get themselves charged for criminal offenses with no regard for the potential impact these items can have on your life and future by appearing as an item on your criminal history. We feel that if Houstonians had a better understanding of the ramifications...

President Commutes 8 Unreasonable Crack Cocaine Sentences.

In what I personally believe is a big move in the right direction as far as awareness of unfair sentencing practices which make the criminal penalties for crack possession 100 times worse than the same quantity for cocaine, Dear Leader Obama has commuted sentences for a mere 8 people...

Respect The Police

If you’re unlucky enough to get pulled over by an officer of the Houston Police Department, then accused of an unlawful offense, its best to keep your cool and cooperate with the police as much as you can without compromising your civil rights. If you already know you’re “ridin...

Dealing With Criminal Charges Can Be Scary

If you’ve been arrested, and charged with a felony or misdemeanor offense in the Houston area, then it is in your highest interest to consult with a board certified attorney at law. In the State of Texas, criminal activity is harshly prosecuted, thus making for a stressful experience for...