Adolescents in Texas and elsewhere are prone to moodiness, outbursts of temper and feelings they can't necessarily explain. Anyone who has been the parent of a teenager can attest to this. Many also have memories of their own struggles through the teenage years. None of this is meant to lessen the tragedy that occurred in Donna when an apparent attempted robbery went very wrong creating the need for a juvenile defense.
If someone asks you how much you know about Texas state law, you may not know how to answer. While you may be aware of some obvious crimes, such as shoplifting or drunk driving, you may not be aware of the intricacies in the statutes. This is before the consideration that laws change frequently–in fact, there are plenty of new laws in place for 2019.
Many people, especially those with high-value assets to protect, enter into a prenuptial agreement prior to marriage. You may have signed a prenup many years ago. Now that divorce is imminent, you need to know how your agreement affects important issues such as spousal support and property division.
Adolescent boys are not immune from engaging in pranks that can go awry. It is a time of risk taking and exploring that can lead to unfortunate consequences. A prank that got out of hand in Texas has led to a 14-year-old boy being in need of juvenile defense for a homicide charge.