The Driver Responsibility Program, enacted by the 78thTexas Legislature, required Texans who were convicted of certain traffic offenses – including DWI – to pay an annual surcharge on top of criminal penalties and court fines in order to maintain their driver’s licenses. On Sept. 1, the Program ends forever.
The slower pace of summer and the abundance of outdoor activities and more time spent outside by the pool or even on the road can need to pain and suffering – especially if you or a loved one experiences an injury as the result of someone else’s negligence. So, when should you call a Dallas personal injury or wrongful death ...
When you’ve been injured in a car accident, it’s imperative that you know your rights. Most people don’t have the time or the legal know-how to deal with insurance companies and their strategies for reducing the amount they pay out in the event of a crash.
Recent arrests at DFW International Airport have highlighted the risk travelers face when toting CBD. As we embark on the summer travel season, it’s important to know what’s allowed and what’s going to get you delayed, detained or even arrested.
Though the roadside signs dotting the highways seem to communicate otherwise during popular summer holiday travel periods, there is no statute in the Texas criminal code that permits a police department or other law enforcement entity from running a “no refusal” weekend.
Measures to reduce criminal penalties or at the very least keep a marijuana charge from completely derailing someone’s future enjoy broad bi-partisan support. However, simply clearing the House floor isn’t cause for a victory lap just yet.