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Terroristic Threats: Laws and Consequences in Texas Posted by Matthew Sharp under Threats March 29, 2017 Texas defines assault as intentionally, recklessly or knowingly causing bodily injury to another. Assault is also knowingly or intentionally threatening another with imminent bodily harm. The punishment for assault is a Class C misdemeanor punishable by a $500 fine.
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When many people take the step to draft and execute a last will and testament, it can be all too easy to think the job is done and forget about the document. However, there are many circumstances under which you should definitely revisit your will and amend any terms as necessary. The following are only some situations in which you should always consider possible updates to your will.
Society’s increasing reliance on technology to help mitigate everyday challenges is indisputable, especially when that technology helps safeguard the sanctity of human life. Truck dash cams can provide footage to explain what happened in a car accident, ultimately proving who is at fault. If you were involved in an accident with a semi truck that had a dash cam, we can help yo ...