In an attempt to reduce the number of highway accidents near the Labor Day holiday, a campaign in Texas called “Ride Sober or Get Pulled over” runs from August 19 to September 7. This campaign aims to disperse information about the risks of driving while intoxicated.
According to the Texas Department of Transportation, one person is killed every 20 minutes in a drunk driving accident on state roads or highways. State law says that it is illegal to operate a motor vehicle if your blood alcohol level is 0.08 or higher.
Texas law generally requires noncustodial parents to pay child support to custodial parents. However, if a child spends more time with a noncustodial parent than the custodial parent, it may be necessary to modify an existing support order.
Financial issues between spouses are the primary cause of approximately 22% of divorces. A Texas resident going through a high-asset divorce may want to consider hiring a certified divorce financial analyst (CDFA) to navigate the financial complications associated with divorce.
A routine traffic stop on the night of July 12 led to the discovery and seizure of about 78 pounds of marijuana according to a report from the Chamber’s County Sheriff’s Office. The 37-year-old Washington man who was driving the vehicle involved was taken into custody at the scene and then transported to the Chambers County Jail.
Protecting the welfare of a child sometimes rests with the state. The home and living conditions for a child might prove too dangerous for them to remain there, so the state of Texas takes custody to keep the child safe.
In Texas, alcohol-related criminal allegations are often linked to driving under the influence. However, people can be confronted with other charges related to being intoxicated. That includes public intoxication.
In some cases, Texas spouses going through a divorce can be their own worst enemy in making things more difficult for themselves legally. They must think of the big picture and avoid doing things that could inflame a judge if the matter goes to court.