Attorney draws parallel between Midlothian murder, Eric Williams case

Tanya Eiserer, WFAA, April 22, 2016 Why did the person suspected of killing of gym instructor Missy Bevers dress in police tactical gear […]

Cost of prosecuting Attorney General Ken Paxton too steep for Collin County officials

Lauren McGaughy / Austin Bureau / Dallas Morning News Published: 10 March 2016 AUSTIN — Collin County officials continue to balk at the […]

The Rise In Healthcare Fraud Investigations Healthcare fraud has been an investigative priority since the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act established a National Healthcare Fraud and Abuse […]

Should Teens be Prosecuted for Having Sex?

The purpose of sex offender registration is to keep children are safer from dangerous pedophiles. According to the Center for Missing and Exploited […]

Megan’s Law in Texas: Sex Offender Laws and Registration Requirements

Sex crimes have been increasing in Texas over the last several years. In fact, according to the Texas Department of Public Safety, over […]

DUI in Texas: “No-Refusal” Policy Demanded by More Cities and Counties

The Texas Department of Transportation reports that there was at least one fatal car accident every day in 2010, with a total of […]