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Alcohol the intoxicating constituent of wine, beer, spirits, and other drinks effect of alcohol depends from person to person based off different factors such as Age, weight, family history, amount consumed, what you drank or your health status.

DWI is a criminal offense of operating a motor vehicle after consuming an amount of alcohol sufficient to raise one’s blood alcohol content above a legal limit, according to state laws. Driving while intoxicated, however showing complete intoxication is not necessary for a charge of driving while intoxicated. A person’s first DWI charge can result in an automatic suspension of the violator’s license.

Assault Deadly Weapon fort worth

An Assault deadly weapon fort worth is carriedout by a threat of bodilyharm or a physical attack,present ability to causetheharm.An intent to scare or frighten another person can be enough to establish assault charges It is a crime and mayresult in criminal-liability. There are different degrees of assault.

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Any substance other than food that causes physiological changes to your body. They can be inhaled, injected, smoked, consumed, or dissolved under the tongue. They can be classified into two groups such as pharmaceutical drugs that is a chemical substance used to treat, cure, prevent, or diagnose a disease or to promote well-being or Psychoactive drugs which are chemical substances that affect the function of the central nervous system, altering perception, mood or consciousness.


Marijuana comes from the hemp plant Cannabis sativa. It has an active ingredient called THC that makes you feel high, THC and other compounds in marijuana effect your entire body, nervous system and your immune system. Smoking marijuana can increase your heart rate by up to two time for about 3 hours after smoking it which can lead to a heart attack in some cases. Physical effects included dizziness, shallow breathing, red eyes/dilated pupils, an increased appetite and slowed reaction time.


Traffic tickets generally come in two forms, citing a moving violation, such as exceeding the speed limit, or a non-moving violation, such as a parking violation. In some jurisdictions, a traffic ticket constitutes a notice that a penalty, such as a fine or deduction of points, has been or will be assessed against the driver or owner of a vehicle; failure to pay generally leads to prosecution or to civil recovery proceedings for the fine.

Citation: a written notice to appear before a court at a specified place and time to answer a particular charge. A citation is not a warrant, and a refusal to comply with it is normally not a crime but failure to appear results in a default judgment against the defendant.

Weapons Charges

Any device or object used with the intent to inflict bodily harm or physical damage. Some examples include but are not limited to firearms, explosives, and chemicals. Federal, state, and local statutes regulate the possession and use of weapons.


Abusive behavior, physical assault, and intimidation towards another individual within the household.


A writ, granting a constable or other officer to search or seize property, arrest a person, or perform some other specified act.


Usually issued when an individual fails to follow the rules of court or fail to comply with court date. Giving law enforcement agencies the authority to detain the defendant and bring them to court to address the issue.


Defense of those who have been accused of violating federal statue or the constitution of the United States.

Felonies are the most serious class of offense throughout the U. S. and are divided into four degrees, and each carries an increasing penalty.


A criminal offense that is less serious than a felony however is still punishable by a fine and incarceration at a local county jail. Misdemeanors are separated into three classes. Dismissal or an uncharged arrest for a misdemeanor can still affect a person future in finding potential employers.


Juvenile defendants require the assistance of an attorney experienced in juvenile law. Although children are capable of breaking the law and usually are charged with crimes everyday it is important that they have representation that looks out for their safety, welfare and best interest.


If a Motion to Revoke probation is filed, it means that the District Attorney feels or believes that you have violated the terms and conditions of your probation which can lead to a warrant being issued for your arrest. The Court will sometimes set a bond with the warrant, but other times it won’t. Depending on the nature of the underlying offense, the type of probation violation, and the number of violations can determine whether or not a bond is set. Once the warrant has been executed, the Court will set your revocation case for an initial appearance in order to try and resolve your case.


If you are on deferred adjudication meaning a judge has accepted your plea but defers finding the person guilty until all terms have been met until the end of the probationary period, the case can then be dismissed without a conviction. However, if the state feels that the defendant has not abided by the terms they may request the judge to adjudicate/ find the defendant guilty and sentence them to a punishment suitable for the original offense.




When you break the terms of your probation, different varieties are taken into consideration such as the seriousness of the violation, whether or not you have history of probation violations and whether or not said violation can worsen the severity of the situation. when probation has been violated by the defendant it can result to but not limited to significant penalties, jail time, extended probation period, heavy fines or even Motion to revoke probation.


An order of nondisclosure is a court order prohibiting public entities such as courts and police departments from disclosing certain criminal records. If you have a criminal record, you may benefit from obtaining such an order.

An order of nondisclosure also legally frees you from disclosing information about your criminal history in response to questions on job applications. You do not need to mention information related to the offense that is the subject of an order of nondisclosure.

Please note that an order of nondisclosure applies to a particular criminal offense. The order does not apply to all offenses that may be on your criminal record, but you may obtain multiple orders of nondisclosure for multiple offenses.

As mentioned above, an order of nondisclosure directs entities holding information about a certain offense on your criminal record to not release that information. This is a general rule. There are exceptions. Certain state agencies are still entitled to obtain information concerning an offense that is the subject of an order of nondisclosure.


A criminal offense involving deceitful conduct, misrepresentation or false statements intentionally for personal/monetary gain.


the taking of another’s property or service without permission or consent is considered THEFT. There are different levels of theft, such as petty theft, grand theft and larceny. Theft crimes carry potential punishments that range from the relatively minor to the extremely serious.


Proceeding in which a first-time offender of a criminal conviction, asks that the records be sealed, so that such records are not available through state/federal repositories. Waiting period expunctions A person may obtain an expunction if no charges have been filed after a waiting period has passed: 180 days for Class C misdemeanors, one year for Class A and B misdemeanors, and three years for felonies.

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