Can Houston Police Legally Search You for Drugs During a Weapons Frisk?

February 8th, 2019 by Tad Nelson in Drug Crime, Houston Criminal Cases, Possession

Drug charges obviously require drugs. And police typically recover drugs when they search suspects or their property. As you probably know, the police typically require a search warrant to conduct such a search. But there are multiple exceptions to this general rule. For instance, if a police officer has “reasonable suspicion” to suspect someone is […]

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Federal Court Upholds 5-Year Prison Term for Texas Woman Convicted of Embezzling from Former Partner

January 30th, 2019 by Tad Nelson in White Collar, White Collar Crime

Not every white collar crime is the result of a grand conspiracy to commit fraud. Oftentimes, these cases simply involve a personal relationship gone bad. Maybe a couple had a bad breakup, and one party decides to appropriate money or property from the other. While the appropriator may think they are just “taking what they […]

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