While misdemeanor crimes are considered less severe crimes, they require special attention and should still be taken seriously. This can include crimes such as vandalism, public intoxication, shoplifting, trespassing and so on. These crimes are further divided into different classes. If you or a loved one has been charged with misdemeanor charges in El Paso the last thing you want to do is face the judicial system on your own. You may think that it isn't a big deal. Perhaps you think you can handle it on your own. However, these crimes can still include jail time as consequences. Enlisting the help of an attorney is a great way to get the favorable outcome you are looking for. While this may not be guaranteed, you can increase your chances drastically with a lawyer by your side.
Losing your job can be very stressful, but being forced out of your job is an illegal act. If you have been forced to leave your job, or fired without proper notice, then you may have a case for wrongful termination. In order to make such a claim, you need an experienced lawyer by your side. Rosales Law Firm has helped El Paso residents get what they deserve in court for years. We can help you get the justice you deserve too.
Facing discrimination in the workplace is an awful experience on so many levels. From trying to prove your grounds to fighting your case, it can feel like an uphill battle. The best thing you can do for yourself and future employees is turn to a discrimination lawyer. A lawyer will help you understand your rights, provide excellent representation, and help you prove your case. We have a few FAQs listed here to help you understand more about filing a discrimination case.
The Texas Department of Transportation reports that somebody dies or receives injury in an alcohol-related crash every 20 minutes statewide. In light of this, it may not come as a surprise that the state of Texas is strict when it comes to addressing alcohol-related driving offenses.
As a service member of the U.S. military in Texas, who also happens to be a parent, you likely already understand how challenging it can be to juggle your military duties with your obligations and responsibilities at home. Nowadays, it's not uncommon for the same units to deploy two or more times, meaning you could wind up being separated from your children for a very long time on active duty.
While you may not be familiar with the phrase "designer drug," you've probably heard of drugs like ecstasy and rohypnol-both of which are common examples of designer drugs. Essentially, a designer drug has similar chemical and physical qualities to another controlled substance and is designed to mimic the effects of that controlled substance. A big factor that differentiates designer drugs from other drugs like marijuana is that, because of their similarity to common pharmaceuticals, they aren't often detected during drug testing.
Many divorced couples in Texas have children who are still minors or in other ways still qualify for financial support from their parents. The sad truth of the matter is, though, many of them do not receive the funds they need. The support-paying parent either can't afford to pay or simply refuses to. If you are a custodial parent who is not receiving your court-ordered child support, you can do something about it.
Domestic violence doesn't always take place between two spouses. The law defines domestic violence as disputes between any family members or two people in a relationship. Whatever the case may be, the common misconceptions happen all too often. Many times people shake their heads and ask, why didn't she/he just leave? The truth of the matter is, when violence in the home or relationship takes place the abuser is often not mentally stable, is manipulative, or both. Getting up and leaving, if not done with the proper planning and help, can make the situation much more dangerous, if not deadly. However, often times domestic violence charges can be handed out inaccurately, which can lead to a whole host of problems for the accused.
Young people sometimes act recklessly, making decisions that could lead to legal trouble and other consequences. One of these mistakes could include drinking and driving. While underage drinking and driving is a mistake and a crime, it is not a decision that has to define the rest of your life.