Blog Posts in November, 2010

  • Harry Potter and the Judge's Chamber

    || 19-Nov-2010

    Watch the Clip Here. As the new Harry Potter movie comes out this week, analyzing a past Harry Potter movie seems fitting. This clip, taken from Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, shows many potential crimes. We will assume they were all committed in Texas in the normal "muggle" realm. Uncle Vernon or Harry may be guilty of the crime of cruelty to animals. Under V.T.C.A., Health ...
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  • Y'all Think You Can Catch Me Now?

    || 12-Nov-2010

    Watch the Clip Here. Where am I to begin when it comes to the Dukes? First of all, there is no seat belt wearing in this clip. And for one of the more minor crimes they are guilty of, they are certainly guilty of not wearing a safety belt under Texas Penal Code § 545.413. A person has committed a misdemeanor punishable by a $25 to $50 fine when a person that is (1) at least 15 years of age is ...
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  • One Hit Could Ruin Your Whole Day

    || 5-Nov-2010

    Watch the Clip Here. The movie, Pineapple Express, is centered around and full of illegal activities. Let us look at those crimes under Texas law. Since this movie is so named for marijuana, let us address that first. Under the Texas Health and Safety Code§ 481.121 a person has committed the offense of possession of marijuana when they knowingly or intentionally possess a usable quantity of ...
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