Recent Posts in Drug Crimes Category

  • On Sunday, May 19th, firefighters responded to a fire at a home in Springtown, Texas. After putting out the fire, which reportedly began in an outdoor burn barrel in the back yard, and quickly spread to the yard, a storage barn and then the house itself, firefighters went inside the home to ensure there were no remaining hot spots. What they found in the home was a full-scale marijuana operation. ...
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  • Walking The Line

    || 17-Dec-2010

    While we all know Johnny Cash had a few crimes under his belt, this movie clip from Walk the Line only shows a couple of criminal actions. What would rock and roll be without the drugs and alcohol? Oh- and a criminal record. There is an insinuation of Johnny's rough childhood in this clip. A person commits an offense of injury to a child if he intentionally, knowingly, recklessly, or with ...
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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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