Recent Posts in Traffic Offense Category

  • Everybody Get Footloose

    || 12-Jan-2011

    Footloose is a classic movie with a very catchy song. Under Texas Law, it also has a few criminal actions. Standing between two moving cars on a highway is undoubtedly unsafe and probably constitutes reckless driving. A person commits the offense of reckless driving if they drive a vehicle in a willful or wanton disregard for the safety of persons or property under TRC § 545.401. An offense ...
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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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  • Leave the Gun, Take the Cannoli

    || 15-Oct-2010

    Watch The Clip Here The Godfather has got to be one of my favorite movies. While there are too many crimes to count in the Godfather movies, there are many you may not think of. For example, in this particular clip they may be guilty of failing to wear safety belts, murder, criminal conspiracy to commit murder, disorderly conduct, theft, and criminal conspiracy to commit theft. I know these scenes ...
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