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Texas Fraud Laws: Telemarketing Fraud

Texas Fraud Laws: Telemarketing Fraud

  • November 23, 2021
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Telemarketing can be an effective way for companies to advertise their products and services to customers. However, it can also be used for nefarious reasons that catch unsuspecting victims off-guard.  If you plan to use telemarketing as a means of…

New Texas Laws in 2021: What You Need to Know

New Texas Laws in 2021: What You Need to Know

  • October 15, 2021
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Texas recently enacted more than 600 new laws, many of which have caught the attention of the national media and voters across the country. These new laws have the potential to transform the lives of everyday Texans of all ages….

Texas Fraud Laws: Healthcare Fraud

Texas Fraud Laws: Healthcare Fraud

  • September 29, 2021
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Healthcare providers, insurers and medical organizations are held to high ethical standards when they treat patients and interact with insurers. They are expected to be honest and avoid committing fraud. Despite this high standard, incidences of healthcare fraud continue to…

Texas Fraud Laws: Bankruptcy Fraud

Texas Fraud Laws: Bankruptcy Fraud

  • August 26, 2021
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When you find yourself in debt that you cannot pay off, you can file for bankruptcy to liquidate or reorganize much or all of it. While this legal move is designed to give you a fresh financial start, it can…

Texas Fraud Laws: All About Bank Fraud

Texas Fraud Laws: All About Bank Fraud

  • July 20, 2021
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When you work for a financial institution like a bank or credit union, you are expected to follow strict security measures. These measures are designed to prevent theft of funds and protect the security of customers who have accounts with…

How Federal Crimes are Processed

How Federal Crimes are Processed

  • June 23, 2021
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The federal government has its own set of powers that allow it to investigate and prosecute crimes. Crimes that qualify for prosecution at the federal level tend to be more serious than those committed at the state level. They also…

Is Blackmail Illegal in Texas?

Is Blackmail Illegal in Texas?

  • April 20, 2021
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Is blackmail illegal in Texas? The short answer is yes. Blackmail, also called extortion, is considered a form of theft. It’s not quite robbery, as there isn’t an immediate fear of physical injury for the victim. After all, the blackmailer…

What Is an Occupational Driver’s License?

What Is an Occupational Driver’s License?

  • March 19, 2021
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You need to be able to drive, yet you have a suspended license, possibly for a reason that has nothing to do with your driving record. What can you do to get back out on the road for necessary transportation…

What You Need to Know About Protective Orders in Texas

What You Need to Know About Protective Orders in Texas

  • January 18, 2021
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If you have been the victim of violence in Texas, there are options to legally protect yourself from your abuser. A protective order is an order from the court designed to protect you from further violence. Learn more about protective…

Penalties of Shoplifting in Texas

Penalties of Shoplifting in Texas

  • December 9, 2020
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Shoplifting in Texas is considered theft. Depending on the value of the merchandise stolen and the history of the accused shoplifter, the case can be tried as a felony. If you’re facing shoplifting charges, learn more about the consequences you…

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