How to Get a DWI Bail Bond if You’re Arrested in San Antonio for Drunk Driving

Bexar County DWI bail bond

Even if you’re a San Antonio police officer arrested for driving while intoxicated, you’re going to need DWI bail bond. Officer Rodney Tubergen, was arrested for DWI at 3 a.m. on June 11, 2018. The arrest has the 27 year veteran of the SAPD on administrative leave pending a criminal investigation. It’s a rare occurrence, but even a police officers … Read More

Terroristic Threats Made by Three Texas Students in One Week

Texas Laws Regarding Terrorist Threats in Sequin, TX

Last week 3 teenagers in Sequin, TX were arrested for making “terroristic threats”. A 13 year-old, 14 year-old, and 15 year-old, all made threats separately that included bombing a school, police station, and threatening a school shooting. Considering the world we currently live in, these are not threats to be taken lightly and police will have to arrest the person … Read More

List of Class B Misdemeanors in Texas

Class B Misdemeanors in Texas

A Class B misdemeanor is detailed in Texas Penal Code § 12.22 and is a serious crime that can follow you the rest of your life. Convictions of a Class B misdemeanor is punishable by a maximum of 180 days in county jail, and / or a $2,000 fine. Examples of Class B misdemeanors in Texas include: Child enticement Criminal trespass DWI (Driving … Read More

Texas Gun Owner Responsibility Laws Require Protections for Children

Texas gun owner responsibility laws require adult to keep guns out of the hands of children

Texas is often celebrated as one of the most Second Amendment friendly states with gun laws in Texas allowing concealed carry and open carry, but Texas gun owner responsibility laws require you to take reasonable steps to keep guns out of the hands of children under 17 years of age. In response to the Sante Fe school shooting, Lt. Governor Dan … Read More

San Antonio Bondsman Warns Against Trying Credit Card Skimmers

San Antonio Bondsman Cautions Against Credit Card Skimmers

San Antonio police have ramped up efforts to find credit card skimmers at area gas stations. This is a big problem nationwide and is charged as credit card fraud in Texas. San Antonio Bondsman John McRae cautions those who are looking to make a quick buck from using credit card skimmers. It’s very easy to get caught. If you do, … Read More