List of Class B Misdemeanors in Texas

List of 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...
San Antonio Bondsman Warns Against Trying Credit Card Skimmers

San Antonio Bondsman Warns Against Trying 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...
List of Class A Misdemeanors in Texas

List of Class A Misdemeanors in Texas

Class A misdemeanors in Texas are the most serious kind of misdemeanor offenses.  If you are convicted of a Class A misdemeanor, you can be put in county jail for up to one year,  get fined up to $4000, be required to form community service and probably be put on...
When Can a San Antonio Judge Revoke Bond?

When Can a San Antonio Judge Revoke Bond?

Can a judge revoke bond? Even Bill Cosby was in danger of having his bond revoked when he was convicted on April 26th on three counts of sexual assault. Cosby is out of jail on a $1 million bail that he posted in December 2015. He is now awaiting sentencing, but...
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