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May 2019 Archives

Texas man sentenced to 20 years on drug charges

A 41-year-old Texas man was sentenced to 20 years in a federal prison on May 17 on drug trafficking and money laundering charges. The man was found guilty by a jury in December 2018. U.S. attorneys convinced the jury that the man was the financier of a drug distribution network and laundered the group's money through his luxury and exotic car dealerships in Houston.

Texas authorities take 25 into custody on drug charges

On May 21, Texas authorities organized a massive raid that hit several places in the state, including San Antonio, McAllen, Corpus Christi and Austin. According to reports, the authorities were targeting at least 30 alleged members involved in a drug-trafficking ring. It was also believed that some of these individuals were involved with the Tango Orejon gang.

What happens if I consent to a search in Texas?

Dealing with a police encounter is stressful. However, you could easily exacerbate things and make them harder on yourself if you don't understand your rights as a resident of Texas. People often make mistakes due to misinformation or nervousness during encounters with law enforcement that can later have serious repercussions.

Texas jury convicts man on drug and weapons charges

Federal prosecutors in Texas have reported that a 44-year-old Illinois man was convicted on drug trafficking and weapons charges on April 29 after a four-day trial. The Chicago native could be sent to prison for life when he is sentenced. His sentencing hearing will be scheduled once the U.S. Probation Office has completed a presentence investigation. Another individual who was taken into custody with the man in September 2017 was sentenced to 94 months in a federal prison on drug possession charges after entering into a plea agreement with U.S. attorneys.

Michael Avenatti vows to fight embezzlement charges in court

Texas residents who watch the news likely became familiar with Michael Avenatti in March 2018 when he filed a lawsuit against President Trump over his alleged affair with Stormy Daniels. The forceful litigator quickly became a household name and was even said to be mulling a run for the White House of his own, but those days may have seemed like a long time ago on April 29 when Avenatti appeared in a federal court in Los Angeles charged with multiple counts of embezzlement, bank fraud and wire fraud.

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