Drunk Driver Hits Man in Austin, Charged With Intoxication Manslaughter

An Austin man is facing charges after he killed a man while reportedly driving drunk on Saturday. Police say 24-year-old Paul Garcia Jr. struck a pedestrian who was trying to cross the street with a shopping cart. The pedestrian, who was identified as 55-year-old Lee Martin Cagle, was hit so hard that his body went […]

Manslaughter Charges for Driver Who Was Trying to Splash Children in Vehicle

A woman whose car went out of control and killed a toddler while allegedly trying to splash some children faces a manslaughter charge, police said. Terri Elaine Perdew, 47, was arrested Sunday night after her car hydroplaned after it passed an intersection where several children were playing in a water-filled ditch in a neighborhood, said […]

Is The Impeachment of Donald Trump A Criminal Or Civil Trial ?

As I watch the unfolding of the trial known as “The Impeachment of Donald Trump” I can’t helping thinking that the general public may or may not know that the articles of impeachment are civil in nature although the actual ways that the President was impeached by the house was for “criminal” acts. As defined […]

Rapper Tekashi 6ix9nine Was Sentenced To 2 Years In Prison

Tekashi 6ix9ine, the flamboyant Brooklyn rapper who carried out a series of violent crimes before informing on his former gang associates, was sentenced to 2 years in prison on Wednesday. He had pleaded guilty to racketeering, firearms and drug trafficking charges related to several shootings and assaults around New York City. He was also sentenced […]

Flour Bluff Suspects Charged With Capital Murder In Nueces County

Two murder suspects in a weekend Flour Bluff shooting made their first court appearance Monday afternoon. Benjamin LeBleu, 29, and 27-year old Myles Dingman were formally charged with capital murder. Authorities still haven’t identified the three men found dead in a Flour Bluff-area home over the weekend. However, LeBleu and Dingman were arrested on Saturday. […]

Corpus Christi Federal Jury Finds Defendants Guilty of Human Smuggling

A federal jury has returned guilty verdicts against two Houston men for contract to transport an undocumented immigrant unlawfully. It took approximately 90 minutes for the jury to deliberated and convict Reuben Stafford, 47, and Reginald Lewis, 31. The jury heard that at approximately 9:15 a.m. on May 29, authorities at the Javier Vega Border […]