Blog Posts in February, 2013

  • Drunk Driving Law Student May Get Probation for Fatal DWI

    || 28-Feb-2013

    Four years ago, Chad William Schreiber ran over a motorcyclist while on his way home. The motorcyclist did not survive the incident and Schreiber was charged with intoxication manslaughter. On January 25, Schreiber pleaded no contest to misdemeanor driving while intoxicated, according to the San Antonio Express-News. Schreiber, who entered law school in 2009 and finished his studies after the ...
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  • Texas Teen's Capitol Murder Charge Sticks

    || 23-Feb-2013

    According to to a story by My San Antonio, states that Jacob Ryan Evans will indeed be charged with capital murder. Evans’ lawyers had previously asked that the capital murder charge be dropped to a lesser charge for the October murder of his mother and sister. The two choices for sentencing the defendant are either execution or life in prison without the option of parole. Under a June U.S. ...
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  • High-Profile Hit and Run Trial Begins in Texas

    || 16-Feb-2013

    The trial began recently for a young woman who died in a hit and run accident. On May 27 th, 2011, Courtney Griffin was walking on the streets of Austin late at night after going to some bars with friends. Unfortunately, the 30 year old nanny and vet technician never made it home. Hours after the car accident, Austin Police questioned legislative aide Gabrielle Nestande about the event at her ...
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  • Texas Woman On Death Row Given Slight Reprieve

    || 11-Feb-2013

    According to this article, Kimberly McCarthy, the first woman scheduled to be executed in the U.S. since 2010—has been given a few extra months. She was just hours away from being lethally injected when State District Judge Larry Mitchell rescheduled her execution for April 3. This delay will allow lawyers time to determine if McCarthy’s guilt was improperly selected based on race: ...
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