A previous post on this blog talked about what a Texas prosecutor must prove in order to convict a Killeen or Fort Hood resident of intoxicated manslaughter.
You already know that it can be a pain simply to exist as a left-handed person in a right-handed world. Writing with a pencil is messy and awkward, and forget using many of the tools and appliances that right-handed people take for granted. You and other Texas lefties might not think that your dominant hand makes a difference when you drive. However, there have been some recent studies that may suggest otherwise.
The annual Do You See Me Now Motorcycle Ride, which has been taking place annually for the past 7 years, brought 500 motorcyclists to the Killeen community recently.
No resident of the Killeen and Fort Hood areas wants to have to be deal with a drunk driving charge, even if it is a first-time offense. However, the matter is made all the worse if the person accused was also involved in a fatal accident. In such cases, in addition to a DUI/DWI charge, a person can also face a charge of intoxicated manslaughter.
Although residents of Killeen and Fort Hood might not realize it, the Social Security Administration actually has two programs under which it awards disability benefits, each of which works slightly differently from the other.