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Month: July 2014

A Switchblade Story, Part II

  On September 1, 2013, switchblades became legal to possess in Texas.   House Bill 1862 repealed that provision of the Texas Penal Code that

A Switchblade Story, Part I

How James Dean and Broadway Frightened America   ‘”Switchblade knife’ means any knife that has a blade that folds, closes, or retracts into the handle

Murder By Death

In 1996, Richard E. Nisbett and Dov Cohen published a short book, in which they attempted to explain why violent crime (specifically homicide) was more

Is On-Line Impersonation An Offense?

Beginning around 1985, Texas lawmakers sought to address “computer crimes.” Today, Chapter 33 of the Texas Penal Code (aka, our laws) covers “Computer Crimes.” Early

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