Los Angeles authorities recently arrested well-known Disney Channel actress Debby Ryan after she was caught driving a vehicle while under the influence (DUI), an April 13 article of Huffpost Entertainment stated.
The 22-year-old actress, whose real name is Deborah Ann Ryan, was initially charged with a felony DUI after she struck a vehicle. A person, whose name was withheld, claimed of suffering injuries from the said incident. Ryan reportedly had a .11 blood alcohol content (BAC) and authorities later considered her offense as a misdemeanor. The “Jessie” sitcom star was later discharged from custody after posting a $100,000 bail.
Unfortunately, a small mistake can equate to grave consequences when it involves a DUI charge. If you are in such a situation, enlisting a skilled defense lawyer is essential to make sure that all of your rights as a citizen are protected. Find out how a lawyer of the Kyle Sampson, Attorney at Law in Houston may represent you today by calling (713) 337-1420.
Due to drug and weapon-related charges, Las Vegas police recently arrested TV personality Austin Russel, a.k.a. “Chumlee”, a KTLA 5 article reported on March 10.
Bearing a search warrant, authorities on March 9 investigated the 33-year-old “Pawn Stars” TV personality for sexual assault. Investigating authorities later discovered Russel had firearms and illegal drugs in his home. Officer Larry Hadfield stated that illegal drugs like marijuana and methamphetamine were recovered from Russel. Though Russel was not charged with sexual assault, other charges were filed against him. Though authorities are still investigating Russel for sexual assault, he was later booked at the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department.
Facing investigation or arrest due to a drug or weapon charge is a frightening experience, especially if you are unaware of your basic rights as a citizen. If you are in such a situation, working with a skilled lawyer is critical to possibly reduce or even acquit you of your charges. Get in touch with Kyle Sampson, Attorney at Law, today by calling (713) 337-1420 to learn more about your legal defense.
A notorious gang member who was listed on the “10 most wanted fugitives” list in Texas was recently arrested by authorities in the Houston area, according to an article from click2houston.com.
Reports state that 29-year-old Gilberto Ruvalcaba was arrested by personnel from the DPS Criminal Investigations Division Special Agents, and the U.S. Marshalls Service Gulf Coast Violent Offender Task Force. Ruvalcaba reportedly was wanted for violating his parole. Investigations revealed that Ruvalcaba was believed to be staying in a house near Houston. A $7,500 reward was offered by the Texas DOT to capture Ruvalcaba however, the reward was not given to anyone as no one provided them additional information. Ruvalcaba, who was convicted of aggravated robbery armed with a deadly weapon in 2011, was listed last year in Houston’s “most wanted gang members.” Authorities from the Texas Highway Patrol also provided assistance to arresting officers.
Being charged with any criminal offense can have extensive, long-term effects on your life, and working with a skilled lawyer is important to protecting your civil rights and your freedom. For the help and representation you need, contact Kyle Sampson, Attorney at Law, by calling (713) 337-1420.
Authorities of the Harris County Sheriff’s Department recently arrested a doctor after he was suspected of committing multiple felonies involving children, a January 13 article of KFYO reported.
Reports said that Doctor Ricky Haywood-Watson II was arrested on January 8 due to suspicion that he sexually assaulted at least four children between the ages of four and ten. At least four sexual-related charges were filed against the doctor. Following Haywood-Watson’s arrest, the Texas Medical Board made the decision to suspend his license for the time being on January 12. Further action may be taken depending on the investigators’ findings. A bail of $400,000 was imposed on Haywood-Watson, and he has been placed on administrative leave until the investigation is concluded.
If you have been arrested and are facing criminal charges, such as those related to sexual assault, you may find your personal and professional life at risk. That’s why it will be imperative that you contact an experienced criminal defense attorney as soon as possible. If you are facing criminal charges of any kind, contact Kyle Sampson, Attorney at Law, by calling (713) 337-1420 today.
Sexual assault charges were recently filed against well-known American comedian Bill Cosby in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, according to a number of news sources.
Reports said at least three counts of indecent assault charges were filed against the 78-year-old comedian at a courthouse in Elkins Park. The charges allege that Cosby intentionally drugged or intoxicated a woman before sexually assaulting her nearly twelve years ago. The bail was set at $1 million and Cosby has been required to pay ten percent of the amount, which he has already done. Dozens of women have recently surfaced with stories and accusations that they were sexually assaulted by Cosby. An initial court hearing was set for Cosby on January 14.
Kyle Sampson, Attorney at Law, understands how severely a sexual assault charge can impact every aspect of your life. If you are facing serious criminal charges, call our team right away at (713) 337-1420 to let us begin helping you build your defense.
Former “Drake & Josh” star Drake Bell was recently arrested in Glendale, California after authorities suspected him of operating a vehicle while under the influence of intoxicants (DUI), a December 22 article of NBC News reported.
Reports said the 29-year-old star was apprehended on December 21 after Glendale police noticed him driving at a high rate of speed while swerving in and out of his lane. After being stopped, authorities noted that Bell smelled of alcohol and, according to police spokesperson Tahnee Lightfoot, Bell failed a field sobriety test. The actor was discharged from custody on the same day of his arrest, and neither he nor his representatives issued a statement about the charges.
Kyle Sampson, Attorney at Law, represents people in Houston who have been arrested while driving under the influence. If you are facing serious criminal charges such as these, our legal team may be able to help you through the legal process while protecting your rights. Call us at (713) 337-1420 today to speak to an attorney about your situation.
Major League Baseball player Aroldis Chapman was recently accused of attacking his live-in partner while in their Davie, Florida residence. Authorities from Davie Police were notified of a “domestic disturbance” at the house of Chapman and his 22-year-old girlfriend. No arrests were made as the reports given by those involved conflicted and not enough evidence was present.
Chapman’s girlfriend told police that he physically assaulted her during an argument the two were having over something she found on his cell phone. The Cincinnati Reds player differed in his recounting of the incident, as he told officers that he only poked the woman’s shoulder with two fingers. MLB investigators are exploring the circumstances of the situation further in an effort to determine exactly what happened.
If you have been wrongfully accused of a heinous act such as domestic violence, you may be facing a number of undue consequences. Bearing this in mind, it will be crucial for you to contact a criminal defense attorney as soon as possible. To get in touch with Kyle Sampson, Attorney at Law, call (713) 337-1420 today.
Well-known actor Michael Weatherly is facing a drunk driving (DUI) charge after he was arrested in Hollywood early in November. According to reports, the 47-year-old NCIS actor was stopped in Hollywood after authorities noticed him driving well over the speed limit. Authorities later found out Weatherly’s blood alcohol level exceeded the allowable limit. Two DUI charges were later filed against the actor, who stayed in the prison for nearly fifteen hours. Although jail time is unlikely as this is his first offense, Weatherly may face up to six months of imprisonment if found guilty of the charges filed against him.
If you are facing criminal charges such as drunk driving in Houston, Kyle Sampson, Attorney at Law, is prepared to fight for your rights as you deal with this criminal case. Our team understands how frightening your situation can be, and we offer experienced legal counsel to clients facing a number of criminal charges. To learn more, call (713) 337-1420 today.
Two Texas deputies were arrested within two days of each other due to unrelated incidents of sexual assault. The first arrest of Sergeant Ryan Raymond occurred on Saturday, November 14 in Jims Well County. The second officer, Deputy Matthew Adams, was arrested in Bexas County on Monday, November 16. Both officers were released on bail.
According to reports, Raymond faces charges of violating civil rights of a person in custody after he allegedly sexually assaulted a female inmate in her cell. During the investigation, Raymond admitted to the crime after video footage showed him entering the victim’s cell alone, an act that goes against policy.
Adams, on the other hand, reportedly faces charges of aggravated sexual assault of a child after news broke of a sexual relationship between the deputy and a 15-year-old girl. The victim told officers the relationship began when she was just 13. Adams is the fourteenth officer in Bexar County to face criminal charges this year. Adams also admitted to the crime when questioned.
Two individuals were arrested in Abilene, Texas on November 2nd and are being held on charges of first degree aggravated identity theft after illegally keeping personal information belonging to random victims.
According to reports, Jessie Houston, 30, and Herome Henderson, 49, were both arrested by Abilene Police near the intersection of La Salle Drive and 10th Street. The two were arrested after police suspected them of illegally obtaining personal identification belonging to at least 50 people.
It is still unclear whether or not the two have engaged in act of fraud with the stolen information. Police have confirmed that the arrests of Houston and Henderson are unrelated to an incident in which an ATM was robbed and money and personal information was stolen from hundreds of victims.
Facing white collar crime-related charges, such as identity theft, in the U.S. can be a frightening thing that may result in severe penalties. This is why it will be imperative that you seek an experienced legal defense attorney as soon as possible to help you protect yourself throughout your case. To discuss your situation with Kyle Sampson, Attorney at Law, call (713) 337-1420 today.