Attorney Busy Defending North Texans Caught With THC-Laced Edibles From Other States“I’ve always kind of felt like maybe it’s not exactly fair to treat THC oil or infused edibles the same as if you had a brick of cocaine or heroin or methamphetamine," said attorney Jeff Hampton.
Tarrant County DA's Office Warns About Bringing THC-Infused Edibles Back From Other StatesIn Texas, they're not legal and Tarrant County DA Sharen Wilson says it can be like getting caught with crack cocaine or heroin.
Paperwork Issue Delays "Affluenza" Teen Probation Hearing For 1 MonthThe “affluenza” teen saga returned to a North Texas courtroom this morning. Ethan Couch may still not be in the U.S. but his case was scheduled to be heard by a Fort Worth judge.
Tons Of Tips Coming In On Missing CouchA limited edition, Harley Davidson F150 pickup, Texas license plate BC50945, is owned by Ethan's mother Tonya Couch. She's been added to a national police data base notifying officers she is a missing person.