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Firearm Incident Injures Many

Daniel LoboHouston authorities have filed charges in connection with a deadly house party shooting last year in Houston that ended in 2 deaths and 20 others with related injuries.

The Harris County Sheriff’s Office announced last week that charges have been filed against Randy Stewart, 18, of tampering with evidence. Stewart has already been charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. Also charged with evidence tampering is Randy’s 20year-old brother, Marvin Stewart.

The brothers have been accused of concealing the gun that was apparently used in the shootings on November 9th of 2013 at a birthday party that hosted more than 100 people including those with gang affiliations. In spite of an extensive search by law enforcement authorities, no weapon in connection with the shooting ever turned up.

The Harris County Sheriff’s office stated that the incident remains under investigation and there may be others who are charged in the case.

Being in a firearm accident does not just happen. Someone has to pull the trigger. Even if a shooting is an accident, someone has to be held accountable for when things go wrong. Incidents involving firearms happen every day causing injuries and deaths to the victims. National statistics bear out that of those who are shot in incidents involving firearms leaving some injured and others killed.

No matter how it happened, we are here to help you and your loved ones. We will match you with an attorney who will take the time to listen to the details of your case and give you several legal options to pursue in order to see that you are compensated and those who are responsible are held accountable. We have years of experience in the Houston area courts and are committed to getting our clients just compensation for their accident. Your initial consultation is both confidential and free.

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