Media

"End of Watch: The Kevin Will Story"

October 7, 2014

Documentary about a Houston Police Officer killed by a drunk driver and the impact of the loss to the department, family and everyone involved in the case.

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“Chronicles of a Teen Killer” Documentary

May 25, 2011

This production is an in-depth, gritty documentary about the impact of Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) on society. A team of high school students from all over the Houston area was assembled by Texas Pictures to help create this powerful, graphic documentary that targets teens as the audience. The production team was given rare behind-the-scenes access to DWI enforcement, prisoner arrests and processing, DWI crash scenes, emergency rooms, courtrooms and other locations to develop the content of this documentary. The team of teens was involved in every stage of the production process to ensure the finished work effectively communicates to an audience of their peers.

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“Crash Reports”

February 3, 2010

Unlike many other areas of criminal law, Evans says, car crashes do not lend themselves to “bright-line rules.” “Because you can always come up with an exception to that rule,” she says. “I don’t think you can say, ‘You must have this number of acts of negligence,’ or ‘This number of miles over the speed limit is the bright-line rule.’ This sort of case just doesn’t lend itself to that. That’s why the judgment decision of the people making those charging decisions is so important — because you are protecting both the rights of the victims and their families, but you are also doing justice by the potential suspects in the case as well.”

Read this article at houstonpress.com.