(a) A person commits an offense if:(1) the person intentionally directs a light from a laser pointer or other light source at an aircraft; and(2) the light has an intensity sufficient to impair the operator's ability to control the aircraft.(b) It is an affirmative defense to prosecution under this section that the actor was using the light to send an emergency distress signal.(c) An offense under this section is a Class C misdemeanor unless the intensity of the light impairs the operator's ability to control the aircraft, in which event the offense is a Class A misdemeanor.(d) If conduct that constitutes an offense under this section also constitutes an offense under any other law, the actor may be prosecuted under this section or the other law.(e) In this section, "laser pointer" has the meaning assigned by Section 42.13. The Royals placed reliever Neftali Feliz (right ulnar nerve palsy) on the 10-day disabled list Saturday and recalled left-hander Eric Skoglund from Triple-A Omaha to take his spot on the Major League roster. Went 4-2 with a 3.52 ERA and 2 saves in 62 relief appearances... Signed as a free agent with Milwaukee on 1/19/17Began season with Texas and recorded a save in his first appearance on 4/7 at Oakland... Recorded saves in three consecutive outings from 5/4-10...Opening the Conversation and Flirting Texting Before and After Dates Knowing Your Dos and Don'ts Flirting Help Community Q&A Text messaging is a great way to flirt with your guy.Flirt texting can be done with someone you are just getting to know, a guy you are developing a relationship with, or a long-term partner to add some fun to your relationship. (a) In this section:(1) "Facility" means a building at which any portion of a funeral service takes place, including a funeral parlor, mortuary, private home, or established place of worship.(2) "Funeral service" means a ceremony, procession, or memorial service, including a wake or viewing, held in connection with the burial or cremation of the dead.(3) "Picketing" means:(A) standing, sitting, or repeated walking, riding, driving, or other similar action by a person displaying or carrying a banner, placard, or sign;(B) engaging in loud singing, chanting, whistling, or yelling, with or without noise amplification through a device such as a bullhorn or microphone; or(C) blocking access to a facility or cemetery being used for a funeral service.(b) A person commits an offense if, during the period beginning three hours before the service begins and ending three hours after the service is completed, the person engages in picketing within 1,000 feet of a facility or cemetery being used for a funeral service.(c) An offense under this section is a Class B misdemeanor. (a) A person commits an offense if he knowingly initiates, communicates or circulates a report of a present, past, or future bombing, fire, offense, or other emergency that he knows is false or baseless and that would ordinarily:(1) cause action by an official or volunteer agency organized to deal with emergencies;(2) place a person in fear of imminent serious bodily injury; or(3) prevent or interrupt the occupation of a building, room, place of assembly, place to which the public has access, or aircraft, automobile, or other mode of conveyance.(b) An offense under this section is a Class A misdemeanor unless the false report is of an emergency involving a public or private institution of higher education or involving a public primary or secondary school, public communications, public transportation, public water, gas, or power supply or other public service, in which event the offense is a state jail felony. (a) A person commits an offense if the person recklessly discharges a firearm inside the corporate limits of a municipality having a population of 100,000 or more.(b) An offense under this section is a Class A misdemeanor.(c) If conduct constituting an offense under this section also constitutes an offense under another section of this code, the person may be prosecuted under either section.(d) Subsection (a) does not affect the authority of a municipality to enact an ordinance which prohibits the discharge of a firearm. (a) A person commits an offense if the person knowingly directs a light from a laser pointer at a uniformed safety officer, including a peace officer, security guard, firefighter, emergency medical service worker, or other uniformed municipal, state, or federal officer.(b) In this section, "laser pointer" means a device that emits a visible light amplified by the stimulated emission of radiation.(c) An offense under this section is a Class C misdemeanor.
Went 3-4 with 10 saves (17 opportunities) and a 6.28 ERA (48.0ip/34er) in 48 games between Texas and Detroit. (a) A person commits an offense if, without legal privilege or authority, he intentionally, knowingly, or recklessly:(1) obstructs a highway, street, sidewalk, railway, waterway, elevator, aisle, hallway, entrance, or exit to which the public or a substantial group of the public has access, or any other place used for the passage of persons, vehicles, or conveyances, regardless of the means of creating the obstruction and whether the obstruction arises from his acts alone or from his acts and the acts of others; or(2) disobeys a reasonable request or order to move issued by a person the actor knows to be or is informed is a peace officer, a fireman, or a person with authority to control the use of the premises:(A) to prevent obstruction of a highway or any of those areas mentioned in Subdivision (1); or(B) to maintain public safety by dispersing those gathered in dangerous proximity to a fire, riot, or other hazard.(b) For purposes of this section, "obstruct" means to render impassable or to render passage unreasonably inconvenient or hazardous.(c) An offense under this section is a Class B misdemeanor. (a) If conduct that would otherwise violate Section 42.01(a)(5) (Unreasonable Noise), 42.03 (Obstructing Passageway), or 42.055 (Funeral Service Disruptions) consists of speech or other communication, of gathering with others to hear or observe such speech or communication, or of gathering with others to picket or otherwise express in a nonviolent manner a position on social, economic, political, or religious questions, the actor must be ordered to move, disperse, or otherwise remedy the violation prior to his arrest if he has not yet intentionally harmed the interests of others which those sections seek to protect.(b) The order required by this section may be given by a peace officer, a fireman, a person with authority to control the use of the premises, or any person directly affected by the violation.(c) It is a defense to prosecution under Section 42.01(a)(5), 42.03, or 42.055:(1) that in circumstances in which this section requires an order no order was given;(2) that an order, if given, was manifestly unreasonable in scope; or(3) that an order, if given, was promptly obeyed. (a) A person commits an offense if the person intentionally or knowingly:(1) causes a dog to fight with another dog;(2) participates in the earnings of or operates a facility used for dog fighting;(3) uses or permits another to use any real estate, building, room, tent, arena, or other property for dog fighting;(4) owns or possesses dog-fighting equipment with the intent that the equipment be used to train a dog for dog fighting or in furtherance of dog fighting;(5) owns or trains a dog with the intent that the dog be used in an exhibition of dog fighting; or(6) attends as a spectator an exhibition of dog fighting.(b) In this section:(1) "Dog fighting" means any situation in which one dog attacks or fights with another dog.(2) "Dog-fighting equipment" has the meaning assigned by Article 18.18(g), Code of Criminal Procedure.(c) A conviction under Subsection (a)(2) or (3) may be had upon the uncorroborated testimony of a party to the offense.(d) It is a defense to prosecution under Subsection (a)(1) that the actor caused a dog to fight with another dog to protect livestock, other property, or a person from the other dog, and for no other purpose.(e) An offense under Subsection (a)(4), (5), or (6) is a Class A misdemeanor. An offense under Subsection (b)(6) is a Class C misdemeanor, except that the offense is a Class A misdemeanor if it is shown on the trial of the offense that the person has been previously convicted of an offense under that subdivision.