What is Texas law regarding brother and sister share a room maximum age limit?
There is no law that says a brother of a certain age can not share a room with his sister.
It is illegal to marry your first cousin in Texas. See Example 4 - Texas Family Code section 6.201 - Consanguinity, which specifies which relatives are not allowed to marry. A marriage is void if one party to the marriage is related to the other as: (1) an ancestor or descendant, by blood or adoption; (2) a brother or sister, of the whole or half blood or by adoption; (3) a parent's brother or sister…
It depends why your sister in law taped your brother. If she is trying to get grounds for divorce then a tape recording is generally not admissible in a court of law. If a crime was committed and say your brother admitted to that crime it may still not be admissible in a court of law, but some judges may listen to the tape and deem whether it can be used in court as evidence.
Born John Royce Mathis on September 30, 1935 in Gilmer, Texas, Johnny Mathis is the fourth born child of seven children born to Clemmie Lamont Mathis, Sr. and Mildred Boyd Mathis. His eldest siblings are a sister Marguerite, brother Clem, Jr. (now deceased), and sister Elizabeth. After Johnny Mathis' birth his parents had three more children which are Mathis' youngest siblings: brother Ralph, sister Linda, and brother Michael.