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Why You Should Never Talk to the Police, Ever
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June 2021
Anytime that you are detained by police, regardless of the matter, it is ideal to be careful about what you say. Never talk to the police, Ever! Law enforcement is not your friend, they are not always there to protect and serve as their oath says. When you are detained and taken to jail for.
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Are Lawyers the Only Winners in a Big Custody Battle?
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June 2021
When it comes to custody battles, most couples fear the proceedings. This is not because they have to miss time from work or because of the costs of attorney’s fees; it is the stress and the toll it takes on the children as a whole. Child custody hearings do not have to be drawn out.
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Flying High: Do Marijuana Offenses Generally Fare Better Than DWI’s? (Marijuana vs DWI)
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June 2021
In 2007, the Texas legislature passed sweeping legislation that essentially made sure that a DWI conviction will stick on your record until you die, due largely in part to a very strong Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) lobby in Austin. As a result, DWI’s are becoming more expensive than ever, taking up the vast majority.
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Why Domestic Violence Will Become the New ‘DWI’ in 2015
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June 2021
The subject of domestic violence appears too often in news headlines. It occurs every minute of every day in the United States. Now, there are several types of domestic abuse stemming from verbal to physical. Many states, including Texas, are putting measures in place to stiffen penalties for offenders. A lot of attention has been.
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Texas Minor Alcohol Possession Laws
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June 2021
Texas law prohibits minors from buying, possessing, or consuming alcohol, as well as, providing false information for the purpose of alcohol sales or consumption (Texas Statute and Code Sections 106.02(a), 106.04(a), 106.05(a), &106.07(a).) The crime is a Class C misdemeanor and punishable by fine only (maximum $500.00 dollars). Exceptions to this are if the minor.
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How a Shrinking 4th Amendment Affects People Facing Crimes in Fort Bend County
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June 2021
The Supreme Court decided two Fourth Amendment cases this week that diminish our freedom from police searches, specifically in Fort Bend County criminal cases. The Fourth Amendment says: “The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants.
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Sugar Land DWI Lawyer Explains Criminal Defense for a DWI
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May 2021
Those looking for a Sugar Land DWI lawyer or a criminal lawyer in support of their first offense DWI criminal case should understand the culture of the Fort Bend County courts. It should go without saying that Texas is not a state that is lenient on crime, and the courts are particular in how a.
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Illegal Firearm and Knife Possession in Houston
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June 2021
Texas is a proud 2nd Amendment state, but with that pride comes the responsibility of appropriate and legal gun ownership. It is perhaps because of the reputation Texas has in the gun community that it is so hard on offenses that involve firearms or other weapons. If your gun ownership rights have been restricted by.
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