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What Happens If I Jump Bail?

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After a Texas arrest, you may have the option of posting bail. The money you are handing over is not a fine for your offense, it is a sort of agreement. There are specific terms that need to be followed if you agree to a pretrial release, the main one being that you will… Read More »

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Long-Term Impacts Of TX DWI Convictions

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Being charged with a DWI can be overwhelming and stressful. Your mind may be spinning, unsure what to do next. But one of the first things you can do to protect yourself is to talk to an aggressive Texas criminal defense lawyer as soon as possible. Whether you are an adult who was arrested… Read More »

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Defenses For Texas Protective Order Violations

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Protective orders are direct orders from a Texas judge, violating these orders can lead to serious consequences. Texas protective order violations are misdemeanor charges, if it is a first offense. Law enforcement can move through the arrest process without the need for a warrant if there is probable cause that you violated a restraining… Read More »

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Texas Synthetic Drug Arrests

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Charges are possible when individuals illegally possess prescription medications or synthetic drugs. Sometimes referred to as designer drugs, synthetic drugs are made with chemicals and are designed to mimic effects and properties of other drugs. In the state of Texas, it is a crime to deliver, manufacture, or possess synthetic drugs. These substances can… Read More »

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Building A Defense For Texas Fraud

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Criminal charges are not always connected to the stereotypes of a stranger in black committing a crime in the middle of the night. There are situations in which a person finds themselves arrested for fraud in connection with white collar crimes. Anyone facing Texas fraud charges needs to speak with an experienced Houston criminal… Read More »

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Things To Know About Texas DWIs

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The abbreviation DWI refers to driving while intoxicated, it is a criminal charge. This type of arrest is possible in the state of Texas if you are in control of a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol beverages or controlled substances. Conversationally called drunk driving, it is important to note that your blood… Read More »

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Different Types Of TX Probation

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In the field of criminal law, the term probation is used to describe a court ordered period of time that an individual is supervised. While you may be interested in receiving a plea agreement, forgoing jail time, and receiving probation instead, it is important to know that not all options are the same. Probations… Read More »

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Is An Assault Charge The Same As A Battery Charge?

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While it is common for people to be accused of assault and battery, there are differences between the two individual charges in many states. When an individual is threatened with injury, it is often referred to as assault, but when a person is actually physically harmed, it is often called battery. But there are… Read More »

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No Refusal And Texas DWIs

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If you live in Texas, you may have heard of no refusal initiatives. Essentially, these are periods of time when law enforcement steps up their goal of stopping individuals suspected of driving while intoxicated. Often no refusal periods are connected to holidays when drunk driving is known to increase. For example, many police departments… Read More »

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Commercial Vehicle Alcohol Limits

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All Texas drivers create serious risks to themselves and others if they are under the influence of drugs or intoxicated from alcohol. To keep everyone on roads and highways safe, there are laws in place to get drunk drivers off the roads. This includes huge commercial trucks, such as tractor-trailers that are heavy and… Read More »

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