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4 Common Types Of White Collar Crimes In Texas

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When you think of crimes, you may first think of street crimes, including drug possession, illegal weapon possession, or assault. While these are all crimes that carry criminal consequences, there are also what are referred to as white collar crimes. Essentially, white collar crimes are crimes that are committed in a professional environment and… Read More »

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Penalties For Reckless Driving

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There are a range of penalties possible when a Texan faces a reckless driving charge. The arrest could involve multiple charges which can escalate the consequences as well. For example, while the reckless driving charge itself is a misdemeanor, the person could be facing felony charges depending on the situation. Solely for reckless driving,… Read More »

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3 Types Of Texas Domestic Violence Charges

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It is an unfortunate reality that many people in the United States will experience an act of domestic violence in their lifetimes. According to one report by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, 1 in 3 American women and 1 in 10 American men will experience domestic violence at least once. It is… Read More »

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A Probation Violation Could Lead To Jail Time

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After an arrest and conviction in the state of Texas, a penalty will follow. When appropriate, a person may be ordered to serve probation rather than serve time in jail, but the terms of the probation must be followed. An accusation of violating probation is serious. If you violate probation, it is possible a… Read More »

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What To Do When The Police Knock On Your Door

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If you are having a loud party and the police officer knocks on your door, you may not know what to do and feel nervous. This is also true if law enforcement is at your door and you are not having a party at all. When you have an encounter with police officers, it… Read More »

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Texas Law And Constitutional Carry

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Recently, a new gun law has been passed in the state of Texas. Now, Texans are able to carry their legally owned firearms in public, free of a need to undergo gun training or obtain gun permits. Permit-free gun carrying is a large change to gun laws, if you are wondering how this change… Read More »

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Severe Penalties Are Possible For Federal Conspiracy Charges

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Federal conspiracy is a term that is used to describe two or more individuals agreeing with one another to commit a crime. It is important to note that the planning process is enough for a person to serve time, even if the crime was not performed. It can be confusing for individuals who are… Read More »

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Situations When You Should Hire A Criminal Defense Lawyer

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If you are arrested for a misdemeanor or a felony charge, it is important you speak with a defense lawyer as soon as possible to protect your rights. This should be a top priority as the penalties for criminal allegations can be severe. When you connect with a Houston criminal lawyer early in the… Read More »

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Drug Trafficking Charges In The State Of Texas

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Drug trafficking charges are extremely serious as they involve manufacturing, delivering, or transporting drugs. This means the activity could be putting others at risk. Drug offenses can lead to fines and jail time, it is important for you to connect with an experienced Houston criminal lawyer in order to defend your rights. There may… Read More »

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What Is An Expunction?

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When you hear the word expunction, it is referring to the erasing of a crime from a person’s record. If you were arrested but have not been officially charged, expunction could be possible. In the state of Texas, there are different expunction options, depending on your situation. To learn more about the process of… Read More »

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