Month: February 2021

Month: February 2021

Crafting a criminal defense strategy

Each year thousands of Texas residents are charged with a crime. From misdemeanors to felonies, DWI, drug offenses, weapons crimes – there is no shortage of laws for law enforcement officials and prosecutors to use to allege crimes have occurred. As a result, when...

Proving fault in a car crash can be tricky

After a car accident caused by someone else’s negligence, an injured Texas resident may know who is at fault but proving that in a court of law can become complicated. If fault is not demonstrated, then courts cannot hold the negligent party responsible for their...

Drug charges and pre-trial diversion programs

Drug charges can be scary, especially if you’ve never faced them before. Prosecutors might threaten you with jail time or even prison, and the damage to your reputation can affect your ability to find a job, secure housing, and obtain an education. That’s a lot on the...

Arrests for fine-only offenses may be eliminated

In Texas, a relatively petty offense may begin a frightful journey through the criminal justice system. State lawmakers are seeking to eliminate arrests for fine-only offenses. These prosecutions have required people to mount a criminal defense for a comparatively...