Four things to do if there is a warrant for your arrest
You just learned a warrant has been issued for your arrest. Now what do you do? Here are four things you should do when [...]
Does Shooting Someone In the Back Qualify as “Self Defense”?
A recent shooting involving a Dallas man in a Waffle House parking lot demonstrates how the Texas self defense law can protect a [...]
Five Ways a Criminal Case Can Be Disposed
Once a citizens has been arrested and the case filed with the District Attorney's Office, there five ways the case can be disposed. [...]
Do Police Need a Search Warrant To Track Cell Phones?
For the first time a Federal Judge has ruled that law enforcement is required to obtain a search warrant before they can use technology [...]
Dallas Aggravated Assault Cases On The Rise: Three Reasons Why
Dallas Aggravated Assault cases are on the rise. The summer seems to bring a higher number of violent crimes and this year is [...]
Arrested for DWI in Texas: Three Things You Must Do
Once you get over the shock of being arrested for Driving While Intoxicated, you will need to start preparing for your defense. Here [...]
Jail House Snitches: Five Ways To Destroy Their Credibility
Jail House Snitches are often used as witnesses by the prosecution in criminal trials. These types of witnesses are very dangerous to the [...]
How difficult is it to get a ‘change of venue’ in Texas?
Any time a client's case has been featured in the news media, the client will ask if we should seek a change of [...]
Texas leads the nation in Teacher-Student sexual assaults
A recent survey shows Texas leads the nation in the number of Teacher-Student sexual assault cases. In 2014, there were 116 accusations and convictions. [...]
BIll Cosby Rape Trial: Four Key Points
A judge has ruled the the sex assault case against Bill Cosby will mover forward. A trial date will eventually be set and [...]