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  • What is a Motion to Suppress Evidence and When Can You Use It in Your Criminal Case in Texas?
    What is a Motion to Suppress Evidence and When Can You Use It in Your Criminal Case in Texas?

    You may have heard that many criminal defendants have the option of filing a motion to suppress evidence as part of their defense strategy. As its name implies, a motion to suppress evidence is filed ...

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  • Driving and Alcohol: The Legal Limit
    Driving and Alcohol: The Legal Limit

    You know that driving drunk is against the law, and this may be the limit of your knowledge. The fact is that the State of Texas takes impaired driving very seriously, but this does not mean that it ...

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  • You Do Not Have to Be a Family Member to Be Charged with Domestic Assault
    You Do Not Have to Be a Family Member to Be Charged with Domestic Assault

    Life is stressful, and living with someone else presents plenty of difficult moments – whether the other person happens to be a family member or not. The global pandemic has highlighted this point ...

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  • Plea Bargains Explained
    Plea Bargains Explained

    When you think about criminal charges, your mind likely goes to the trial ahead, which is exactly where all those courtroom dramas on TV focus. The truth is, however, that the vast majority of cases ...

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  • What to Do When I’ve Been Falsely Accused of a Sex Crime?
    What to Do When I’ve Been Falsely Accused of a Sex Crime?

    Being falsely accused of sex assault is one of the worst things that can happen, especially when those allegations are preposterous. If this happened to you, it is critical to contact a Fort Hood ...

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  • Your DWI Charge: What You Need to Know
    Your DWI Charge: What You Need to Know

    Being pulled over and charged with DWI is exceptionally stressful. The truth is, however, that the ramifications of a conviction can be more serious than you may recognize. Better understanding your ...

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