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  • The 6 Types of Bribery in Texas
    The 6 Types of Bribery in Texas

    You probably have a pretty good idea about what bribery means, but you may not realize that there are 6 distinct bribery charges in the State of Texas. If you are facing a bribery charge, it is a ...

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  • What Counts as Reasonable Suspicion in a Texas DWI Case?
    What Counts as Reasonable Suspicion in a Texas DWI Case?

    Generally, police officers must have reasonable suspicion that a driver is committing or has committed a crime to pull him/her over. A police officer cannot simply stop a motorist because they have a ...

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  • Three Musts after Being Charged with a Crime in Texas
    Three Musts after Being Charged with a Crime in Texas

    If you are facing a criminal charge in the State of Texas, you are in a very difficult, stressful situation, and you may have no idea where to turn. Although your case is unique to you and the ...

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  • Is Everything I Tell My Criminal Defense Lawyer Confidential?
    Is Everything I Tell My Criminal Defense Lawyer Confidential?

    When speaking with a defense lawyer, criminal defendants can rest assured that their conversations are confidential. Clients have a right to privacy when discussing the details of their case with a ...

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  • Texas and the Charge of Vehicular Manslaughter
    Texas and the Charge of Vehicular Manslaughter

    Manslaughter charges apply when someone dies, but the crime was not premeditated or borne of malice. In fact, manslaughter charges generally relate to negligence or recklessness – rather than with the ...

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  • Taking a Closer Look at Resisting Arrest in Texas
    Taking a Closer Look at Resisting Arrest in Texas

    You probably know that it is illegal to resist arrest, but you may not realize what all this entails in the State of Texas. There is a lot to consider, so let’s take a closer look, and if you find ...

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