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Category: Criminal Defense Lawyer

Galveston Federal Criminal Attorney Discusses Federal and State Criminal Court

Sep 22, 2021
The Difference Between Federal Versus State Criminal Defense Generally speaking, federal court and state court are just two completely different animals. Federal Court is very formal, very structured, and has...

How Common Are Galveston Shooting Crimes?

Sep 20, 2021
While it might seem like an easy process to review crime reports, assess data, and crunch the numbers to determine the frequency of Galveston shooting crimes, getting an accurate picture...

Galveston Criminal Attorney Discusses Court Appointed VS. Retained Counsel

Sep 14, 2021
What is the difference between a court-appointed vs a private attorney? I recently had an email exchange with a woman who wanted to retain new counsel for her husband, which...

Galveston Defense Attorney Gives Reasons Not To Talk To The Police Without A Lawyer

Aug 23, 2021
    It would seem to me that this should be obvious enough. You would be surprised how often I get calls from people wanting to be questioned by the...

Galveston Criminal Attorney Discusses Assault and Its Consequences

Aug 13, 2021
  Questions And Answers On Assault In Texas Misdemeanor Assault The most common type of assault that we see is a class A misdemeanor assault. Since it’s a class A...

How Lighting Reduces Violent Crime

Jul 30, 2021
Crime rates in Texas and throughout the U.S. may fluctuate over time, but the law enforcement community is always seeking new tactics, methods, and strategies for apprehending suspects. Though many...

What are the Most Common Crimes in Galveston County?

Jul 30, 2021
Crime Statistics Crime statistics in Texas are interesting in terms of trends, demographics, recidivism, and related factors, but you have many other reasons to review this information if you were...

How The New Constitutional Carry Law Could Affect Weapons Charges in Texas

Jul 30, 2021
Constitutional Carry The term constitutional carry is often used interchangeably with “open carry,” “permitless carry,” or “unconcealed carry,” but they all generally refer to the same concept. Individuals can legally...

If You’ve Been Convicted of a Crime Stay Off Social Media

Jul 30, 2021
After being arrested and convicted of a crime in Texas, you probably assume that your experience with the criminal justice system concludes after you meet the requirements of your sentence....

What Is Considered A Controlled Substance In Texas?

Jul 28, 2021
With all the legal details, statutory definitions, and evidence issues involved with drug crimes, many people tend to overlook one basic component of the criminal case: Exactly what is considered...
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