In Texas perTEXAS PENAL CODE Sec.12.23,an individual found guilty of a Class C misdemeanor shall be punished by a fine not to exceed $500. Even though a person cannot be incarcerated for a Class C Misdemeanor, it is important to treat them as serious offenses, especially crimes l...
Per TEXAS PENAL CODE Sec.12.22,an individual found guilty of a Class B misdemeanor shall be punished by: (1)a fine not to exceed $2,000; (2)confinement in jail for a term not to exceed 180 days; or (3)both such fine and confinement. Additionally, depending on the offense and the ...
For some reason some clients charged with criminal offenses think it better to not tell their attorney the truth about their current charge, their past, or other related facts. People do it for different reasons, but no matter the "reason" this action will only HURT YOUR CASE. Tell the truth!
"Straight" Probation Straight Probation is also known as community supervision. With straight probation, a defendant is found guilty of the crime charged and a definitive sentence is imposed. That s
Determine What Remedy You're Eligible For Speaking with a criminal defense attorney in your area is the first step to determining what remedy is best for your situation- expungement or non-disclosure
Don't Just Pay The Fine If you didn't commit the offense you're accused of you shouldn't pay the fine and have a mark on your record. Many times, officers are in a situation where they, by departmen