Post-Verdict Motions Article 44.02 of the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure provides a criminal defendant the opportunity to appeal a conviction. This can begin in a number of ways. There are post-ver
The Stop Contrary to popular belief, the police cannot stop a person unless they have a justified reason for doing so. Although that sounds like a benefit to people, in reality, the police can often
Applicable Crimes Felony level DWIs (which require at least two prior DWI convictions for the enhancement, or a prior conviction for Intoxication Manslaughter), are fundamentally different that first
What makes a kid a kid Section 51.095 is the functional equivalent of Article 38.22 of the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure for juvenile offenders. The principal difference, of course, is that §51.