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  • Why Hire a Criminal Defense Attorney?

    Are you under investigation for a crime? Or, have you already been arrested for a criminal offense? If your answer is yes to either question, you are not sitting comfortably right now. As a resident of Texas, you are most likely very familiar with our states legal system which i...

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  • Defense of Sexual Assault Allegations in Texas

    Sexual Assault encompasses everything from a simple touch to forced sex. The allegations can vary in degrees of seriousness. The San Antonio or Bexar County prosecutors will take all allegations of sexual assault seriously and consider them trustworthy from the outset.Accordingly...

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  • Texas Theft Crimes

    The term theft crimes is an all-encompassing word involving all manners of crime where someone takes the property of another without their consent. Theft crimes can involve stealing a pack of gum from a retail establishment, or they can involve stealing a car as in auto theft, or...

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  • Types of White Collar Crimes

    White collar crimes are non-violent crimes that usually occur in the business world. If you have been accused of fraud, embezzlement, or money laundering you need to learn as much as you can about the charges you are facing. White collar crimes were given their name due to the f...

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  • Understanding Sex Crimes

    If you were accused of a sex offense, it is imperative that you understand the laws and penalties regarding these crimes. Taking a strong stand against these allegations could make all the difference in your future. Sex crimes carry with them extremely negative connotations, per...

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  • Principals and Accessories in Criminal Offenses

    A principal in a crime is defined under federal law as someone who commits a criminal act or aids, abets, counsels, commands, induces or procures its commission. A principal may directly perform the criminal act or get another to perform it. An accessory after the fact is describ...

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