This guide hopes to educate people charged with a crime so that they can get the most from their free criminal defense consultation. The guide will help clients become educated consumers so that they
Most people charged with a DWI have never had any other criminal problems or arrests. DWIs carry very serious consequences and may require a person to spend time in jail or be placed on probation. T
This guide will explain your options if you are charged with Hindering A Secured Creditor. The accusation is serious and you should consult with a lawyer immediately.
It is natural to panic when you find out you are being investigated. Many, go to the police believing that they will listen sympathetically. Instead, they should immediately contact a lawyer. This guide explains why contacting a lawyer helps and increases your chances of keeping your freedom.
This guide will help explain the crime of Intoxication Assault and Intoxication Manslaughter. It will explain possible punishments, strategies and what the State must prove. If you've been charged with this crime you need an aggressive attorney to represent you.
What are the Different forms of Theft? Theft accusations range from shoplifting, welfare fraud, burglary, robbery and employee theft. Generally, the consequences of a theft case depend on the value
What is a DWI? In Texas, there are two ways of getting a DWI. 1) You can get a DWI if a police officer believes that probable cause exists that you have lost the "normal" use of your mental or physi
The Three Stages of a Criminal Case 1) The investigation 2) Pre-trial 3) The Trial. The Investigation The investigation can be a very quick stage that takes less than a day or it can be drawn out an
What happens after an arrest for a Federal Crime? First, you or your loved one will be informed of the charges being filed by the government. Once you have been informed of these charges it is likel
What is Deferred Adjudication? Deferred Adjudication is a special kind of probation. People are placed on Deferred Adjudication once they admit guilt (or enter a no contest plea) and the judge agree