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How To Use Your Miranda Rights in Texas

Don't forget that you have a right to remain silent If you've seen a crime drama, you've probably heard that you have a "right to remain silent." This right is part of your Miranda rights. Movies and shows often depict police reading suspects their Miranda rights, but their depiction of the law is often inaccurate....

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Facing Theft Charges in Texas? Here's How a Criminal Defense Attorney Can Help

A Texas criminal defense lawyer explains the available legal options. Being charged with theft in Texas is a serious criminal charge with serious consequences. That’s why it’s important for someone facing a theft charge to fully understand their rights, the penalties, the consequences of a theft conviction, and the potential legal options available to them....

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Criminal Charges Under the New Texas Abortion Laws

Following the United State Supreme Court's landmark ruling in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization, which overturned Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey, abortion is a criminal offense in Texas. As a result, medical professionals who perform abortions in Texas can face serious legal consequences, including prison time, fines, and professional sanctions. We are monitoring this...

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Avoiding Self-Incrimination in Texas

If you're confronted by police, here are some ways to exercise your rights. The Fifth Amendment gives Americans the right to protect themselves from self-incrimination. However, this right won't help you much if you don't understand when it applies and how to use it. In general, self-incrimination is when a person, under the pressure of...

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Want To Expunge Your Record in Texas?

Getting a clean slate isn't easy, but an expungement lawyer can help Even if you've repaid your debt to society, a criminal record can penalize you long after your sentence is complete. Past arrests and convictions that appear in background checks can compromise career, housing, education, and other opportunities. But it doesn't have to be...

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What Happens if You’re Charged With Domestic Violence in Texas?

False accusations are on the rise, and a DV conviction carries harsh penalties Domestic violence arrests skyrocketed during the COVID-19 pandemic. Unfortunately, that means that false or exaggerated allegations of family violence and intimate partner abuse are up, too. Too often, when a family disagrees, 911 gets called to "teach a lesson" to a spouse,...

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Is It Legal to Film Texas Police?

A Texas Criminal Defense Attorney Explains Your Right To Record Police The law hasn't changed much in years, but new questions about whether it's legal to record Texas police officer interactions keep coming up. It's understandable why there is confusion: Cops often order people to turn off their cameras, even when those people are completely...

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Is Entrapment Legal in Texas?

A Conroe criminal defense attorney explains the law Entrapment is a legal defense that is often misunderstood. Not every undercover operation or sting can be considered entrapment. It can be difficult to prove. You need a skilled Texas attorney with an insider’s knowledge of how the legal system works to successfully argue an entrapment defense....

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