February
18
2018

If you are facing charges of resisting arrest, you may be tempted to plead guilty because you think it’s a minor charge. However, there are several serious penalties associated with resisting arrest. In this post, we’ll detail those penalties and show you how a knowledgeable criminal attorney can help you [...]

February
7
2018

A Texas domestic violence charge is something that you need to take incredibly seriously, because our state definitely does. Texas recognizes three different crimes related to domestic violence, and all of them come with the potential of incredibly severe penalties.

How severe?

  • If you are charged with class A misdemeanor
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February
2
2018

There are three main things you can allegedly do to be charged with drug trafficking in Texas. In this post, we’ll explain all three ways in depth, including the laws, penalties, and possible defenses.

The State of Texas’s Definition of Drug Trafficking

The Texas Controlled Substances Act defines drug trafficking [...]

January
25
2018

 

A Shreveport, Louisiana man was recently sentenced to 60 years in prison for aggravated assault and robbery in Marshall, near the Louisiana border. The defendant, 32-year-old Broderick Maximillian McHenry, was robbing a gas station, and beat clerks with a baseball bat during the robbery.

Although McHenry’s offenses were severe [...]

January
18
2018

How Much Will a Texas DWI Really Cost You?

Categories: DWI |

A driving while intoxicated (DWI) conviction is life-changing in many ways. The criminal penalties for even a first offense are quite severe, and you will be left with a criminal record that will come back to haunt you for the rest of your life.

The consequences don’t stop there, though. [...]

January
12
2018

If you were charged with disorderly conduct over the New Year holiday, you may be feeling blindsided and confused by your charges. Rest assured you’re not alone.

In 2016, the state of Texas had 9,520 convictions for disorderly conduct. Of those convictions, 8,203 were for adults and 1,317 were for [...]