January
17
2020

Many of us have found ourselves in unfair situations before – a misunderstanding, being in the wrong place at the wrong time, etc. Sometimes these unjust scenarios can involve law enforcement, too.

Even if you believe you have no reason to be arrested, it’s important to remember that cooperating with [...]

January
12
2020

You’ve probably heard those bail bond commercials on the radio or have seen them on TV. Like most people, you might assume that an everyday person simply could not navigate certain parts of the legal system without a bondsman.

This is a common misconception. Here’s why: Although bondsmen play a [...]

January
6
2020

Texas is known for two things: its strong sense of justice and an even stronger sense of independence. Every man’s home is his castle in Texas. This means that personal property is protected heavily, both legally and personally.

Both of the personal property crimes of theft and robbery are prosecuted [...]

December
29
2019

You made it through Thanksgiving without a family political spat (Or maybe they didn’t.) Still, the holidays aren’t over yet. There’s at least one more family dinner before the New Year.

This time, tensions surrounding presidential impeachment has made political discussions that much more tense. In fact, we’d venture “impeachment” [...]

December
20
2019

For teens, the holidays are a time of fun and celebration, particularly because school is out for winter break. College underclassmen may also be seeing their high school friends for the first time all semester.

All of these factors contribute to high rates of underage drinking over the holidays. Teen [...]

December
14
2019

A criminal record can follow you for years. Even after you have done your time, rental opportunities or job offers can be taken away once someone discovers your past mistakes. Even criminal charges and arrests that never ended in a conviction can potentially hold you back.

If this situation sounds [...]