Category: Criminal Defense

September
20
2020

Anyone charged with a crime in Texas is in a difficult situation. Having a conviction on your record makes many parts of life more difficult, from finding housing to finding a job. It’s understandable to want to avoid a conviction if at all possible.

Luckily, in Texas, you have a [...]

August
5
2020

When you are charged with a crime and found guilty by either a jury or a judge, then the court determines the punishment for the crimes.

Texas, along with other states and in federal statutes, has maximum penalties based upon the classification of the offense, with felonies often getting the [...]

July
17
2020

In Texas, felonies are the most severe level of criminal offenses. This is compared to misdemeanors, which are considered lower-level criminal offenses.

Our state punishes felony crimes with incarceration in state prison or state jail in addition to heavy fines. Texas classifies felony crimes as capital felonies, first-, second, or [...]

April
24
2020

When you’re facing criminal charges, the most important decision you will make is choosing your criminal defense attorney.

Experienced criminal defense attorneys can quite literally keep people from spending the rest of their lives in prison. Under the United States Constitution, every single person who has been charged with a [...]

July
13
2019

Your child’s been arrested and needs your help. It’s never the call you expect, but it’s one that’s more likely to happen than you might think.

How so?

The Texas Juvenile Justice Department reports receiving more than 53,000 “referrals” annually across the state. That translates to about 1 in every [...]

February
15
2019

Being accused of a crime is a traumatic event in and of itself. During an actual arrest, it is perfectly normal and reasonable that you should lose the ability to think clearly, become flustered and unable to communicate, or even feel scared.

However, it is imperative you regain your focus [...]