How Do Protective Orders Work in Texas?

December 7, 2022

A protective order, also called a PO, is a legal tool designed to prevent harm from one individual to another individual, family, or household. While you may have heard the term “restraining order” on a TV procedural, it isn’t the same as a protective order.

Hiring a Criminal Lawyer in Texas

November 27, 2022

If you have been charged with a crime in Texas, you don’t want just any lawyer — you need a criminal lawyer. You need someone who specializes in the state’s criminal statutes and has experience in the criminal justice system of Texas.

What is Criminally Negligent Homicide?

November 16, 2022

Unlike an accident, criminally negligent homicide results from reasonably foreseeable outcomes that likely could be avoided by responsible action. In cases of criminally negligent homicide, the court finds someone at fault, even though the offense was not premeditated. 

What is Considered Property Crime in Texas?

October 29, 2022

Property crime was on the wane before COVID-19, and the pandemic hit, but it has exploded since. Most of us think of property crime as damage or destruction and perhaps theft or burglary. The FBI Uniform Crime Reporting Program only includes burglary, larceny-theft, motor vehicle theft, and arson, but several large cities don’t report their […]