Criminal Defense

How to Get Your Criminal Charges Dismissed

December 14, 2022

Getting your criminal charges dismissed is the preferred method of resolving a criminal case. It means the case ends favorably without the risk of a trial, where attorneys cannot control all the elements and factors of the prosecution.

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 To Do When You’re Falsely Accused

July 8, 2022

False accusations can derail a person’s reputation and life in multiple ways. You can face anything from social isolation and job loss to prison time if you don’t defend yourself. Even the accuser can’t always undo the damage after making a false accusation due to the structure of our laws.

What Are the Hit and Run Laws in Texas?

March 24, 2021

Hit and run, also known as leaving the scene of an accident, can catapult a civil liability to a crime. Regardless of which side of the issue you may be, all individuals have requirements to fulfill when an accident occurs with a motor vehicle. 

When you get into a car accident, the best thing you can do if you’re at fault is to stay at the scene and do everything the law requires. If you are responsible for a hit and run, and the police or your insurance company contacts you, call an attorney first before answering any questions.[…]

Expunction vs. Non-Disclosure in Texas

February 12, 2020

Were you accused of a crime but never convicted? You know that you were never found guilty in court, but not everyone else sees it that way. The crime you were accused of still shows up when you attempt to apply for a job, get a professional license, or get a credit check. If you’re […]