Category: Legal Advice
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Selected for jury duty? Here’s why this civic service is important

July 12

For citizens of the United States, there is a high probability you will be summoned for jury duty at…

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How assault differs from self-defense

June 21

If you’re being attacked, you have the right to defend yourself. In fact, Texas has several laws on the…

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The criminal trial process from start to finish

June 21

The criminal trial process in the United States is complicated and expensive, which is why most cases never make…

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The self-defense exception: When force is legally justifiable

June 21

Protecting yourself, loved ones, or your property from harm is probably an instinct for most people. However, doing so…

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Who dunnit? The legal implications of influencing a crime

June 21

Did you know that you can be held liable for murder in the state of Texas even if you…

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5 crucial steps to take after being accused of a crime

June 21

A criminal record can have profoundly negative effects on a person’s life. Convictions may prevent someone’s ability to get…

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How to find an attorney who has your best interest at heart

May 21

Society relies on the justice system to make reliable, consistent, and virtuous decisions on behalf of all citizens. Sometimes…

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The importance of having a quality defense attorney

March 14

In the realm of criminal justice, the role of a defense attorney is paramount. These legal professionals serve as…

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Legal insights into aiding, abetting, and accessory liability

February 7

Aiding, abetting, and accessory liability are important legal concepts in criminal law. These legal distinctions prevent someone from using…

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The Importance of an Appellate Attorney in a Wrongful Conviction

February 1

Every day, people find themselves on the wrong side of the law. In 2014, 14% of capital punishment sentences were wrongful convictions, and 4% of those sentences resulted in placing people in jail for crimes they didn’t commit.

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