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What to Do If You’re Stopped by an Immigration & Customs Enforcement (ICE) Officer

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Immigration is an emotional issue regardless of your legal status. Sometimes enforcement seems to be based on appearance rather than facts, and “innocent until proven guilty” is applied lightly in many situations. Life can be scary for anyone who even …

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Criminal History & Employment Applications: What Information to Disclose

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Everybody has a past. If yours is a matter of court record, however, you may find it difficult to negotiate job interviews. There is a fine line between disclosing what you must to be honest and saying too much and …

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10 of Examples of White Collar Crimes in Texas

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If you’ve been accused of a white collar crime in Georgetown or San Marcos, TX, it can be serious business. Both your business and private reputation can be tainted even before you even make it to your trial. Just having …

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11 Mistakes to Avoid During a Texas DWI Stop

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In 2013, Texas led the nation with 1,337 fatalities due to drunk driving, and there were 15,687 alcohol-related crash injuries, according to statistics from Mothers Against Drunk Drivers (MADD). Drunk driving mistakes for Texas residents are a regular occurrence, as …

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What Immigrants Need to Know About President Trump’s Latest Executive Order

Fear and confusion have been common among immigrants as a result of Executive Orders issued by President Trump in late January. An immigration attorney in Texas with Morales & Sparks, P.L.L.C. is ready to help if you or a loved …

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17 Consequences You Can Face with a Criminal Conviction in Texas

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Most people understand that there are significant consequences of criminal conviction. Though the penalties for a criminal conviction will likely depend on the severity of the crime, there are many consequences other than the obvious one of the sentence that …

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Top 8 Criminal Defense Charges Students Face in Texas

There were 1.44 million college students in Texas in fall of 2014, a figure expected to rise to 1.64 million by 2025. For most college students, higher education is a chance to extend their independence, build a solid career and …

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How Brendan Dassey’s Conviction Was Overturned: Why You Should Hire a Good Criminal Defense Lawyer

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In 2005, 25-year-old photographer Teresa Halbach was killed in Manitowoc County. She disappeared after traveling to Steven Avery’s family’s salvage yard to take photos for a magazine. Her burned body was recovered in the yard, in a burn pit.

In …

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The Truth Behind 10 Criminal Defense Myths

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We’ve all watched many cop and police procedural TV programs and movies over the years. While deep down inside, we know that there is a significant difference from the screen image of crime and the reality, somehow the actions pervade …

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NEW: Expansion of Provisional Waivers for Immigrants

Since 2013, certain immigrants have been eligible to benefit from a provisional waiver. A provisional waiver, if granted, will waive the unlawful presence ground of inadmissibility for those who are consular processing. If one receives an approved provisional waiver before …

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