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Am I Required to Let Texas Police Into My Home?

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Imagine sitting at home watching a game on television. Your kids are asleep and you’ve had a long day at work. All of a sudden, you hear a loud knock followed by an equally loud voice saying, “This is the …

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37 Common Courtroom Phrases

37 Common Courtroom Phrases

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In the legal world, we often use complicated jargon – a term affectionately known as “legalese”. However, for those who find themselves in a courtroom without having attended law school, all these court words and phrases …

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The Police Didn’t Read Me My Miranda Rights: What Happens to My Case Now?

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Anyone who has watched a police procedural on television is likely familiar with the refrain: “You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law. You have the …

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Misdemeanor Vs. Felony in Texas: What You Need to Know

If you or a loved one have been charged with a crime, you may wonder what types of penalties may come along with a conviction. That’s why you should understand the difference between felony vs. misdemeanor charges in Texas.

These …

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Using Guns for Self Defense: Laws, Consequences & What You Need to Know

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Using Guns for Self Defense: Laws, Consequences & What You Need to Know

It may seem simple enough in your mind. If someone attacks you, you defend yourself. However, the law might not always agree with that sentiment. It might …

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Know Your Rights About Legal Protests

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There’s a reason why the right to protest is included in the very first amendment to the United States Constitution’s Bill of Rights. From the founding of this nation, protests have been extremely important. The Boston Tea Party was a …

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New Texas Law: First-Time DWI Offenders Are Now Eligible for Non-Disclosure in Texas

First-Time DWI Offenders Are Now Eligible for Non-Disclosure in Texas

Criminal convictions, violent or not, can have a major impact on someone’s future. Criminal records often make finding and securing a job difficult or almost impossible. Texas state laws provide …

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What Do I Need to Know About Plea Agreements?

The Texas plea bargain process is a process that allows for a resolution of a case without proving guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. In essence, a plea is an agreement or contract. During the process, the defense and prosecution negotiate …

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What Parents Need to Know About the Texas Juvenile Justice System

Part of growing up means making mistakes — and hopefully learning from them. However, when a childhood mistake results in involvement with the Texas juvenile justice system, the consequences for a simple error can be significant.

Every parent knows children …

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Types of Assault Charges in Texas

In Texas, an assault offense has occurred if:

  1. Someone has recklessly or intentionally caused an injury or physical harm
  2. Someone has intentionally threatened physical harm
  3. Someone has intentionally used provocative or offensive physical contact against another person

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