Criminal Law 101

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Many people have become crime show junkies through TV, movies, and the ever-expanding world of podcasts, but you won’t learn much about Texas law that way. The Lone Star State has its own way of doing things, including criminal law.

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When it comes to stalking, there are two different kinds of cases: stranger and past partner. This article will not address stranger stalking, which often deals with such variants as celebrities or mental illness. Instead this article discusses situations that occur when a romantic break-up becomes so messy that the criminal justice system gets involved.

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If you’ve been arrested for a non-violent criminal offense, you can start fresh with a pretrial diversion program. Pursuing admittance to a diversion program can lead to a dismissed case, a cleared record, and healthy, new habits to help you avoid future criminal behavior.

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In a year of unprecedented stressors, couples are among those feeling the effects. The number of family violence allegations and arrests have skyrocketed, and they often result in extreme consequences. If conflict between you and your partner has become heated, we urge you to get help now.

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