Getting out of jail is often the most immediate need faced by our clients. As criminal defense attorneys, we’ve been helping people bond out of the Dallas County jail and other detention facilities for years. To clarify, posting bond, or bail, is very different than getting probation or parole*—though all of these can help limit your time behind bars. So let’s start with a basic definition
As more states have legalized marijuana, media reports about changes in local enforcement have caused misunderstandings about marijuana charges in Texas. To clear up any confusion, we wanted to offer some guidance and precautions.
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.
A false accusation can be life-changing, especially when the allegations involve rape. But all too often, we see people make the huge mistake of not taking these allegations seriously from the beginning
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.
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.