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Texas Super Lawyers Selects Rosenthal Kalabus & Therrian attorneys

is pleased to announce that two of the partners from Rosenthal Kalabus & Therrian have been selected to the 2021 Texas Super Lawyers list. Jeremy Rosenthal has proven himself an experienced attorney capable of handling intricate cases from misdemeanors to high-profile felonies. He stands beside his clients and draws upon a storied track record of […]


Individuals from North Texas Caught in an Alleged Money Laundering Scheme 

A woman, her adult daughter, and a man from North Texas all stand accused of money laundering and other crimes related to a federally funded meal program that was supposed to serve underprivileged students.   News reports indicate that the three suspects in the case allegedly operated a non-profit organization called Helping Others in Need. The […]


Dallas Morning News Offers Online Content Removal for Certain Criminal Convictions

The Dallas Morning News is now offering people who have been implicated in crime coverage the chance to have their names removed from articles on DallasNews.com under certain conditions. To qualify, a person must have had the criminal offense legally cleared from his/her record through an expunction order. Expunctions may be granted for people who […]


40 People Charged with Serious Federal Firearms and Drug Crimes 

Several individuals are now facing serious federal firearms and drug charges in connection with a recent sting operation. “Operation Taste the Rainbow” netted 15 arrests on September 8, 2021, but has named 40 defendants. Those charged are allegedly linked to a methamphetamine trafficking operation in the Lubbock area.   The FBI’s Dallas Field Divisions, the […]


Plea Deals Reached for Men Accused of Hate Crime

Four men were arrested and charged with aggravated assault with bodily injury for a January 2019 attack on a gay couple in Austin. Texas law punishes the second-degree felony with two to 20 years in prison. However, prosecutors hoped to prove the assault was a hate crime, elevating the charges to a first-degree felony. A […]