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Having a driver’s license is essential to most people’s daily lives. If you have had your license suspended indefinitely, getting […]Read More About How to Get Your License Back After an Indefinite Suspension
Facing criminal charges is a stressful, unsettling experience. You worry about the short-term and long-term consequences. You dread the potential […]Read More About What Happens When Charges Get Dropped or Dismissed?
The #MeToo movement has been a powerful force for change in society, as it has opened up a much-needed dialogue […]Read More About #MeToo: What to Do if You Are Falsely Accused of Sexual Assault
False allegations of domestic violence can have serious consequences, from the destruction of relationships and reputations to criminal charges. Domestic […]Read More About Protecting Yourself Against False Allegations of Domestic Violence
False accusations can derail an individual’s life and may even lead to criminal proceedings. Therefore, if you have been falsely […]Read More About How To Defend Yourself Against False Accusations of Harassment in the Workplace
Police officers have the right to arrest people. However, that right is not absolute. For an arrest to be lawful, […]Read More About What to Do If Your Arrest Was Unlawful
Evading arrest and resisting arrest are two different crimes in Texas. These cases often depend on determining whether an officer’s […]Read More About How to Beat an Evading or Resisting Arrest Charge in Texas
Homicide is a felony charge involving someone’s actions that cause another person’s death. It includes multiple types of offenses with […]Read More About The Difference Between Murder and Manslaughter
Using physical or violent force might be necessary under specific circumstances, such as protecting against an attack. The most common […]Read More About When Is Homicide Justified or Excusable?
Legislators passed Texas House Bill 1540 on September 1, 2021. Texas was one of the first states to focus on […]Read More About New Laws Make Soliciting Sex in Texas a Felony