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Can a School Fight Be Prosecuted?

Yes. Depending on the circumstances of the fight, your child could face assault and battery charges. The consequences of a conviction can affect their entire life and future. Even though they’re a minor, they could face a jail sentence. Spending time behind bars is traumatizing for any teenager. It can derail their path and create […]


What Is the Difference between Parole and Probation?

If you have never been involved in the criminal justice system before, you may not understand the differences between parole and probation or even realize that they are different. However, if you are convicted of a crime and are sentenced to prison time and/or probation, you should understand what “parole” and “probation” mean and how […]


Difference Between DUI and DWI

The terms DUI and DWI are popularly used interchangeably to refer to the criminal offense of driving a vehicle under the influence of or while intoxicated by alcohol. However, in Texas, these two terms have different legal meanings and refer to different criminal statutes. As a driver in Texas, you should understand the differences between […]


Five Ways to Avoid a DWI During the Holidays

Many people celebrate during the holiday season. Some host parties at their homes, while others attend company events and dinners. It’s supposed to be a fun time of year to spend time with friends and family and enjoy time off from work. However, DWI, or driving while intoxicated, is common during the holidays. Too many […]


Gang Leader Sentenced for Assaulting a Member Interested in Joining a Different Gang

The leader of the Aryan Circle gang pleaded guilty to assault resulting in serious bodily injury. His sentence includes 87 months in prison and three years of supervised release. According to court documents, the defendant was the leader of a violent gang in Texas. Hundreds of members throughout the country operate outside and inside of various federal […]


Scammers Indicted on Charges of Wire Fraud and Money Laundering

The U.S. Attorney announced that a federal grand jury indicted eleven people allegedly involved in scamming elderly victims out of money by participating in a romance scheme. Homeland Security Investigations, the Federal Bureau of Investigation Dallas Field Office, and the IRS – Criminal Investigation performed an investigation with assistance from multiple other organizations. The large-scale operation resulted […]


How to Beat a DWI

A DWI conviction can result in a jail sentence and an expensive fine. You could also lose your license. The consequences of a criminal offense can be far-reaching and affect every part of your life. You could lose your job and ruin the reputation you worked so hard to build. Even if you pay your […]


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 […]