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First-Time Offender Facing A Life Sentence Gets Second Chance

Brittany Barnett met long-time friend Sharanda Jones twelve years ago while studying law at South Methodist University. Barnett discovered a YouTube video of Jones, who was facing a life sentence in prison for a first-time non-violent offense, and reached out to try to help. According to Jones, she grew up in poverty in Terrell and struggled to […]


CARES Act Indictment

White-Collar Crime- Fort Bend CARES Act Indictment    “White collar crimes” aren’t so black and white. In fact, they can be some of the most complicated and difficult types of cases to defend against. Although these crimes are not typically violent in nature, a number of white-collar crimes involve not only state charges but federal […]


Will CPS Interview my Child During an Investigation?

by: Attorney Kristi Tyler Once the Department of Family and Protective Services, Child Protective Services (CPS) begins an investigation of your family, know that the process typically begins with an interview of the child. CPS will attempt to interview your child and may also interview other children living in the home. A CPS Investigator can […]


Super Bowl Weekend and DWI

It’s that time of year again: Super Bowl time. Every year people gather to watch the big game, eat chicken wings and queso, and of course, drink. It is time for family, food, and friendly wagers. For many people, Super Bowl game day is more than just a day to watch the game. It is […]


Couple Charged With Fraudulently Obtaining COVID-19 Relief Funds

A Liberty County couple has been charged in federal court with filing hundreds of fraudulent loan applications to obtain funds from the EIDL relief program authorized by the CARES Act. Clifton Pape, 45, and Sally Jung, 58, of Cleveland, Texas, are alleged to have operated a scheme called My Buddy Loans to fraudulently obtained COVID-19 […]