Collin County Criminal Defense Lawyer's Blog
Once your child is in the criminal justice system, it is only natural that you would have questions about what […]Read More About What Should I Do Now That My Child Has Been Arrested or Detained?
Often one of the first concerns of a parent whose child is facing a criminal juvenile situation is “do I […]Read More About Does My Child’s School Need to Know About My Child’s Arrest?
In many cases, a heated situation may result in raised voices, household items thrown, or even an assault or other […]Read More About What’s an “Emergency”? — Interference with a 911 Call
As we’ve discussed previously, a conviction for domestic or family violence in Texas comes with plenty of hazards with regards […]Read More About Upping the Ante – Collateral Consequences of a Family Violence Conviction
I don’t pretend to know all the facts behind the death of Trayvon Martin, nor do I even know all […]Read More About Understanding the Zimmerman Verdict: The Mechanics of Self-Defense and Reasonable Doubt
Not all crimes are created equal. Even within certain classification levels (i.e. Class A, Class B, etc.) there are crimes […]Read More About What is a Crime of Moral Turpitude
There’s an old adage that “with friends like that, who needs enemies?” This is never more true that in a […]Read More About Accomplice Testimony and How it Can Impact Your Case
Last week the United States Supreme Court ruled on the issue of warrantless blood draws in the case of Missouri […]Read More About Supreme Court Limits Warrantless Blood Draws
Here are the 2012 felony statistics for Collin County, Texas issued by the Collin County District Clerk’s Office. The District […]Read More About Collin County Felony Statistics for 2012
You may notice a new ad campaign sponsored by NHTSA (the “National Highway Transportation Safety Administration”) and the ad council […]Read More About Buzzed Driving Actually Isn’t Drunk Driving