Collin County Federal Criminal Defense Blog Archives
The U.S. Attorney announced that a federal grand jury indicted eleven people allegedly involved in scamming elderly victims out of money by […]
Read More About Scammers Indicted on Charges of Wire Fraud and Money Laundering
A woman, her adult daughter, and a man from North Texas all stand accused of money laundering and other crimes […]
Read More About Individuals from North Texas Caught in an Alleged Money Laundering Scheme
A Liberty County couple has been charged in federal court with filing hundreds of fraudulent loan applications to obtain funds […]
Read More About Couple Charged With Fraudulently Obtaining COVID-19 Relief Funds
Brian Alfaro, owner of Primera Energy, LLC, was sentenced to 121 months in federal prison on November 10, 2020, on […]
Read More About San Antonio Oilman Sentenced to Ten Years in Federal Prison on Fraud Charges
Free speech is a bedrock principle of American law. But “free speech” does not allow you to say whatever you […]
Read More About What Is a Terroristic Threat Charge in Texas?
Preventing or otherwise impeding a person from making an emergency call is a crime in Texas. Those who are convicted […]
Read More About What are the Penalties for Interfering with an Emergency Call?
There are certain cases where a judge may set aside a defendant’s criminal conviction while they are still serving a […]
Read More About What Is Judicial Clemency?
Have you received a subpoena to testify as a witness in a criminal trial or grand jury proceeding? If so, […]
Read More About Can You Refuse to Testify if Subpoenaed by a Texas Court?
In most misdemeanor–and many felony–cases, a defendant is not sent to jail upon conviction. Instead, Texas law allows the judge […]
Read More About Moving Out of State While On Probation
Texas may impose a range of punishments on you if you are charged with a felony or misdemeanor. The are […]
Read More About What is the Difference Between Deferred Adjudication and Straight Probation?