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Accusations of Sexual Misconduct Surrounding Netflix Show Cast Members

Cheer, the Netflix six-part docuseries that aired in January 2020, follows a cheer team from Navarro College preparing for the annual National Cheerleading Championship. It captures the highs and lows of being a competitive cheerleader and what it takes to win. Unfortunately, some stars of the show are now facing allegations of sexual misconduct. According to federal […]


Guilty Plea Could Result In Life Sentence for Convicted Felon

Rustin Chase McKinsey shot a man in the leg on September 4, 2020, in Beaumont. The Beaumont Police Department was called to the scene and discovered Cody Guedry sitting on his front porch with a gunshot wound and a towel wrapped around his leg. The victim’s roommate told the police he woke up to arguing […]


Man Mistaken for Mass Shooter Sues Texas Authorities for $3 Million

Brandon Gonzales, 24, was falsely accused of being the gunman responsible for a mass shooting that took place at a party near Greenville in 2019, and one year later, he is suing law enforcement for arresting him. The lawsuit, filed on October 27, 2020, in federal district court, names multiple defendants, including the Hunt County […]


Employees Accuse Texas Attorney General of Criminal Offenses

On October 1, 2020, seven top aides of Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton sent a letter notifying their human resources director that they had contacted federal law enforcement authorities to request that their boss be investigated for potential crimes. The letter states that Paxton is being accused of bribery, abuse of office, and improper influence […]


What Happens If I Violate the Shelter-in-Place Order

by Kyle Therrian My soliloquy. We are living in an unprecedented moment in US history. As this global pandemic spreads and threatens our lives and livelihoods, some of our leaders have risen and met the challenge. As a result, many of us are now the subject of “stay-at-home” or “shelter-in-place” orders. And as a result, […]


What Happens After My Case is Filed in Court?

By Kristi Tyler Perhaps you or a loved one have endured an arrest and a long wait to see if a case would be filed against you. Then, you receive a notice to appear in court. You may be wondering: What happens now? How long will this take? What can I expect from this process? […]


How Long Will it Take for My Case to Get Filed in Court?

By Kristi Tyler If you or a loved one has ever been arrested and charged with a crime, you may find yourself wondering, “When will this nightmare be over?”  Unfortunately, you will find that much of the criminal justice system fits the old saying, “Hurry up, and wait!”  So, what can you expect? How long […]


Kyle Therrian Named to 2019 ‘Rising Stars’

Kyle Therrian was selected for the 2019 Rising Stars list, a multi-phase selection process that mirrors the patented methodology used to assemble the Super Lawyers list. Attorneys designated as Rising Stars are up-and-coming attorneys who are 40 years of age or younger and have practiced law for 10 years or less. No more than 2.5 […]


Be Cautious When Buying CBD Oil

CBD oil is currently taking Texas by storm. Many people swear by this product to help manage the symptoms of many different diseases and ailments. However, CBD oil is made from the cannabis plant, so it could potentially contain THC, which would make the oil a banned substance. Buyer beware! The state needs more manufacturing […]


What Is an Affidavit of Non-Prosecution (ANP) and How Does It Affect a Criminal Case?

Many Collin County criminal cases start with someone contacting the police and filing a report. This is a common occurrence in family violence cases–someone tells the police their partner assaulted them. After some time has passed, however, the accuser may not wish to go forward with criminal prosecution. Maybe the person made up the whole […]