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Can Charges Be Dropped After Indictment?

Posted on February 4, 2022 in
An indictment is a formal criminal accusation made against an individual who has allegedly committed a crime. An indictment is made based upon available evidence, but they are not required for every crime. On a federal level, indictments are only required for felonies that will be heard by a federal court. At a state...
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Texas DWI Laws 2022

Posted on January 24, 2022 in
Driving while intoxicated (DWI) is a serious issue that can lead to criminal charges. Those charges can mean the difference between freedom and years in prison, especially if you hurt someone else in a DWI accident. You should consult an experienced Houston DWI defense attorney if charged with this crime. Defending yourself when your...
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How to Beat an Assault Charge in Texas

Posted on January 4, 2022 in
Being arrested on suspicion of committing a crime and actually being charged are two completely different things. Charges can be levied by a prosecutor, most often from a District Attorney’s office, after you have been arrested by a law enforcement officer. Simply being charged doesn’t mean you will be convicted. Remember, you are innocent...
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What is a ‘Crime of Passion’?

Posted on December 15, 2021 in
The term “crime of passion” is something that individuals likely hear fairly often on television shows or in movies. However, this phrase, or rather the idea of a crime committed during certain circumstances, does have a legal meaning. In criminal law, a crime passion is committed “in the moment of passion” in response to...
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What is Illegal to View on the Internet?

Posted on December 2, 2021 in
Over the last few decades, most people's lives have become completely ingrained and intertwined with the Internet. Now that most individuals have what equates to miniature computers in their pockets in the form of a phone, more and more individuals rely on Internet searches to go about their daily lives. However, it is important...
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