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  • Effective Defense Strategies for Assault Charges: Tactics That Can Make a Difference
    Effective Defense Strategies for Assault Charges: Tactics That Can Make a Difference

    Being charged with assault can be a daunting experience, and the consequences of a conviction can be severe. However, with the right strategies and a skilled legal team, it is possible to build a ...

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  • Understanding the Criminal Trial Process in Texas
    Understanding the Criminal Trial Process in Texas

    Those who have been charged with a crime in Texas are afforded several rights through the criminal process. This ensures consistency and fairness during the judicial proceedings. In most states, the ...

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  • Fraud Scheme Impersonates Sheriff's Office Employees
    Fraud Scheme Impersonates Sheriff's Office Employees

    The Bexar County Sheriff's Office has now had to change how it informs people of the existence of an arrest warrant against them thanks to a new scam being perpetrated against the community. Criminals ...

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  • What are Miranda Rights and Warnings?
    What are Miranda Rights and Warnings?

    "Miranda" is derived from Miranda v. Arizona, the 1966 U.S. Supreme Court case which declared that whenever a person is detained by police, they need to be informed of their rights according to the ...

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  • Details of the Administrative License Revocation Process
    Details of the Administrative License Revocation Process

    The Administrative License Revocation (ALR) Program in Texas is not related to the criminal court process that unfolds after a person is arrested for Driving While Intoxicated (DWI). The ALR process ...

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  • Are You at Risk of a Revoked Probation in Texas?
    Are You at Risk of a Revoked Probation in Texas?

    Being on probation in Texas entails having community supervision but a Motion to Revoke Probation (MTRP) holds severe consequences. Probation is essentially a second chance for an offender to be on ...

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