Texting While Driving: New Texas Law Needs Autocorrect

By | September 1st, 2017|Criminal Defense, Law Tips|

As you may have heard, Texas has passed House Bill 62 which will be codified as Section 545.4251 of the [...]

The Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist Dilemma

By | June 2nd, 2016|Personal Injury|

Sometimes bad things happen to good people. One of the more frequent examples of this occurs when a driver obeying [...]

What does a criminal defense attorney actually do for me?

By | May 23rd, 2016|Criminal Defense|

We hear it almost daily from potential clients that call to inquire about our services. What does hiring a defense [...]

Motor Vehicle Accidents: The Importance of Seeking Medical Care

By | November 10th, 2015|Law Tips, Personal Injury|

With the prevalence of texting and social media, motor vehicle accidents caused by distracted drivers are on the rise. These accidents [...]

Miranda Warnings: When are they required?

By | September 28th, 2015|Criminal Defense, Law Tips|

We’ve all seen plenty of legal TV shows and movies that depict the “Miranda warnings” that are read after someone is [...]

What is a Motion to Suppress?

By | August 24th, 2015|Criminal Defense|

A Motion to Suppress is a pre-trial motion that can be filed with the court stating that certain procedural rights [...]

Case Dismissed!

By | August 3rd, 2015|Criminal Defense|

What a Dismissal Means to You! Imagine you've been arrested, and the State is strongly pursuing the charges against you. [...]

Insurance Pay Outs

By | July 23rd, 2015|Civil Litigation|

Will your insurance company pay on a claim? Some insurance companies don't have the best reputation when it comes to [...]

Temporary Orders Hearings in Divorce Cases

By | July 21st, 2014|Family Law|

What is a "Temporary Orders" Hearing? You've tried to make it work but, unfortunately, your relationship with your spouse is over [...]

Criminal Law: Deferred Adjudication v. Probation

By | June 24th, 2014|Law Tips|

In Texas, a defendant, through either an agreed plea or by a judge, may be placed on probation  technically called “community supervision”) in one of two ways: through regular probation, or through deferred adjudication. […]