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Understanding Evidence in a Criminal Trial

In 2020, there were 130,034 violent crimes committed in Texas, according to data from the Texas Department of Public Safety. In a criminal trial, the outcome will usually depend upon the strength and admissibility of evidence - including physical proof, scientific evidence, and witness testimony. However, many people are not certain about criminal evidence and its various forms.

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Are There Alternatives to Going to Jail?

Serving a jail sentence may be the most feared penalty of all criminal convictions. You don’t just lose your freedom if you go to jail. You are also forced to live in a communal setting with strangers, some of them intimidating and violent.

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The Costly Consequences of Ineffective Legal Representation

When you are arrested by the police in Texas, you are facing serious consequences, including a damaged reputation and a loss of freedom. With so much at stake, you simply cannot afford to take chances. An experienced criminal defense attorney can represent your interests throughout the legal proceedings and fight for the best possible outcome in your case.

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What Are the Rules for Self Defense in Texas?

Guns are ubiquitous in Texas, a state with some of the least-restrictive gun laws in the country. Statutes regarding self-defense are equally as liberal, allowing the use of deadly force to defend life and property without the requirement to attempt retreat from a threat.

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The Importance of Working with an Experienced Probation Violation Attorney

When on probation, it is extremely important to comply with all the conditions, but it is not always that easy. When the officer supervising you believes that you have violated a condition, it is very easy for them to have you put in jail. Then you have to fight your way out.

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