Why You Should Fight Your Assault Family Violence Case

If you’re being charged with assault on a family member, you should usually fight that case. Family violence cases are different than other types of cases. They come with harsher penalties, are harder for the state to win, and police are more likely to arrest innocent people in these cases. Affirmative Finding of Family Violence In Texas, if you’re found guilty at trial or take a plea agreement, the judge will Read More

How to Get Your Drug or Marijuana Case Dismissed

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=truC-t9gFZk When you’re charged with possession of marijuana, drugs, or anything else that’s illegal, there are two common issues that may lead to your case being dismissed. The first is whether or not the search that led to the officer finding the drugs was a legal search. The second is whether or not they can link the drugs to you. If the cops found the drugs through an illegal Read More

Felonies vs. Misdemeanors in Texas

There are a several differences between a felony and a misdemeanor. When it comes down to it felonies are crimes punishable by a year or more in prison and misdemeanors are punishable by a year or less in the county jail. Because there are more consequences in a felony, there are also some additional safeguards in place. Types of Crimes Felonies are usually either more sever crimes or crimes that are enhanced Read More