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Month: April 2019

Avoiding the Collateral Consequences of a DWI

All criminal cases have collateral consequences. For example, when people Google your name, some very unflattering images and entries may appear at the top of the page. Furthermore, many people must miss work to attend court appearances. Finally, criminal proceedings...

Five Car Crash Dos and Don’ts

In a criminal investigation, the first 48 hours is usually the critical time. In much the same way, the first 48 hours after a car crash have a significant bearing on the rest of your case. Many victims unintentionally create problems for their Fort Worth personal...

Responding to Common Larry Joe Taylor Arrests

Thousands of people go to music festivals like this one. Truth be told, I might be one of them. Because of the crowd, there's always a very large police presence at these festivals. Usually, officers are basically a visual deterrent to crime and a presence to make...

Evidence in a Car Crash Claim

To obtain compensation for their car wreck injuries, victim/plaintiffs must establish negligence, or a lack of ordinary care, by a preponderance of the evidence (more likely than not). That's the lowest standard of proof in Texas law. However, there's normally a...

What is an ALR Hearing and Why Does It Matter?

DWI has sweeping consequences. Sometimes, they do not affect all arrestees. For example, prosecutors normally only file DWI-related child endangerment charges if there was a biological, adopted, or step child in the vehicle with the defendant at the time. But drivers'...

Three Types of Swimming Pool Injuries

During the summer of 2017, Texas had the highest number of swimming pool fatalities in the country. The casualty count in the Lone Star State increased over 30 percent from 2017. These victims may be entitled to substantial compensation if the landowner had a legal...