Texas Drug Trafficking Charges: Understanding & Challenging The Charges

The Intricacies of Texas Drug Trafficking Law Plunging headlong into the vast and labyrinthine maze of the Texas legal system can be exceedingly daunting, particularly when severe and complex drug trafficking charges further complicate the situation. A comprehensive understanding of these charges and their respective legal implications is not just beneficial but is fundamentally essential. […]

Texas Juvenile Shoplifting: Understanding the Consequences and Legal Options

Shoplifting is a prevalent issue that affects retailers and individuals alike. When it comes to juveniles, understanding the consequences and legal options for those charged with shoplifting is crucial. This article aims to shed light on the unique aspects of juvenile shoplifting cases and provide guidance for parents, guardians, and young individuals navigating this complex […]

What is the Statute of Limitations on Shoplifting in Texas?

Shoplifting is the theft of merchandise from a business premise. It is one of the “offenses against property” detailed in Title 7 of the Texas Penal Code and, more specifically, a theft offense consolidated under Section 31.03 of the Code. Theft offenses are classified according to the value of the property taken and, like most […]

Understanding Texas Penal Code 30.05

In Texas, the offense of criminal trespass, as outlined in Texas Penal Code 30.05, can lead to jail time and long-term consequences that can seriously impact your future. As such, if you are charged with this crime, you need to start thinking about how you will defend yourself...

Been Arrested: Can the Police Search My Phone?

Being arrested or approached by police can be intimidating. You may not know your rights, or you may feel pressured into consenting to police requests you’re not sure about. The Constitution protects us from “unreasonable search and seizures”, but what does that mean when you’re arrested? The police can search your pockets, and maybe even […]

Is Domestic Assault a Felony in Texas

Domestic violence is a serious problem both here at home in Texas, and across the country. In fact, in the United States it is estimated that one in three women, and one in four men will experience violence perpetrated by an intimate partner or family member at some point in their lives. Today we will take a closer look at each type of domestic violence crime in Texas and discuss what you should do if you have been arrested for domestic violence.