Kingwood Criminal Defense Law Blog

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…
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Jul 15 2021
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…
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Feb 24 2021
Mistakes are a part of life, and, unfortunately, some of those mistakes can follow us for years. In Texas, and the U.S. generally, a criminal record can affect the opportunities available to you throughout your life even if you are not convicted of a crime.
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Dec 22 2020
If you are stopped for riding a bicycle, push scooter, or skateboard after consuming beer, wine, or any other alcoholic beverage, your best bet is to contact a knowledgeable defense attorney.
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Nov 24 2020
In Texas, if a person is found guilty of DWI, the conviction remains on the driver’s permanent record. It is not removed even years after the offense is committed.
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Nov 03 2020
If you failed to show up for a court appearance for a traffic violation, failed to pay a fine or have violated probation, chances are you will find out the hard way just what a capias warrant is.
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Jun 23 2020
If you are issued a summons, it’s crucial that you attend court at the date and time specified. Failing to do so means you will lose your case by default, and if it is a criminal case, the court will likely issue a warrant for…
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Apr 28 2020
When a person holds another person captive against their will without proper authority, it is called false imprisonment. Kidnapping is the best-known type of false imprisonment and it is a serious criminal offense that carries heavy charges for people who are convicted.
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Mar 24 2020
Driving while intoxicated (DWI) in Texas can be a very serious offense that can affect your life for years to come. It carries punishments that include steep fines, loss of license, and in some cases, even jail time.
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Feb 04 2020