Kingwood Criminal Defense Law Blog

If you are convicted of any type of crime in Texas — misdemeanor or felony — you have the right to file an appeal. The purpose of an appeal is to determine if the initial trial that led to your conviction was carried out fairly.
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Jul 16 2019
If you use your car on a regular basis, chances are that you will receive a traffic ticket at some point in your life. While many road violations are minor, reckless driving is a serious offense that can wreak havoc on your life if left…
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Jul 02 2019
When you are arrested for a misdemeanor or felony offense, you must go through certain stages of the criminal justice system before you have a chance to enter a plea.
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Jun 18 2019
The State of Texas has developed its own drug classification system outside the Controlled Substances Act of 1970. Instead of schedules, it categorizes drugs into penalty groups.
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Jun 04 2019
Crimes of a sexual nature are considered especially heinous, carry a stigma, and are penalized swiftly and harshly by the criminal justice system. However, sexual assault should not be confused with sexual harassment. While sexual assault is a criminal offense, sexual harassment is a civil…
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Apr 23 2019
While it’s best to consult an experienced DWI attorney for more detailed information, it can be helpful to have a general idea of what will take place during a DWI case in Texas
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Dec 13 2018
In Texas, every offense for driving while intoxicated (DWI) is a serious matter. Even a first-time conviction may result in thousands of dollars in fines.
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Sep 27 2018
In Texas, a DWI is Driving While Intoxicated and it is the legal term for drunk driving or driving while on drugs.
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Sep 19 2018