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Archives for: April, 2019

Apr 25

Resisting Arrest in Texas: What Does It Mean?

Resisting Arrest

Being put under arrest is unpleasant, yes, but it is common knowledge that resisting can leave you open to further charges – namely “resisting arrest.” The key phrase here is “further charges.” If you are already being arrested for something – whether or not you believe you are guilty – the last thing you want to do is give law enforcement reasons to tack on more charges and penalties.

What if you’re being wrongly arrested, though? Aren’t there certain regulations the police must follow in order to make an arrest? Shouldn’t you make it known if you don’t think you are being arrested legitimately? You can’t simply be arrested for resisting arrest… can you?

If you ask one group [...]

Apr 19

When Prescription Drugs Can Get You Charged with a Crime in Texas

Drug Crimes | Prescription Drugs

When we think of “drugs,” we typically think of two types: controlled substances (illegal drugs like marijuana and cocaine) and prescription drugs.

In the eyes of the law, these two types of drugs aren’t always so different. There are many scenarios where people can be arrested and charged with a crime even if they are caught with drugs that you can get from a health professional.

Moreover, charges related to prescription drugs can be just as serious as charges related to drugs typically considered more “serious.”

How might you potentially get charged with a crime related to a prescription drug in Texas?

Texas Possession Laws and Prescription Drugs

A handful of prescription drugs double as serious controlled substances. Having these [...]

Apr 12

What You Should Know about Felony Domestic Violence in Texas

Domestic Violence

In the past, many domestic violence charges could be – and often were – dropped altogether. That changed with the latest round of Texas criminal justice reforms, which automatically charge repeat domestic violence offenders with a felony, making it more important than ever to fight back.

Today’s post provides the basics about domestic violence, what penalties convictions carry, and how the courts currently view these cases.

If you are facing domestic violence charges, and need help negotiating reduced charges and getting back on the right track, an experienced Texas family violence attorney can help.


Texas recognizes three different crimes of domestic violence: domestic assault, aggravated domestic assault, and continuous violence against the family. These charges may [...]

Apr 5

What Texans Need to Know about Injury to a Child Charges

Injury to a Child

Injury to a child in this state is taken seriously – Texas law is direct and highly punitive.

Take a Conroe man convicted in a severe child abuse trial by jury on two counts of injury to a child earlier this year. The offenses were against two toddlers, who sustained multiple injuries including severe head trauma, fractures, lacerations, and burns, among others.

Prosecution submitted evidence of the man’s text messages directing the children’s mother to lie to authorities, and brought to light the perpetrator’s tendency toward domestic violence, citing “previous abuse of two other children of similar age in a similar way.”

As punishment for his actions, the judge stacked two life terms, and the offender will not begin [...]

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