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What Can a Personal Injury Lawyer Do for Me?

Feb 13, 2021

Regardless of the type of accident you were involved in, when someone else caused your injuries and losses, a lawyer can help.  Personal injury claims center on the awarding of financial remedies—also called damages—to people who have suffered losses due to the negligence of another.  Whether you settle inside a courtroom or out, going with...

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What Is Considered a Violent Crime in Texas?

Jan 17, 2021

Violent crimes are some of the most harshly treated, whether at the federal level or the state level. Being convicted of a violent crime can mean severe consequences, including long-term incarceration, probation, house arrest, and the social and professional stigma associated with a criminal conviction. Each state has identified the crimes that match its definition...

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How a Felony Conviction Can Change Your Life

Dec 17, 2020

No one expects to be charged with a crime until they’re in handcuffs or sitting in jail. If you’ve been arrested on felony charges, it’s no exaggeration to say that actions you take to defend yourself now can impact the course of your life.  The consequences of a felony conviction are permanent and devastating. Having...

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What Happens When You Are Charged with a Federal Crime?

Nov 24, 2020

Criminal actions are illegal in both state and federal jurisdictions. Sometimes, when you commit a crime over state lines, in federal jurisdiction, or are investigated by a federal agency, you can be charged with a federal crime instead of a state crime.   Federal crimes are known to be more severe than their state equivalents. They...

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Is White Collar Crime a Felony?

Oct 16, 2020

Not every crime involves violence, but some can be just as traumatic and devastating. White collar crimes, for example, can leave ordinary people on the brink of bankruptcy and financial ruin, suffering physically and emotionally from their ordeal. White collar crimes are called this because those who commit these financially driven crimes typically work in...

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