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Questions To Ask A Criminal Defense Lawyer

By Katie L. Gomez |

Whether you have been arrested for or charged with a criminal offense in Texas, or you have reason to believe that you are under investigation for a criminal offense and could soon be facing an arrest or charges, it is essential to find a Texas criminal defense attorney who can assist you with your… Read More »

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What Are The Steps After A Misdemeanor Arrest?

By Katie L. Gomez |

If you have been arrested for a misdemeanor offense (or for a felony offense) in Texas, it is important to understand the steps in the criminal justice process in the state and how a Temple criminal defense attorney can assist with your defense throughout your case. Whether you are arrested for a drug offense,… Read More »

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What Is An Affirmative Defense?

By Katie L. Gomez |

When you are facing any kind of misdemeanor charges in Texas, it is essential to work on a strong defense strategy that is tailored to the precise charges you are facing, as well as to the particular circumstances surrounding your arrest. You should always work with a Temple criminal defense lawyer to determine which… Read More »

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Dropped And Reduced Charges, Dismissals, And Acquittals: What Are The Differences?

By Katie L. Gomez |

Anyone who is facing criminal charges in Texas should understand the differences in types of terminology used to mean that you are no longer facing charges. Sometimes you will hear about charges getting “dropped,” and sometimes you will hear about a case getting “dismissed.” In some circumstances, the charges will be “reduced.” You might… Read More »

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What Are My Rights If I Am Arrested In Texas?

By Katie L. Gomez |

If you are stopped or searched due to suspicion of a criminal offense, or you are arrested in Texas for a criminal offense, it is critical to understand that you have important rights. Some of those rights are ones that you can exercise, and others apply to a wide variety of circumstances involving arrest… Read More »

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