Online Impersonation

Published: Oct 30, 2015

People use online as a forum for free speech.  Sometimes, people use satire to make points.  Unfortunately, Texas law, limits a person’s ability to express themselves online.  The creation of a profile for another person may be a crime.  It could be...

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Intoxication Assault

Published: Oct 30, 2015

Intoxication Assault cases arise when a driver is intoxicated and involved in an accident.  Intoxication Assault is a serious allegation. However, Intoxication Assault is also complex.  To be convicted of Intoxication Assault, the State has to prove...

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Burglary of a Building or Habitation

Published: Oct 30, 2015

There are three ways to commit a burglary of a building or habitation under Texas law.  Whether something is a trespass or a burglary depends on what the person does or intends to do in the building or habitation. Burglary Offense Under section...

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Arson

Published: Oct 30, 2015

When people think of arson, they think of serious house fires or insurance scams where the owner of a building destroys the property to get the insurance money. Under Texas law, arson entails much more. Arson can be anything from burning vegetation, a...

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Driving While Intoxicated 2nd Offense

Published: Oct 05, 2015

DWI laws are complex.  Generally, a DWI is a Class B Misdemeanor.  This offense can be increased if the person has been previously convicted of a driving while intoxicated offense.  Prosecutors do not always catch this at first when charging the...

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Unlawful Possession of a Firearm by a Felon

Published: Sep 23, 2015

Unlawful Possession of a Firearm Attorney There are three instances where a person may be charged with unlawful possession of a firearm, a violation of 46.04 of the Texas Penal Code.  First, under Texas law, the person was previously convicted of a...

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Unlawful Carrying Weapons

Published: Sep 23, 2015

Unlawful Carrying Weapons Attorney in Fort Worth Believe it or not most people charged with this offense had virtually no idea that they were breaking the law.  Generally, law abiding citizens will have a weapon for personal protection without the...

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Theft of Property

Published: Sep 23, 2015

Theft of Property 50-500 Attorney Theft of property $50-$500 is called by a variety of names shoplifting, petty theft, and larceny.  More often this offense originates in big box stores like Target, Walmart, and BestBuy.  It also includes receiving...

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