DWI Texas Interlock and Breathalyzer Scams  You (or someone you know) has just been arrested for Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) in Texas. Prior to appearing for your first court date, […]

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Life at the Harris County Criminal Courthouse Post-Harvey Hurricane Harvey has come and gone, but its impact still looms. The Harris County Criminal Courthouse no novice to flooding took its […]

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High Water: The Impact of Hurricane Harvey on Harris County Criminal Courthouses

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High Water: The Impact of Hurricane Harvey on Harris County Criminal Courthouses Harris County Criminal Courthouse The Harris County Criminal Courthouse is a mess. Word on the street has the […]

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Block Party: DWI Nondisclosure in Texas

Recently the Governor signed H.B. No. 3016 allowing those convicted of first time DWIs to have their record non-disclosed (blocked) provided certain criteria is met. The DWI nondisclosure law becomes […]

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Freeing Tiger: Breaking Down Tiger’s DWI/DUI Arrest: Part 2 – Intoxication

DWIs or DUIs are some of the most litigated cases in the criminal justice system. They are very fact-dependent cases, where strategy can change in a heartbeat depending on how […]

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Freeing Tiger: Breaking Down the DWI/DUI Arrest – Part 1

DWIs or DUIs are some of the most litigated cases in the criminal justice system. They are fact-dependent cases, where strategy can change in a heartbeat as new information is revealed. […]

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Winning at Voir Dire: 54 Steps to Jury Selection Success

Look at the photo above. What do you see? A) Lava B) An Ocean C) A Desert D) Mountains E) Something Else Ask others what they see. You will find […]

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Harris County Misdemeanor Marijuana Diversion Program

Effective March 1, 2017, the District Attorney’s Office will unveil the Harris County Misdemeanor Marijuana Diversion Program (MMDP). This program aims to give citizens a chance to avoid misdemeanor marijuana […]

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