1. Warrantless Searches – An Atrocity

    Warrantless Searches And Your Constitutional Rights Everyone is familiar with the idea of needing a warrant before police can search a person’s property. Portrayed on television, viewers see police officers and prosecutors arguing about whether the…Read More

  2. MIP and Floating Down the River

    MIP - Floating the River and What You Should Know During the summer months, outdoor activities surrounding the water are very popular for families, teenagers, and college students. With the increased activity, law enforcement (including game wardens)…Read More

  3. Fighting Shoplifting Charges In Texas

    Shoplifting - Texas Misdemeanor This time of year is fraught with excitement. People are hustling to get their holiday shopping completed. The stores are packed with people and everyone is busy and rushed. But shoppers beware: this is the time of yea…Read More

  4. Important End of Life Legal Documents

    Power of Attorney and Other Important End of Life Legal Documents There are a number of legal documents that are important for end of life planning. Having these important documents in order before the time comes will ensure that your wishes are foll…Read More

  5. Marijuana Penalties in Texas

    Marijuana in Texas So you hear that other states have legalized marijuana and wonder what the laws look like in Texas? Hopefully, this article will help you understand both the crimes associated with marijuana (marihuana in Texas) and the possible …Read More

  6. Probate Alternative: Muniment of Title

    Probate or Muniment of Title? Contrary to popular belief, the traditional probate process in Texas is relatively easy. However, Texas also offers an even less complicated manner of disposing the estate of a loved one after he or she passes.  Unique …Read More

  7. Juvenile vs. Adult – When Minors Break The Law

    Children. They can be the apple of a parent’s eye or a parent’s pride and joy. However, some children push the boundaries that parents set, even going as far as breaking the law. If a child, who is considered a minor, is charged with a crime, he…Read More

  8. Will – Do I Need One?

    Will I Need an Estate Plan? It never hurts to be prepared. And more importantly, you can have a positive impact on your family by setting your affairs in order long before you need to. But here are some good reasons to think about drafting a will: …Read More

  9. DWI – Now What?

    So you got a DWI? Now what? DWI is one of the most common cases we see. Someone had a few too many at the office party or celebrating a promotion and managed to get charged with driving drunk. So what happens next? There are several steps to take (a…Read More