Criminal lawyers often receive evidence in the form of photographs, audio recordings, and video recordings. In order to be admissible in court the image or recording must be authentic. Today, […]

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From the early 2000s the Houston Police Department Crime Lab, currently known as the Houston Forensic Science Center, has exemplified scandal. It is indeed why Houston is the nation’s frontrunner […]

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In seeking a solution to a tightly guarded criminal justice issue, the Innocence Project released a report finding prosecutors across the country are rarely held accountable for conduct that lands innocent people in […]

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        Felony Possession of a Controlled Substance – Dismissed. Our client was the passenger of a vehicle that was stopped and searched. Both our client and the […]

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Walk into any criminal courtroom and you will see hundreds of flat, lifeless, 8 x 11 inch file folders. Inside you will find charging instruments, offense reports, witness statements, criminal histories, […]

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Spring in Texas brings Southern California-like weather, crawfish, and March Madness. While collegiate athletes across the country fight for the ultimate prize, husbands, wives, employees, employers, and friends, fight for NCAA […]

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Criminal Attorney – Recording the Police, Dos and Don’ts. Criminal Attorney – Do:  Record. In Texas you are legally allowed to record police encounters as long as you do not […]

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Texas Criminal Defense and Police at your Home: There is no greater protection to police searches and seizures than in your home. Understanding how to exercise those protections is crucial […]

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