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  • Filing a Motion to Suppress in Texas
    Filing a Motion to Suppress in Texas

    When it comes to criminal investigations and prosecutions, the evidence is critical. Since defendants are not supposed to be convicted of crimes unless “proven” guilty, the evidence is absolutely ...

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  • What is a White Collar Crime?
    What is a White Collar Crime?

    In the criminal justice system, we have state and federal crimes , infractions, misdemeanors, and felonies. We also have capital felonies and white-collar crimes. For the purposes of this article, ...

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  • Traveling Abroad with a Recent Felony Conviction
    Traveling Abroad with a Recent Felony Conviction

    When someone is convicted of a felony, they will experience several negative consequences. With a felony on their criminal record, it will be harder to find employment. It will be harder to rent an ...

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  • Child Support for Incarcerated Parents in Texas
    Child Support for Incarcerated Parents in Texas

    When someone is convicted of a crime and sentenced to jail or prison, it doesn’t mean that their life automatically stops. They will have to address their job. They will still have to pay their auto ...

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  • What is Supervised Release in Federal Cases?
    What is Supervised Release in Federal Cases?

    Are you or someone you love facing federal charges in Dallas or anywhere else in Texas? If so, it’s important that you know that federal charges are separate from state charges. Generally, a person ...

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  • Renting an Apartment? Your Background Can Be Checked
    Renting an Apartment? Your Background Can Be Checked

    Are you facing criminal charges in Dallas or anywhere else in the Lone Star State? If so, it’s very important that you understand that a criminal record cannot only affect employment for years to ...

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