When you are convicted of a crime in Texas, defense lawyers know there are a number of ways that punishment is dealt with during the sentencing phase of a trial. As criminal defense attorneys can attest, such punishment may include fines and restitution which is paid after being convicted; however, [...]
Normally, getting divorced in Texas requires one spouse and his or her lawyers to file a petition for divorce and the other spouse to respond to that petition. Yet there are times when divorce attorneys work with individuals who are seeking to terminate their marriage to a partner they cannot contact [...]
A DWI in Texas is a serious offense that all DWI lawyers can tell you carries substantial penalties. Attorneys point out that conviction can leave you with a permanent criminal record, expensive fines, and potential jail time as well as affect your auto insurance rates, employability, and many [...]
The word divorce often conjures up ideas of emotional marital splits fraught with stress and fighting. Yet divorce lawyers know that not every situation involves a lot of conflict. As many attorneys can attest, some low conflict marriages can end with a low conflict divorce.
While this may seem [...]
According to Federal law, all U.S. citizens charged with a crime anywhere in the United States have certain legal rights that apply to their processing through the judicial system. Although the presumption is that you are innocent until proven guilty, criminal defense attorneys stress the need for you [...]
Almost any divorce lawyer would agree that getting divorced is something couples should consider very seriously before moving forward. Divorce is a life-changing event that has permanent results for both spouses, so it is something that should be carefully planned for the best outcome. Some divorces can [...]
Criminal defense attorneys often have to make a decision with their clients about whether or not they will testify during trial proceedings. This is an important decision that can definitely affect the trial both positively or negatively. The decision whether or not to testify is unique to every [...]