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Kyle Therrian Named to 2019 ‘Rising Stars’

Kyle Therrian was selected for the 2019 Rising Stars list, a multi-phase selection process that mirrors the patented methodology used to assemble the Super Lawyers list. Attorneys designated as Rising Stars are up-and-coming attorneys who are 40 years of age or younger and have practiced law for 10 years or less. No more than 2.5 […]


Be Cautious When Buying CBD Oil

CBD oil is currently taking Texas by storm. Many people swear by this product to help manage the symptoms of many different diseases and ailments. However, CBD oil is made from the cannabis plant, so it could potentially contain THC, which would make the oil a banned substance. Buyer beware! The state needs more manufacturing […]


What Is an Affidavit of Non-Prosecution (ANP) and How Does It Affect a Criminal Case?

Many Collin County criminal cases start with someone contacting the police and filing a report. This is a common occurrence in family violence cases–someone tells the police their partner assaulted them. After some time has passed, however, the accuser may not wish to go forward with criminal prosecution. Maybe the person made up the whole […]


Rosenthal & Wadas Attorneys Selected for 2018 Super Lawyers List

Rosenthal & Wadas PLLC is pleased to announce that Derk Wadas and Bo Kalabus have been selected for inclusion in the 2018 Texas Super Lawyers list. Derk Wadas serves as a managing partner of Rosenthal & Wadas and has been selected for the Super Lawyer list for 5 consecutive years. He is Board Certified in […]


Fireworks in Collin County, Texas

With the Fourth of July coming up next week, we pulled some facts together about shooting off fireworks in Collin County. Can I shoot off my own fireworks in Collin County? Use and possession of fireworks is allowed, but only in the unincorporated areas of Collin County. In other words, as long as you are […]


Firearm Discovered at TSA Checkpoint – What Now?

Gun laws can be confusing. Every state has its own laws, and there are federal laws that come into play as well. Plus, some state laws are not transferable everywhere, so it’s not uncommon for people to face weapons offenses even though they believe that are within their legal rights. Most states—like Texas—have concealed carry […]


Four Professionals Everyone Should Have On Speed-Dial

The changing to a new year is often a time to reflect and make improvements to our lives and routines. However, we will all need help with some things in the new year, and those who can help us are worth their weight in gold. There are four professionals that everyone needs to ensure are […]


Texas Criminal Laws That Took Effect in 2015

This past summer, the 84th Texas Legislature put a number of new criminal laws on the books that took effect in September of 2015. In fact, Texas will see more than 1,200 new laws this year that may have an effect on criminal cases throughout the state. Although many of these new laws are quite […]


What To Do When CPS Shows Up At Your Door?

Child abuse is a serious accusation and a serious crime. However, in this day and age, child abuse accusations are sadly made more often than they should be, sometimes as weapons in a nasty divorce or custody case. If you haven’t yet learn how to file for divorce. Whatever the reason, if Child Protective Services […]


What Happens at a Juvenile Detention Hearing?

If your child has been arrested, you have probably been informed that he or she will be having a “juvenile detention hearing.”  If your child was arrested in Collin County this hearing will probably be held at the John R Roach Detention Center.  Under Chapter 54 of the Texas Family Code, your child is entitled […]