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

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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

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Attorney Vanita Budhrani Parker Joins Rosenthal & Wadas

Rosenthal & Wadas is pleased to announce the addition of attorney Vanita Budhrani Parker to its practice, having joined the firm in September 2018. With more than 20 years of criminal law experience, including her background as both a Dallas

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Rosenthal & Wadas Attorneys Selected for 2018 Super Lawyers List

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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

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Fireworks in Collin County, Texas

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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

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Kyle Therrian Named to 2018 ‘Best Lawyers Under 40 List’ by D Magazine

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D Magazine has selected Kyle Therrian to the 2018 edition of Best Lawyers Under 40, a list that recognizes outstanding young attorneys in North Texas. Kyle focuses his practice on representing individuals in both pending criminal cases and in criminal

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Firearm Discovered at TSA Checkpoint – What Now?

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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

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Do you have plans on “Black Wednesday”?

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Most Americans are familiar with the term “Black Friday,” the shopping day after Thanksgiving when consumers flock to stores to find bargains galore. Not as many people are aware of “Black Wednesday” or “Blackout Wednesday”, the evening before Thanksgiving that

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What Is Deferred Adjudication in Texas?

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A criminal conviction can have a serious impact on your life. Beyond the actual sentence–including the possibility of jail time–a conviction of any kind can make it harder to get a job, receive certain government benefits, and even exercise basic

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Rosenthal & Wadas Attorneys Named to the 2017 Texas Super Lawyers List

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We are pleased to announce that two attorneys from Rosenthal & Wadas have been named 2017 Texas Super Lawyers by their peers for outstanding work in Criminal law. This is an exclusive list, recognizing no more than five percent of

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What Is an Administrative License Revocation (ALR) Hearing?

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It is something that happens in Collin County every day: A police officer pulls you over on suspicion of a DWI. The officer asks you to take a breath or blood test to confirm her suspicion. You refuse and are

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