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Can You Refuse to Testify if Subpoenaed by a Texas Court?

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Have you received a subpoena to testify as a witness in a criminal trial or grand jury proceeding? If so, you probably have many questions regarding the law and your rights. For example, can you ignore the subpoena? If not,

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Moving Out of State While On Probation

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In most misdemeanor–and many felony–cases, a defendant is not sent to jail upon conviction. Instead, Texas law allows the judge to sentence the defendant to community supervision, which is more commonly known as “probation” in other states. Probation basically means

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Our Philosophy on Defending DWI Charges

We aggressively defend DWI/DUI cases and the reason is simple.  There’s no choice. Drunk driving laws have been a one-direction vice grip which have been tightened over and over and over since the early 1980’s when Mother’s Against Drunk Drivers

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