What Does it Mean to Have Your Record Expunged?
Expunction is a legal tool that removes or limits the viewability of a charge on your record, making it easier to participate in everyday life.
Can Evidence in Drug Cases Be Affected by the Fourth Amendment?
Discussion on the details of the 4th amendment’s effect on the evidence found in drug cases.
Challenging DWI Breathalyzer Results
Results from breathalyzer tests are often the primary evidence presented in DWI cases…
10 Myths & Lies About Child Sex Cases
Being accused of a sex crime involving a child is a serious accusation that can result in jail time and a listing as a sex offender. Regrettably, numerous damaging myths and outright lies regarding these cases are commonplace.
Understanding the Consequences and Punishments of Revenge Porn
In the state of Texas, there have been recent changes to the law regarding this crime. Texans can be charged with revenge porn crimes even if they’ve been falsely accused and can face severe consequences, including prison time…
Can Your Internet Search History Get You Arrested?
Here are some of the Internet search terms that can be considered illegal and could land you in jail, including child porn, torrenting, etc…
What to Expect from a Drug Arrest
While marijuana use is being legalized in some states, it’s still illegal in many jurisdictions — as are a number of other drugs. Still, some individuals feel the risk of getting arrested on drug charges is lower than the reward of selling illegal narcotics.
How to Handle False Sexual Assault Allegations
Sexual assault allegations carry extremely serious penalties. A conviction can result in the loss of a person’s job, freedom, money, and reputation.
Prostitution Busts in High-End Hotels: More Common Than You Might Think
Where is the most common place for someone to get busted for soliciting sex or prostitution? You might think it is on the streets or in a shady motel, but the answer may surprise you.
Jury Nullification: Important Legal Tool to Challenge Unjust Laws
Most people are unaware that there is a constitutional doctrine known as “jury nullification.”