5 Tips To Handle A Hit & Run

If you're involved in a hit-and-run, there are allegations that you were involved in an accident and failed to stop and provide your identifying and contact information, driver's license number and insurance information. The severity of the charge and what it's punishable by usually depend on whether there were any

December 3rd, 2015|Categories: Criminal Defense, Hit and Run|

Do You Know Your Rights?

Frequently, I ask clients why they allowed a police officer to search them when they knew they had drugs on their person or in their vehicle. Often times, I’m told that they thought the police would search them regardless of whether they consented. While that may be true and you

January 9th, 2015|Categories: Criminal Defense, Questions About Law|

Why Do We Have So Many Police?

Let’s say you see a crime being committed and you want to call the police, but wait... who do you call? For example, if you are in central Texas do you call the Austin Police? The Travis County Sherriff’s Office? The State Troopers (Texas DPS) or the Constable? The Attorney

September 8th, 2014|Categories: Criminal Defense, Questions About Law|