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3 Errors to Avoid for your Green Card Process

As a person born outside of the United States who wishes to become a U.S. citizen through naturalization, you must obtain a green card if you want to move permanently to Texas or another part of the United States. Obtaining a green card is an important step in the immigration process. You may, however, do certain things that might put your green card at risk once you have it.

First-time DWI: How A Lawyer Can Help 

It’s a scary, confusing and stressful time for anyone who has been charged with their first-time DWI. You’ve probably had some serious consequences from the moment you were arrested, and those can be:

Deferred Adjudication: What is it?

Deferred adjudication is a type of probation that can help people with misdemeanor charges in Texas. It is also called deferred sentencing, which means the court will not sentence you until after you have successfully completed probation.

How long does it take to remove a Misdemeanor 

There are many reasons why a person might be looking to get their criminal record expunged. If you have a misdemeanor on your criminal record, it could be preventing you from getting a job, renting an apartment, traveling abroad or even qualifying for insurance. It’s important to know what options are available to clear your criminal record, and which one is the most appropriate for you.

It’s Spring Cleaning Time – Time to Review Your Estate Planning

Estate Planning is the process of establishing a plan that covers what will happen to your assets and your family if you were unable to continue managing them.

Got a Misdemeanor in Texas? Here is What You Need to Know 

Sentences are determined by the Texas court and will consider if the individual has past offenses, and whether there were other factors in the offense committed that can prolong or decrease jail time or fines incurred.

Why Contacting A Lawyer After A Car Accident is Important

When you find yourself in a car accident you are usually worried about a thousand things like calling 911, getting the other person’s information and shocked by what just occurred that calling a lawyer might be the last thing on your mind.

Texas Constitutional Carry Law

On September 1st, 2021, Texas law allowing a person over the age of 21 to carry a handgun without a license.  What does this mean?  A person that is lawfully allowed to carry a firearm can have on their possession a handgun either concealed or open carry.  Open carry does not mean that a person… Continue reading Texas Constitutional Carry Law

Justice should be affordable for EVERYONE

Every Texas County offers people who cannot afford representation the right to counsel.  This is either through a public defender, assigned counsel, or a contract attorney.  In order to receive “indigent defense,” their income level must meet a requirement.  To qualify for a public defender, a person must have an income that is no more than 25%… Continue reading Justice should be affordable for EVERYONE

Simple Assault

Simple assault in Texas typically carries misdemeanor penalties, but the offense can easily elevate to a felony. A person convicted of simple assault could face jail or prison time and hefty fines and fees.