Traffic tickets can be an annoying part of life. At some point or another the vast majority of people are likely to receive a traffic ticket for something. As a result, knowing a little bit about fighting Texas traffic tickets can work in your favor. This article applies to Non-CDL drivers. More often than not,
POM is one of the most common criminal charges in Texas. Most of the time people get caught after they’ve been pulled over. Usually the person smoked weed in the car, recently smoked weed and smells like it on their clothes, and/or they have burnt roaches in their ashtrays. Keep it out of your car and think
The holidays are approaching. This means more time getting together with friends and family. As with most social events, there are usually drinks being shared in the home, at bars/restaurants, or other event venues. If you choose to have too many drinks and get behind the wheel, you can be charged with DWI in Texas.
Complicated tasks take preparation to complete. Preparing for an ALR Hearing is no different. But the first thing to take into consideration is whether there was a Breath/Blood test refusal or failure. This first consideration will give you a road map for preparing for an ALR Hearing. Breath Test Refusal First, we start with reason
Two clients recently got arrested for DWI and came into my office. One was for a DWI over .08 but less than .15. The other was for a DWI over .15.What’s the difference between the two? The first is a class B misdemeanor and the second is a class A misdemeanor. Q: What do the
The reason I’m writing these blog posts are to help you understand part of what’s going on during your criminal case, or the case of someone you care about. A lot of these questions my clients have asked me in the past and I’m sure that you will find them helpful too. You’re not the
How did we get here? – TxTag and MSB/CTRMA If you’ve turned on the news lately, you’re likely to see issues that have been arising with the toll roads, locally Central Texas’ toll roads – 45 East, 45 West, 183A North, 183A South, 130 North, 130 South, 290 East, and 290 West. These roads were funded