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Justice of the Peace Court in Texas

Justice of the Peace Court in Texas

When it comes to criminal cases, your case may be assigned to a Justice of the Peace Court, Municipal Court, County Court, or District Court. A Justice of the Peace Court in Texas and a Municipal Court for example (City of Austin, City of Round Rock, City of Georgetown) handle the same level of criminal charges. The level of criminal charges are Class C misdemeanors and they are the lowest level criminal charge in Texas. Justice of the Peace Court in Texas In Texas, the counties are broken up into sections. These sections are called Precincts. The Justice of the…

Conditions of Probation in Texas

Conditions of Probation in Texas

In a previous post I explained the difference between deferred adjudication probation and “straight probation in Texas.” If you’re not sure about the difference between the two, or whether or not the difference matters, go back and read that post. Not all probation is the same. Normally, you’re placed on probation because of an agreement between you and the State. This is a part of the plea bargain. In exchange for your plea of guilty, your sentence will be probated as part of your plea bargain. As with everything else, Probation comes with terms and condition. What are the “normal”…

Job Hunting and Your Texas Criminal Record

Job Hunting and Your Texas Criminal Record

This is a problem that I discuss with my clients even before I start working on their cases. It’s a bigger deal than a conviction itself. It’s about job hunting and your Texas criminal record. It can affect your short term and long term earning potential. When clients come into my office, and while I’m working on their cases, I’m actively planning for the best possible outcome for them. I’m always trying to plan ahead and put them in a position to later have their record sealed. In Texas, as I’ve mentioned before, “record sealing” takes two forms. One is…