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Criminal Trespass in Texas

Criminal Trespass in Texas

Attorney Marsh

One of my recent cases involved a woman charged with criminal trespass. To make a long story short, she had been dating a man who lived at his mother’s house. Mom did not like her son dating my client. Eventually the two split up. My client received a Criminal Trespass Notice from police telling her not to go back to the property. After all was said and done, she went back to the mother’s house and got into an argument with her. The police later arrested her and charged her with Criminal Trespass, a Class B misdemeanor. A criminal trespass…

Fourth Amendment Exceptions – Consent

Fourth Amendment Exceptions – Consent

This is the third part in my series of posts on Fourth Amendment Exceptions. The Fourth Amendment requires police officers to get search warrants from a Judge when they want to search you, your home, your car, your office, etc…  If you remember from previous posts,  Fourth Amendment Exceptions are situations where police don’t need to get warrants. The previous two posts were the exceptions of 1) Exigency, and 2) Search incident to arrest. What is consent? Can I search your car/house/pockets? Consent is the legal term for “permission.” When you give someone consent, it means you give them permission…

What is Assault Causes Bodily Injury in Texas

What is Assault Causes Bodily Injury in Texas?

Simply put, assault causes bodily injury is any unwanted contact between two people. In my experience, assault cases almost always happen because of drugs and/or alcohol. It doesn’t matter whether or not there was a visible mark or injury. This applies to bar fights, grabbing someone else with your hand, punching, kicking, slapping etc…. In the State’s case against you, they don’t need to show bruising, bit marks, blood, cuts, or other physical injuries. A punch to the stomach wouldn’t show a bruise, would it? How did I get charged with Assault Causes Bodily Injury in Texas? If you made…