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  • “How Might Criminal Defendants Fare With a Justice Neil M. Gorsuch?”

If confirmed by the United States Senate, Judge Neil M. Gorsuch would fill the SCOTUS vacancy left by Antonin Scalia. During his 30 years on the Court, Justice Scalia moved theRead Article →

Last month we introduced the toxicological aspects of cross-examining

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Prosecutors like to use it. Occasionally, we may like it, too. Retrograde extrapolation is the method by which one estimates a person's BAC at the time of driving based upon a chemical testRead Article →

Metrology is the science of measurement. The State often relies upon measurements to prove allegations against our clients. For example, the determination of breath and blood alcoholRead Article →

Successfully summoning an out-of-state witness to testify in Texas is a chore.¬†Texas Code of Criminal Procedure, Article 24.28 is entitled Uniform Act to Secure Attendance of Witnesses fromRead Article →

How do your individual attributes and professional experiences create value in the lives of other people? What qualities do you project? For what are you known for? In total, these thingsRead Article →

You reviewed the probable cause and interviewed your new client after receiving the court-appointment order. Prior to meeting the client, perhaps, you received a call from their mother whoRead Article →

It seems I've been dangling Off the Back lately . . . regularly advising good clients of bad news. It's been a headwind, for sure. And not something to shar...

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Our money is rarely a topic of conversation at the courthouse. We are often stoked to talk about the law . . . always primed to share details of our latest victory or penetrating cross-Read Article →

In Brazos County the Department of Public Safety has been using sleight-of-hand to prove up blood test results in ALR failure cases. Their conjuring attempts to correct an evidentiaryRead Article →