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  • “Who Should Polygraph Our Clients?”

For young criminal defense attorneys learning the ropes, "who should polygraph my client" is a familiar question. There are limited exceptions to this rule but, generally, defense attorneys should not permit their client toRead Article →

Consent searches are the bane of the Bryan-College Station criminal defense attorney. Next to our client's confession, the bigg...

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I've received some law book publisher flyers lately selling their wares about how criminal defense attorneys can teach their clients to respond to police questioning and use their right to silence. One

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College Station is a big university town. Each fall the population swells by 50,000 as Texas A&M Aggies flood the streets, restaurants, and apa...

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Effective police work is necessary for an orderly and safe society. But when you are the target of an investigation it's important to understand your personal rights and responsibilities.

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Police Line-Ups Unreliable January 8, 2013

Many wrongful convictions are due to mistakes made during police line ups. In these line ups, investigators present a witness with either a group of possible suspects or a series of photos and ask them to identify the perpetrator. These results are often used as evidence in court and sometimes help ...

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Criminal defense lawyers regularly deal with drug and marijuana possession issues in their law practices. The most common charges brought against folks in Bryan-College Station involve marijuana, controlled substances (including a dangerous drug), alcohol, and weapon charges. Read Article →

Let me preface my comments by saying any Bryan-College Station criminal defense lawyer who permits their client to take the polygraph examination administered by the Read Article →

Stephen Gustitis