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  • “Another Nuts-and-Bolts Primer on Batson Challenges”

Batson v. Kentucky is again front and center in the United States Supreme Court. On May 26, 2015 the Court granted certiorari in Read Article →

Consent searches are the bane of the Bryan-College Station criminal defense attorney. Next to our client's confession, the biggest headache for defense lawyers is a consent search. In th...

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Finally, a good Fourth Amendment search and seizure decision from the United States Supreme Court.


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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 remain silent. One

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Persons accused of DWI in Bryan-College Station are often subject to "conditions of bond" imposed by the judge who set bond after arrest. In cases where the person is alleged to haveRead Article →

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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Thanks to my friend, Robert Guest, for posting this. A Read Article →

On June 17, 2013 the Supreme Court of these great United States (SCOTUS) ruled a criminal suspect Read Article →

Occasionally I'll visit the Texas District & County Attorneys Association (TDCAA) website and check on r...

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The Fifth Amendment to the United States Constitution prohibits self-incrimination. We've all heard (and can probably recite) our constitutional right to remain silent. Further, the high court's 1966 decision in Read Article →