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  • Seven Ways A Criminal Defense Attorney Can Help You

Our country's criminal justice system is comprised of individuals and agencies working together to investigate crime on the streets and dole-out justice in the courtroom. When someone is arrested thisRead Article →

The Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution has three main purposes. First, it protects the person, the home, and a person's belongings. Second, it prohibits unreasonable searchesRead Article →

There are many misconceptions about our criminal justice system. But the more you know about how the system really works, the better you'll assert your rights and protect your interests whenRead Article →

Many clients ask "how does evidence get tossed out of court?" At trial, your criminal defense lawyer may challenge the evidence against you through the cross-examination of theRead Article →

Last month six defendants litigated a group suppression hearing which raised the issue of a warrantless search of a constitutionally protected space. The warrantless search resulted in theRead Article →

I dropped by a suppression hearing recently and listened to a prosecutor argue the merits of an anonymous tip, which they claimed justified an investigatory detention. I was puzzled. TheRead Article →

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 big...

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

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. OneRead Article →