What Is an Abstract of Judgment in Texas? – How to File, Forms & More

What Is an Abstract of Judgment in Texas? – How to File, Forms & More

The modern court system in the State of Texas provides many protections for judgment debtors and navigating the post-judgment collection process can be overwhelming whether the judgment is from state court, the federal district court, or out-of-state and you still need to domesticate your judgment in Texas. One of the best tools in your toolbox

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Post-judgment Discovery in Texas | Interrogatories and More

Post-judgment Discovery in Texas | Interrogatories and More

After a monetary judgment is executed by a Texas Court, it’s up to a successful Plaintiff, who now becomes the judgment creditor, to enforce it against the unsuccessful Defendant, now the judgment debtor. The case may be over, but certain techniques used by lawyers, specifically discovery, are still available to help collect on a judgment

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Petition to Enforce Foreign Judgment in TX – Domestication of Judgment

Petition to Enforce Foreign Judgment in TX – Domestication of Judgment

If you are awarded a judgment from another state (a foreign judgment), then a “judgment domestication” must be initiated with your county clerk’s office. This article covers the details and stipulations surrounding the enforcement of foreign judgments. Can a Judgment Be Enforced in Another State? The United States Constitution’s Full Faith and Credit Clause, Article

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How to Collect on a Judgement in Texas

How to Collect on a Judgement in Texas

The modern court system in the State of Texas provides many protections for judgment debtors. Navigating the post-judgment collection process can be overwhelming whether the judgment is from state court, federal district court, or out-of-state. After countless demand letters go ignored, creditors often face even more litigation in hopes of getting paid. In this way,

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How Long Does a Criminal Record Last & Does It Ever Go Away?

How Long Does a Criminal Record Last & Does It Ever Go Away?

What Is a Criminal Record? A criminal record is made up of documents or a compilation or summary of documents maintained by state or federal governments that preserves, in chronological order, your history of violations, arrests, and convictions under criminal law. On the federal level, the FBI’s National Crime Information Center (NCIC) maintains a nationwide

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Can You Appeal a Guilty Plea? – Motion to Withdraw a Plea After Sentencing

Can You Appeal a Guilty Plea? – Motion to Withdraw a Plea After Sentencing

Plea bargaining has grown in popularity as criminal courts have become increasingly crowded, and constitutional concerns require cases to be moved speedily through the system. They are desirable because they are the result of a negotiation where prosecution and defense both maintain some control over the outcome, and hopefully, the attorneys develop a plea bargain

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14 Different Types of Legal Defenses in Criminal Law

14 Different Types of Legal Defenses in Criminal Law

When you have been charged with a crime, one of the first questions you might ask is what types of defenses are available to you. This is where you will need the to know the legal defenses in criminal law, and where defense lawyer strategies that have been perfected with time and experience can help

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What Is Possession of a Dangerous Drug in Texas?

What Is Possession of a Dangerous Drug in Texas?

What Is Possession of a Dangerous Drug in Texas? In the State of Texas, the Penal Code defines possession of an illegal item as actual care, custody, control or management of that item. To prove a case, the State must prove beyond a reasonable doubt not only that the defendant had an illegal item, but

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What to Do When Someone Is Arrested – Helping a Loved One

What to Do When Someone Is Arrested – Helping a Loved One

When someone you love is arrested it can be a stressful time, especially if you don’t know what to expect. If you’ve received a call from them, you may have limited information to work with. If you forget to ask something or don’t get all the information you need, what can you do? You may

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What Happens When Your Probation Is Revoked in Texas?

What Happens When Your Probation Is Revoked in Texas?

Probation is a common legal process meant to help criminals maintain their status as a functioning member of society. It allows them to stay with their family and continue working. People can make serious mistakes, and probation is one way to get their lives on track by honoring what the judge has required of them.

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How to Get a Federal Sentence Reduced – Prison Sentence Reduction

How to Get a Federal Sentence Reduced – Prison Sentence Reduction

Being convicted of a federal crime can be scary, especially when it’s the first time you’ve been charged and aren’t sure what to expect. Whether you’ve been convicted of fraud, conspiracy, drug charges, or a host of other crimes, you’ll want to know how much of a federal sentence must be served. Is there such

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