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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Tax Avoidance vs. Tax Evasion Differences and Legality

Tax Avoidance vs. Tax Evasion Differences and Legality

If you lower your tax bill under false pretenses, you will run into issues. It’s time to look at tax avoidance vs. tax evasion so you can avoid breaking the law. You may take legal steps toward avoidance to ensure maximum after-tax income. On the other hand, if you fail to pay your tax bill

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Sentencing Hearing – Do You Go to Jail Right After Sentencing?

Sentencing Hearing – Do You Go to Jail Right After Sentencing?

During the sentencing hearing, the judge will analyze the pre-sentence report, and he or she will listen to arguments from the prosecution, defense, and even the victim. What Is a Sentencing Hearing? A defendant’s sentencing hearing represents the final step in a criminal prosecution. It differs from the trial itself, in that the judge is

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Bad Check Laws in Texas – Penalty for Writing Hot Checks

Bad Check Laws in Texas – Penalty for Writing Hot Checks

One of the greatest challenges we face is managing money. Many people come close to overdrawing their bank accounts. If you write a check with insufficient funds in your account, you can’t cover that check and it is considered a bad check. Continue reading to learn more about Texas Penal Code 32.41, which addresses the

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How to Choose a Criminal Defense Attorney

How to Choose a Criminal Defense Attorney

One of the most difficult choices you may ever face is deciding how to choose a criminal defense lawyer for yourself or a loved one. We get it. It’s hard, but it’s also important to find a good criminal defense attorney, someone who boasts a reputation of dependability and success. There are several factors you’ll

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Invoice Fraud, Double Invoicing, and Who Is Liable – Owner or Employer?

Invoice Fraud, Double Invoicing, and Who Is Liable – Owner or Employer?

Most businesses send and receive invoices on a regular basis, which means they must be careful about the possibility of invoice fraud. Some dishonest individuals make it a point to take advantage of companies that generally trust the typical invoice. The result is that those companies end up paying more than they should. If you

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