The Offense of Prostitution in Texas, Soliciting a Prostitute, Prostitution Stings in Texas

The prostitution laws in Texas are broad in that they cover both soliciting a sex act from another as well as agreeing to perform a sex act in exchange for a fee. by, Criminal Defense Attorney  The prostitution laws in Texas also prohibit offers and agreements to engage in sexual conduct in return for a […]

Texas Open Carry and Concealed Carry Laws

The offense of Unlawfully Carrying a Weapon in Texas covers several different weapons – handguns, a club, and certain “illegal” knives. By, Houston Criminal Lawyer . When Can You (legally) Carry A Weapon in Texas? That question is mostly addressed in Texas Penal Code Sec. 46.02 (referenced below). This statute makes clear that a person […]

DWLI Texas | Driving While License Invalid

What is Driving While License Suspended or Driving While License Invalid? Criminal Attorney Explains – (281) 853-8537. When an individual possesses a Texas driver’s license and financial responsibility (car insurance) for his vehicle, he is able to drive a properly registered and inspected vehicle on our roads and highways. As long as that individual obeys […]

Can You Refuse A Breathalyzer Test?

When an individual is pulled over and investigated for Driving While Intoxicated in Texas, the officer will usually request that he perform various field sobriety tests in addition to questioning that person as part of the DWI investigation. Houston Criminal Defense Lawyer, Call (281) 853-8537 If placed under arrest for DWI, the officer will request […]

Order of Non Disclosure – Texas Attorney

Texas Criminal Attorney discusses Non Disclosure. Call (281) 853-8537 for a free consultation with a criminal lawyer. We get questions on this topic all to often. It’s one of the most misunderstood issues in Texas criminal law. Let us know if you have any questions. Video Summary: Non Disclosure is commonly referred to as sealing […]

Tampering With Evidence – Texas Attorney Explains

From: Houston Attorney – “Tampering With Evidence is one of the fastest ways to upgrade your misdemeanor to a felony.” Video Summary: From the Texas Penal Code: Sec. 37.09. TAMPERING WITH OR FABRICATING PHYSICAL EVIDENCE. (a) A person commits an offense if, knowing that an investigation or official proceeding is pending or in progress, he: […]

Expunction Texas, Definition & Felony Expungement

Expunctions are something we hear a lot about. Many times I get approached by a concerned parent or relative asking me if their loved one qualifies for an expungement in Texas… Houston Criminal Attorney. Call (281) 853-8537 for a free consultation. Video Notes: Expunction Vs. Expungement – In Texas they are virtually the same. Who […]

The Penalty For Evading Arrest | Det W/Veh

Evading Arrest/Detention With Vehicle According to the Texas Penal Code, evading arrest or detention with a vehicle is a serious offense, punishable by jail time and heavy fines. If an officer has, in fact, given a driver lawful verbal or audible signals to stop for any reason, he/she is legally obligated to comply, as evading […]

Will I Go To Jail For DUI Child Endangerment?

You should never drive while you are intoxicated. Always designate a driver or find a safe way to travel. Criminal attorney in Houston, Tx (281) 853-8537. DWI With Child In Car | Texas Criminal Attorney Most people aren’t aware of the criminal offense, Driving While Intoxicated With A Child Passenger. This is actually a state […]

Can I Get My License Back After A Texas DWI Conviction?

So you were just arrested for Driving While Intoxicated? It was an awful and embarrassing experience. You were pulled over, pulled out of your vehicle, subjected to field sobriety “tests” on the side of the road for the world to see, asked to blow into a breath test machine or forced to give a sample […]