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Probation Revocation in Texas

If you are on probation and the District Attorney files a Motion to Revoke Probation, it means the prosecutor believes that you have violated one or more of your terms of probation, and they are trying to get you arrested so you can be incarcerated in jail or prison....

Texas DWI & Job Applications

A driving while intoxicated (DWI) conviction undoubtedly can have an impact on a person’s employment opportunities. If you were arrested or convicted of DWI in Texas, you may be wondering, “Do I have to disclose my DWI on job applications?” The...

Temporary Work Visas: An Overview

Are you a non-U.S. citizen who would like to enter the United States and work here temporarily? If that’s the case, you will need to obtain a visa before coming to the U.S. For foreigners who wish to work in the U.S. for a temporary period of time, they need one...