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Month: September 2018

Waiving a Trial By Jury in Texas

Under the Sixth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, all criminal defendants are guaranteed the right to a speedy public trial. The Sixth Amendment also guarantees the accused an impartial jury from the state or district where the crime was committed. The above message...

What is a Jury of Peers?

In the criminal justice system, when someone is charged with a crime, he or she is entitled to be tried by a “jury of their peers.” A lot of people ask, “What does a jury of peers mean? Does it mean I’ll be tried by people of the same age, gender, and race as me?” For...

Green Cards Through Job Offers

Are you interested in coming to the United States to live and work full-time? If so, you may be able to become a lawful permanent resident (Green Card Holder) if you receive an offer of permanent employment here in the U.S. The first task at hand is to determine if...

SR-22 After DWI

If you’re facing driving while intoxicated (DWI) charges under Section 49.04 of the Texas Penal Code and you are convicted, you will be required to obtain a Financial Responsibility Certificate (SR-22) from your auto insurance company, which will then need to be...