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  • Will I Have to Give a Sample of My DNA in Texas?
    Will I Have to Give a Sample of My DNA in Texas?

    In the last decade, forensic science has seen sweeping advances in technology. One of the most incredible law enforcement tools to evolve in the last ten years is the science behind DNA evidence, ...

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  • What is Deferred Adjudication in Texas?
    What is Deferred Adjudication in Texas?

    If you’re facing criminal charges in Texas for the first time, you’ll be interested in hearing about deferred adjudication . What is it and how can it benefit defendants? In simple terms, deferred ...

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  • Waiving a Trial By Jury in Texas
    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 ...

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  • What is a Jury of Peers?
    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 ...

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  • Post-Trial Motions in Texas
    Post-Trial Motions in Texas

    If you are facing criminal charges, especially for a serious felony, you could be very worried about what would happen to you if you were convicted. You could also be thinking, “If I’m found guilty, ...

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  • Sealing of Juvenile Records
    Sealing of Juvenile Records

    If you’re a parent of a minor child who has gotten into trouble with the law, you’re probably very concerned about their juvenile records and how they can impact your child’s future. If you’re like ...

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