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Tips for Avoiding Costly Tickets During the Holidays

December 1, 2020

December is frequently a busy month out on the roadways. More people are out and about doing their holiday shopping and running last-minute errands, and as we get closer to Christmas and New Year’s, more people will be hitting the road to travel and visit family and friends. Though the... View Article

What Are Post-Decree Modifications?

November 19, 2020

After you file for divorce and finish the whole process, you receive a decree. This is a court order that states how property and custody is divided, whether spousal support or child support is required and any other terms of your agreement. These terms are legally binding, which means failure... View Article

An Explanation of First-Degree, Second-Degree and Third-Degree Crimes

November 12, 2020

In most states, crimes are broadly classified according to whether they’re felonies or misdemeanors, which indicates their general severity and what type of punishment can be expected. Texas further subclassifies its felonies as first, second or third degree. The difference between these crime classifications in Lubbock, TX can be significant.... View Article

What Qualifies as Extortion in Texas?

November 5, 2020

What is extortion? In Texas, extortion is a crime that’s charged like theft—even though it’s not always what comes to mind when people normally think of stealing. Instead of going behind someone’s back to simply steal something (theft), breaking into their home or business (burglary) or holding them at gunpoint... View Article

Things You Should Know About Texas’s Three Strikes Law

October 29, 2020

Three strikes in Texas, and you’re out—and not just when it comes to baseball. Several states have “three strikes” laws, which are designed to punish offenders more severely when they commit subsequent severe felonies. The idea is to keep habitual criminals in jail and off the streets, in a bid... View Article