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What Are the Rules for Jury Duty in Texas?

October 16, 2020

Most people either love or hate jury duty in Texas—few people have mixed feelings about it. Depending on your schedule and interest in criminal trials, it can either be a fascinating look at our justice system or an exercise in boredom and futility. (This usually occurs when the juror realizes... View Article

Is It Worth Taking a Case to Trial?

October 9, 2020

Should you plead guilty or not guilty? Do you have a prayer of winning if your case comes before a jury? What happens if you plead guilty and avoid trial? For the most part, only your attorney can answer if it’s worth going to trial in Lubbock, TX. Each case... View Article

Why Do People Deny They Committed Crimes Even After Being Convicted?

October 2, 2020

If you watch the news, chances are you’ve seen more than a few convicted defendants continue to insist that they’re not guilty, long after sentencing and going off to jail. Many people wonder why they deny that they’re guilty even after a trial verdict in Lubbock, TX. Famous convicted people... View Article

What Is the Law on Open Containers in Texas?

September 25, 2020

With many bars and breweries closed for the COVID-19 pandemic, you might want to enjoy the last of the warm weather outdoors with some beer, wine and your friends. If you drive home with an open bottle of wine, however, you could be charged with a misdemeanor. Open containers—that is,... View Article

Five Signs of Mental Illness in Children

August 18, 2020

Detecting issues of mental health in children now means they can enjoy a more productive adult lifetime in Lubbock, TX later. Children’s mental health must be considered if you anticipate family change through divorce or custody, but also in general, as recognizing signs can increase quality of life. Here are... View Article