Blog Posts in 2015

  • Arrested for a Drug Crime: What to Do Next

    || 30-Sep-2015

    Ever since the “War on Drugs” was launched in the early 1970’s, the United States criminal justice system has been attempting to crack down on drug crimes. People convicted of such violations are frequently slammed with penalties that seem disproportionate to the alleged crime, from decades behind bars for distribution or trafficking crimes to thousands in fines for possession of ...
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  • How Are Felonies Classified and Punished in Texas?

    || 21-Aug-2015

    Nearly everyone knows that felonies are more serious than misdemeanors. What most people don’t know, however, is that Texas has a unique way of categorizing felony offenses. Not all felonies are created equal and the state is intentional about utilizing punishments that fit the crime. If you or a loved one is facing charges for a felony offense, it is entirely natural to have questions about ...
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  • Mandy Miller Acts as Co-Counsel for Texas Death Row Inmate

    || 11-Feb-2015

    Although Texas is known for being the state with the most death row executions, the state’s top criminal court recently called off an execution of a man just days before it was scheduled. The court’s decision certainly left people scratching their heads, but the reasoning behind it was not explained right away. The death row inmate has been linked to five different killings in Houston. ...
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