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Should I Still Hire an Attorney if I Think I’m Guilty?

Being charged with a crime is always frightening, especially when you think that you are guilty. Some people mistakenly believe that entering a guilty plea can make their life easier because they will not have to hire an attorney or prove anything to anyone.

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Exceptions to Statutory Rape in Texas

Being accused of a sex crime is always serious, especially if the alleged offense involves an individual below the age of consent. A conviction for statutory rape can have a lifelong impact.

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Falsely Accused of Rape

The intimacy and violence of rape classify it as a particularly heinous crime. Those convicted of it face serious consequences, including a requirement to be registered as a sex offender for life. Unfortunately, allegations of rape are easy to make, even if they are not honest or accurate.

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What Qualifies as <br>Solicitation of a Minor?

The state of Texas takes the protection of minors very seriously. Laws have been expanded to include electronic means of soliciting a minor, including not only chat rooms but also emails, text messages, and social media interactions. In fact, solicitation of a minor in Texas is generally charged as a felony with potentially severe penalties.

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Understanding Expungement in Texas

A criminal record, even one comprising only a misdemeanor offense, can harm you for a significant time. It can affect where you live, whether you can get a loan, and what kind of employers will hire you.

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What Are Martindale Hubbell Ratings?

Ratings reflect the confidential opinions of bar members and the judiciary, and attest to the individual lawyer’s legal ability and adherence to professional standards of ethics. Exclusive to the Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory, ratings are accepted as exceptionally valuable benchmarks by members of the legal community, and testify to the unique and respected position the Law Directory occupies in the legal profession.

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Grand Jury Representation

Before any felony case can be tried, it has to go to the Grand Jury and be indicted. Though rare, even a misdemeanor allegation can be referred to and heard by the Grand Jury.

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How a Divorce Works

The divorce process starts with the filing of a document entitled Original Petition for Divorce. This may be 2 pages or 40 pages, depending on your circumstances and the relief you request.

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