Criminal Attorney in Fort Bend Texas

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  • Fort Bend Officers and Others Arrested for Illegal Horse Track Operation
    Fort Bend Officers and Others Arrested for Illegal Horse Track Operation

    Nine people were recently arrested for allegedly being involved in running an illegal racetrack operation, according to a recent Houston Chronicle article . Of those nine individuals, six were law ...

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  • Release after a Fraud Offense Arrest
    Release after a Fraud Offense Arrest

    If you have been arrested for a fraud offense or other white collar crime, your Sugar Land criminal attorney should not have much difficulty securing your release while you await trial. If you are ...

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  • Two Bank Heists in One Day, Both near Sugarland
    Two Bank Heists in One Day, Both near Sugarland

    Three men entered a Fort Bend County bank Wednesday morning armed with handguns and wearing ski masks, hoods and blue latex gloves to mask their identities. A fourth man waited outside in a getaway ...

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  • Favorable Points in Your Bail Hearing Presentation
    Favorable Points in Your Bail Hearing Presentation

    The bail hearing can be very important to your case. It is very difficult to fight a case from behind bars. Sugar Land criminal attorneys often assist defendants with their bail hearing presentations. ...

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  • A Fort Bend Criminal Lawyer on Testifying at Your Bail Hearing
    A Fort Bend Criminal Lawyer on Testifying at Your Bail Hearing

    When a person is charged with a crime it is far better to be able to fight the case from the outside rather than while in custody. You may feel it is a good idea to testify at your bail hearing, but ...

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  • Sugar Land Criminal Defense Attorney Explains Texas Criminal Assault
    Sugar Land Criminal Defense Attorney Explains Texas Criminal Assault

    In the state of Texas, assault is a criminal offense that can be classified as either a misdemeanor or felony, depending on which portion of the statute the defendant is accused of violating. Our ...

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