Criminal Attorney in Fort Bend Texas
    • Attorney Venza Gets Grand Jury to Reject Indictment of His Client in Third Degree Felony Case

      A seventeen-year-old Fort Bend County high school student was charged with the Third Degree Felony of Tampering with Evidence. The minor was in his vehicle when approached by police. Upon him noticing ...

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    • Defending Texas Clients Charged With a Crime of Moral Turpitude

      Conviction of a crime of moral turpitude in Texas can dramatically affect your ability to keep or land a job, serve on jury duty, maintain a professional license and enjoy many other privileges. A ...

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    • Marijuana Investigation Ended in Sugar Land, Texas

      Just this past weekend in Sugar Land, the Fort Bend County Narcotics Task Force ended their investigation on a case of individuals growing illegal marijuana. After obtaining a search warrant from the ...

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    • Is Domestic Abuse a Criminal Charge?

      According to a study conducted by the Institute of Domestic and Sexual Assault – University of Texas at Austin, nearly 32% of all Texans experience intimate partner violence in their lifetimes. When ...

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    • 3 Surprising Things that Could Be Deadly Weapons in Criminal Cases

      When we hear the phrase assault with a deadly weapon, we often think of an attack with a gun or knife. However, Texas law defines deadly weapons as, “anything that in the manner of its use or intended ...

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    • Attacking a Postal Worker Can Have Serious Consequences

      It’s not a good idea to attack someone if you’re trying to stay out of jail but attacking certain people could result in worse penalties for the accused. In this blog post, a Fort Bend criminal ...

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    • 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

      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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    • Possession of Cocaine in Texas

      The Texas Penal Code classifies cocaine as a Penalty Group 1 narcotic, the highest level invoking the highest possible penalty. If you are facing a charge of possession of cocaine and are in need of ...

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    • Defending Clients Facing "Intent to Deliver" Charges

      If you have been arrested for intent to deliver, it is imperative that you work with a Sugar Land criminal lawyer. Analyzing drug crimes under the Texas Penal Code begins with a determination of which ...

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    • Students Under Attack for Drug Crimes

      Texas lawmakers continue to increase penalties all drug crimes College students can have their opportunities permanently destroyed if charged and convicted of a drug related offense. This year, a drug ...

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    • Difference Between Drug & Alcohol DWI

      Driving under the influence is a very serious crime in the state of Texas. There is zero tolerance for it; and if you are arrested, charged, and convicted of a DWI offense, you could face thousands of ...

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    • Are Possession Penalties the Same for All Drugs?

      When a cop asks if someone has drugs on his or her person, the term “drugs” can refer many different substances: pharmaceuticals, weed, blow, meth, heroin, dope, and more. With so many substances out ...

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    • The Most Common Crimes During the Holidays

      The holiday season is an enjoyable time of the year for many people. It is a time when most of us ​focus only on the good times, such as gift-giving and spending time with family and loved ones. It ...

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    • Who Gets Charged for Possession when Hotboxing?

      Hotboxing is the practice of smoking marijuana in a car, small room, or other enclosed space to maximize the narcotic effect. Not everyone who is in such a space or in the vicinity of it can be ...

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    • Avoiding a DWI at the Fort Bend County Fair

      The Fort Bend County Fair kicks off Friday September 25 and will feature competitions, BBQs, concerts, and a wide array of other attractions. Grapes on the Brazos for instance is an opportunity to ...

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    • Tips for Meeting With Your Sugar Land DWI Attorney

      A DWI conviction can wreak havoc on your life for years to come, which is why you should speak to a Sugar Land DWI attorney as soon as possible after you have been charged. However, if you are not ...

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    • Drug Distribution vs. Trafficking Charges

      Receiving a criminal drug charge is a serious situation that can result in severe penalties for the accused. However, some drug charges are worse than others. That’s why you should know the ...

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    • Penalties for Selling Tainted Drugs

      There is a reason so many people get caught up in drug game, and that’s because it’s lucrative. Unfortunately, many sellers are unaware of where their supply is coming from, which means they could ...

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    • Drug Penalties: Do Amounts Really Matter?

      Drug offenses are impacted by several factors including the type of drug involved in the crime, the accused’s intent with the drugs (selling vs. using), where the drugs are found, and so on. However, ...

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    • Arrested for Possession: Never Say These Three Things

      There are a variety of emotional responses people have when being arrested for possession: some people get angry, some get sad, and others get nervous. However, regardless of your emotional response, ...

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    • What if the Drugs Weren’t Mine?

      We’ve all seen shows where a cop pats someone down, finds drugs on their person, and the guy says something like, “those aren’t mine.” While it may be hard to believe, there are times when these guys ...

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    • Who Gets Charged for Possession when Hotboxing?

      Hotboxing is the practice of smoking marijuana in a car, small room, or other enclosed space to maximize the narcotic effect. Not everyone who is in such a space or in the vicinity of it can be ...

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  • DUI
    • How Are Overdoses Impacting Criminal Penalties?

      “The War on Drugs” is in an interesting spot: recreational marijuana’s been legalized in many states, some countries are thinking about legalizing small amounts of cocaine, and synthetic drugs are ...

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    • Avoiding a DWI During the Holidays

      The number of people who will be traveling, attending parties, and heading out for an evening of drinking and eating during the holidays is higher than other times of the year. It is much more likely ...

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    • Avoiding a DWI at the Fort Bend County Fair

      The Fort Bend County Fair kicks off Friday September 25 and will feature competitions, BBQs, concerts, and a wide array of other attractions. Grapes on the Brazos for instance is an opportunity to ...

      Read More
  • DWI
    • Difference Between Drug & Alcohol DWI

      Driving under the influence is a very serious crime in the state of Texas. There is zero tolerance for it; and if you are arrested, charged, and convicted of a DWI offense, you could face thousands of ...

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    • Always Fight Texas Marijuana DWI Charges

      After midterm elections, Michigan became the 10 th state to legalize recreational marijuana. As states continue to legalize weed, police are starting to see an increase in marijuana-related driving ...

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    • Avoiding a DWI During the Holidays

      The number of people who will be traveling, attending parties, and heading out for an evening of drinking and eating during the holidays is higher than other times of the year. It is much more likely ...

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    • 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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    • Internet Crimes in Texas

      The Internet has become a significant part of everyday life for many of us. It provides cheap and easy access to vast information and entertainment and it has become a big source of commerce. But the ...

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    • Who Gets Charged for Possession when Hotboxing?

      Hotboxing is the practice of smoking marijuana in a car, small room, or other enclosed space to maximize the narcotic effect. Not everyone who is in such a space or in the vicinity of it can be ...

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    • Understanding the Law in Regards to Cultivation of Marijuana

      The cultivation of marijuana involves the growing and harvesting of leaves from cannabis buds. This activity is against the law in Texas. You can be arrested and charged with drug possession if you ...

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    • Who Is Eligible for Medical Marijuana in Texas?

      In Texas, the legalization of Marijuana continues to be a hot topic of debate as more states legalize the popular drug. Some Texans argue that the state should legalize marijuana for recreational use, ...

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    • Students Under Attack for Drug Crimes

      Texas lawmakers continue to increase penalties all drug crimes College students can have their opportunities permanently destroyed if charged and convicted of a drug related offense. This year, a drug ...

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    • Indecency with a Child Law in Texas

      If you have been charged with the crime of indecency with a child, you will want to contact a Sugar Land criminal attorney . This crime carries serious penalties that can affect you for life. Elements ...

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    • When Does a Theft Charge Become a Felony?

      Many criminal offenses are misdemeanors (convictions that may result in less than a year of jail time), and some are strictly felonies (charges that may result in more than a year of jail time). ...

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    • Can I Get in Trouble if I’m Caught with a Thief?

      Many people shop with friends to get feedback on their styles. Unfortunately, some friends see these gatherings as ways to “hide in plain sight” when stealing from stores. Therefore, what happens if ...

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    • "Accidental" Theft in Texas

      Prosecutors want defendants to believe that under Texas law, there is no such thing as accidental theft. However, the issue is not as simple as they would like you to assume. Some people do, in ...

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    • 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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