The United States of America is NOT the “Land of the Free”. If that hurts your feelings, I’m with you. In Part 1, I described in general terms the culmination of the “criminal justice” system in the United States of America. We are less free, in that sense, than any country in the world because
Texas and the US government should immediately repeal the prohibition against marijuana. To do so would promote justice and fairness. Texas wrongly harms its people and promotes injustice by continuing to arrest and prosecute people over marijuana. Millions of People Have Been Hurt Roughly 60,000 people’s lives every year are needlessly and callously marred
We frequently receive calls from people who tell us the police want to talk to them. They want to know whether it’s ever a good idea, even if on the surface it seems like all they want to do is ask a few innocent questions. No. Don’t do it. STOP. Re-read the last two lines.
Spring Break is almost upon us. South Texas beaches will be partying with hundreds of thousands of people at a time. Alcohol is every bit as much a part of Spring Break as South Padre Island and Port Aransas. (Yeah, I know, I know, so is weed.). Cameron County and Nueces County file hundreds of
Perhaps dumb is too harsh. You don’t have to be dumb to do dumb things. Avoiding unnecessary harm is often easily avoidable. Try not to do the dumb things for your own sake (and your dependents’). Most people don’t think about being suspected of committing a crime. Most of my DWI clients certainly didn’t think
We criminal defense lawyers hear from many people from all walks of life. Many of the things we hear are the same. Most people are unfamiliar with the process or find it incredulous the legal system has significant flaws. Here are a few of the things we commonly hear. 1) “I’m not a bad person.”
That sweet time finally has come after a dreary winter: Spring Break. Countless thousands of partying college students will flood beaches from South Padre Island to Port Aransas to Galveston. Try your best to stay safe while you have a good time. While you’re at it, try not to regret it the rest of your
Brooks County, Texas, is a sleepy rural county with more than its share of poverty. You’d never suspect it was a hotbed of activity, but it is. Federal law enforcement there boasts the nation’s busiest Border Patrol checkpoint. It leads the nation in apprehension of undocumented migrants. It seizes illegal drugs at a record pace. National