How to Fight a DWI Charge in Texas

Driving while intoxicated (DWI) is a serious crime in Texas, and carries serious penalties with it. Since DWIs can often lead to severe, fatal car accidents and property damage, the state can impose harsh jail sentences, fines, and administrative penalties on drivers who drink or use drugs before getting behind the wheel. Facing these charges… read more

Can a Felon Own a Gun in Texas?

Gun ownership is one of the many rights an individual gives up when he or she becomes a convicted felon in Texas. Texans must comply with federal and state gun laws when it comes to purchasing a rifle or handgun in the state. These laws restrict ownership rights according to rules by the Texas Department… read more

Is Theft of Services a Felony in Texas?

Paying for goods and services fairly supports the backbone of our society here in Texas and in the United States at large. We know that shoplifting goods is a serious crime punishable by fines and imprisonment – but what about stealing services, like cable installation or landscaping work? Just like theft of goods, Texas law… read more