Blog Posts in September, 2017

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  • The Cases in FrSupreme Court to Hear Criminal Case on Lost Fees ont of The High Court
    The Cases in FrSupreme Court to Hear Criminal Case on Lost Fees ont of The High Court

    We hear the stories everyday about convictions that are overturned because better evidence is discovered, or for some other reason. This happened recently in Texas in a number of cases where ...

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  • The Difference Between DUIs and DWIs in Texas
    The Difference Between DUIs and DWIs in Texas

    Many states do not separate the crimes of driving under the influence (DUI) and driving while intoxicated (DWI). Texas is one of the states that do distinguish between DUIs and DWIs and it makes this ...

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  • What's the Difference Between Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment?
    What's the Difference Between Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment?

    What’s the difference between sexual assault and sexual harassment? Not many people had thought about this question until the recent allegations against celebrities and CEO’s. With the increasing ...

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  • Neighboring State Proposes Draconian Measures to Combat DWI
    Neighboring State Proposes Draconian Measures to Combat DWI

    A recent report from the state of New Mexico should put all those involved in the criminal justice system, particularly those involved with DWIs, on alert. The governor of New Mexico recently issued ...

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  • U.S. Supreme Court to Decide Trio of DWI Cases
    U.S. Supreme Court to Decide Trio of DWI Cases

    This will prove to be a historical year for the U.S. Supreme Court and its DWI jurisprudence. There are three cases now before the case that will answer the question of whether a state can make it a ...

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  • Neighboring State Issues Important DWI Decision
    Neighboring State Issues Important DWI Decision

    In a state just north of Texas, Colorado, an important DWI decision was reached by the Supreme Court. The case, Fitzgerald v. People , centered around the issue of refusing to take a blood or breath ...

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