Posts filed under: FAQ

If I am caught smuggling drugs, what will I be charged with? | Houston Criminal Defense Attorney

View the transcript. Penalties for smuggling drugs depends on the scale of the operation. You can be charged with simple... Read More

Is it wise to go to trial? | Houston Criminal Defense Attorney

View the transcript. Pleading guilty for your offense should always be the last option. The court wants you to plead... Read More

Is it important to call a defense attorney? | Houston Criminal Defense Attorney

View the transcript. Any time you feel you are being investigated for a criminal charge, you should immediately contact an... Read More

If I was texting and driving, can I be charged with vehicular manslaughter? | Houston Criminal Defense Attorney

View the transcript. An individual who is texting or talking on their cell phone while driving and gets into an... Read More

Should I make a statement to my insurance company? | Houston Criminal Defense Attorney

View the transcript. One of the most common mistakes people make after being in an auto accident is making statements... Read More

Should I blow into a breathalyzer? | Houston Criminal Defense Attorney

View the transcript. Generally, it is always in a person’s best interest to refuse a breathalyzer test if they are... Read More

What are some penalties of medicare medicaid fraud? | Houston Criminal Defense Attorney

View the transcript. Penalties for Medicare and Medicaid fraud vary depending on the amount of fraud involved. Other factors include... Read More

What are the consequences of vehicular manslaughter? | Houston Criminal Defense Attorney

View the transcript. What used to just be considered a vehicle accident is being treated by law enforcement more and... Read More

What is vehicular manslaughter? | Houston Criminal Defense Attorney

View the transcript. A vehicular manslaughter crime is any offense that involves a motor vehicle and an allegation of either... Read More

What types of drugs does law enforcement go after? | Houston Criminal Defense Attorney

View the transcript. The four main illegal drug substances law enforcement goes after are: Cocaine Marajuana Heroin Ecstasy Law enforcement also... Read More
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