Alcohol-Related Sexual Assault and Consent, Part 1

Alcohol-Related Sexual Assault and Consent, Part 1

Sexual Assault Austin Texas Lawyer Sexual violence is an exceedingly difficult category of crime to measure. RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network), the nation’s largest anti-sexual violence organization, uses the most reliable sources they can find to...
An Overview of Sexual Assault Charges

An Overview of Sexual Assault Charges

Sexual Assault Charges Texas Sexual assault charges are taken seriously by Texas law enforcement. If you are facing allegations of any form of sexual assault, you will want to understand the nature of those charges, so you know what to expect going forward. Read on...
An Overview of Theft Charges in Texas

An Overview of Theft Charges in Texas

Texas law defines theft as being when an individual “unlawfully appropriates property with the intent to deprive the owner of the property.” Essentially, this means that you commit theft when you take something that doesn’t belong to you, with no consent or other...
Robbery and Burglary: What’s the Difference?

Robbery and Burglary: What’s the Difference?

In the state of Texas, robbery and burglary are both theft crimes. However, the law defines these crimes differently from one another. Robbery is the act of stealing from another individual using force, while burglary is the act of stealing (or committing an assault...
Felons and Firearms: Can a Convicted Felon Have a Gun in Texas?

Felons and Firearms: Can a Convicted Felon Have a Gun in Texas?

Firearms Austin Texas Certain categories of people are prohibited under the law from possessing firearms; this includes convicted felons. State and federal laws differ when it comes to felons and firearms. While federal law does not allow felons to possess firearms,...
A Few Words About Texas Self-Defense Laws

A Few Words About Texas Self-Defense Laws

Self-defense refers to an individual’s right to use force to defend oneself against another party because of a reasonable belief that the other party intended to cause bodily harm or death; it is when force is used to prevent suffering further violence. In America,...