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Laboratory Fraud Criminal Defense Attorney, Criminal Law, What Is Laboratory, Gas Chromatography, Environmental Protection Agency, Us Government, Law Firm, Fraud, Jury
What is Laboratory Fraud?
The environmental protection agency defines laboratory fraud as ““the deliberate falsification of analytical and quality assurance results, where failed methods and contractual requirements are made to appear acceptable.”
Leading Dallas Sex Crimes Lawyer Texas Law, Legal System, Accusations, Spouse, Dallas, Crime
New Resource on Sexual Assault Cases Involving a Spouse in Texas
Dallas criminal defense lawyers Broden & Mickelsen have published a new resource to help the public understand Texas laws on sexual assault involving a spouse.
5 Common Types of Fraud and Scams in Texas Government Grants, State Government, Pump And Dump, Tax Money, Ponzi Scheme, Consumer Protection, Make A Donation
5 Common Types of Fraud and Scams in Texas
Frauds and scams both involve using deception or manipulation to gain something for yourself, usually money or property, and therefore unfairly deprive another person of what rightfully belongs to them.
Nobody ever wrote down a plan to be broke, fat, lazy, or stupid. Those things are what happen when you don’t have a plan. Hispanic Men, Psychological Warfare, Credit Card Fraud, Federal Law Enforcement, Dallas Morning News, Criminal Justice
Nobody ever wrote down a plan to be broke, fat, lazy, or stupid.
Nobody ever wrote down a plan to be broke, fat, lazy, or stupid. Those things are what happen when you don’t have a plan.
What Happens if I Lose My Appeal Case? Constitutional Rights, Criminal Justice System, Court Of Appeals, Conviction, Appealing
What Happens if I Lose My Appeal Case?
Once the appellate court has made its decision, you may be eligible to ask the court for a rehearing.
Frauds and Scams. Work From Home Business, Online Work From Home, Home Business Opportunities, Business Strategy, Computer Crime, Make Money Online, How To Make Money
Frauds and Scams
Fraud and scams are unfortunately commonplace and can result in victims losing large sums of money.
What is Criminally Negligent Homicide? Homicide, Police, Example, Death, Understanding
What is Criminally Negligent Homicide?
Under Texas law, criminally negligent homicide is a state felony charge. The easiest way to understand when criminally negligent homicide may apply to a case is by using the example of accidental death.
Response to the denial of an evidentiary hearing in State Austin Police, Travis County, Homicide Detective, Grand Jury, Denial, Clint, Investigations
Response to the denial of an evidentiary hearing in State
While we are disappointed that Judge Brown did not order an evidentiary hearing to get to the bottom of Jose Garza’s actions, it is important to recognize that Judge Brown simply concluded that an evidentiary hearing was not needed because prosecutors are not absolutely required to present exculpatory evidence to a grand jury
Defending Different Types of Federal Conspiracy Charges Criminal Defense Lawyer, Best Defense, People Working Together, Misdemeanor, Federal Agent, The Conspirator, Law Enforcement Officer, Felony
Defending Different Types of Federal Conspiracy Charges
Federal conspiracy charges are tough to defend. Learn about the charges and how to prepare the best defense.
Dallas Criminal Defense Foster Family, Press Release
Attorney F. Clint Broden Response to the denial of an evidentiary hearing in State v. Perry
While we are disappointed that Judge Brown did not order an evidentiary hearing to get to the bottom of Jose Garza’s actions, it is important to recognize that Judge Brown simply concluded that an evidentiary hearing was not needed because prosecutors are not absolutely required to present exculpatory evidence to a grand jury.
Dallas Criminal Defense Lawyers Online Resources, Federal
What to look out for to avoid getting caught up in several types of common fraud and scams
Fraud and scams are unfortunately commonplace and can result in victims losing large sums of money. Dallas criminal defense attorneys Broden and Mickelsen, who have decades of combined experience defending clients in white-collar crime cases in both state and federal courts, have created a free resource describing and explaining five common types of frauds and scams in Texas.
How does bail work and how do I make bonds? Bail Bondsman, Shared Office Space, Expert Witness, Make A Presentation, Dallas County, State Court, Murder Cases
How does bail work and how do I make bonds?
In state court, a person is entitled to have bail set in all cases except for capital murder cases.
Dallas White Collar Criminal Defense Lawyer Partner Plays, Statute, Money Laundering, White Collar, Federation, Explained
Dallas White Collar Criminal Defense Lawyer Explains Federal Money Laundering Statutes
Dallas White Collar Criminal Defense Legal Expert Mick Mickelsen Explains the Basics of Federal Money Laundering Statutes.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott Vetoes Criminal Justice Legislation Criminal Defense, Child Abuse Prevention, Criminal Procedure, Dating Violence, Texas Governor, Greg Abbott, Hypnosis
Texas Governor Greg Abbott Vetoes Criminal Justice Legislation
Texas Governor Greg Abbott has vetoed some high-profile criminal justice bills presented to him at the end of this year’s legislative session including a move to allow earlier parole and legislation intended to restrict the use of hypnosis in the criminal justice system.
“Even if you’re on the right track, you’ll get run over if you just sit there.” – Will Rogers Collin County, Get Running
“Even if you’re on the right track, you’ll get run over if you just sit there.” – Will Rogers
“Even if you’re on the right track, you’ll get run over if you just sit there.” – Will Rogers