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Criminal Defense

Under Texas state law, a person who was convicted of a felony and placed on probation (now called “community supervision” in TX) may, after successfully completing the probation/supervision, be given something called “judicial clemency” by the trial court. This judicial clemency relief is embedded in Article 42.12, Section 20(a), of the Texas Code of Criminal  →

Getting pulled over, given a field sobriety test, and getting arrested and charged with Driving Under the Influence (DUI) can be a very traumatizing and intimidating experience. Many people believe that once they are charged with this crime they have no options, must plead guilty, and must accept the criminal penalties that come along with  →