1. Rapper Tekashi 6ix9nine Was Sentenced To 2 Years In Prison

    Tekashi 6ix9ine, the flamboyant Brooklyn rapper who carried out a series of violent crimes before informing on his former gang associates, was sentenced to 2 years in prison on Wednesday. He had pleaded guilty to racketeering, firearms and drug trafficking charges related to several shootings and as…Read More

  2. Flour Bluff Suspects Charged With Capital Murder In Nueces County

    Two murder suspects in a weekend Flour Bluff shooting made their first court appearance Monday afternoon. Benjamin LeBleu, 29, and 27-year old Myles Dingman were formally charged with capital murder. Authorities still haven't identified the three men found dead in a Flour Bluff-area home over the we…Read More

  3. Felicity Huffman Sentenced to 14 days In Federal Prison

    Felicity Huffman, the actress who paid $15,000 to a consultant to inflate her daughter’s SAT scores, was sentenced to two weeks in prison Friday, after a federal judge said Huffman cheated to gain an advantage in a college admissions process already tilted in favor of the rich and privileged. Her …Read More

  4. Goodbye 2018 Hello 2019 from Texas DWI Lawyer Alex R. Hernandez Jr.

    We’ve officially bid farewell to 2018, and for many of us, 2019 arrived with promises of new opportunities and resolutions for growth and change in the months to come. I’m looking forward to growing my practice, meeting new clients, and assisting my community with the myriad legal issues …Read More

  5. 4 Times You Need To Call A Criminal Defense Attorney

    Criminal defense attorneys specialize in defending individuals who have been charged with some type of criminal activity. Regardless of what charges have been brought against an individual or what you have or have not done, every person has the right to a fair trial with legal representation. Our jo…Read More

  6. Understanding White Collar Crimes

    White-collar crimes typically refer to non-violent, financially-motivated crimes committed by business professionals or government officials. These crimes can range from fraud and forgery to insider trading and bribery to Ponzi schemes and identity theft. Even though these crimes are non-violent in …Read More

  7. Talk To Your Teens About These Felony Offenses

    Summer is almost here and soon your children will be out of school for a couple months. During this time, teenagers often spend hours of the day unsupervised. While many are capable of taking care of themselves while their parents are at work, it is important to make sure they don’t get up to any …Read More

  8. Crime And Punishment: Understanding Felonies

    In last week’s blog, we took some time to discuss the different levels of misdemeanors a person may be charged with. Today, we are going to go over different levels of felony charges a person may find themselves up against. As felony attorneys, we make it our mission to ensure that your rights are…Read More