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The Police Didn’t Read Me My Rights

The police didn’t read me my rights. Will I get some benefit out of that? Sometimes, but usually not. Here’s why: if an officer arrests you and interrogates you, he’s supposed to read you your rights. But the officers understand this law. So they interrogate you before they arrest you. That way they don’t put … Read More »

How You Can Help Your DWI Case

Complete the Travis County Counseling and Education Services Evaluation Like a lot of people, you may want more than to just understand your situation. You want to do something. You may feel that sitting and waiting and feeling anxious isn’t helping you. Well, you’re right. Click here to download the Travis County Counseling and Education Services … Read More »

What Is An Administrative License Revocation Hearing?

Administrative License Revocation (“ALR”) hearings take place at the State Office of Administrative Hearings (“SOAH”, which rhymes with “Noah”). At the ALR hearing, an administrative law judge decides whether to suspend the license of a defendant who was arrested for driving while intoxicated. If the judge decides to suspend the license, that has no effect … Read More »

Well, This Is Ironic

Courts are supposed to be places where you tell the truth. Judges are supposed to be people to whom you tell the truth. But what happens when the truth is something you have good reason to predict that the judge will not believe? Irony and an ethical dilemma, that’s what. Take this example. A man … Read More »


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