Recent Posts in Arrest Category

  • Forth Worth – On June 11, 2013, WFAA – TV (Channel 8) ran a story on the high profile murder case involving the grandson of billionaire oil tycoon T. Boone Pickens. Channel 8 sought attorney Alband's legal opinion on the case due to his five years spent in the District Attorney's Office as well as his experience as a Dallas-Fort Worth criminal defense attorney. The segment ...
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  • Common Mistakes When Arrested for a DWI

    || 15-Nov-2012

    Driving while intoxicated is an act that is taken very seriously by the United States government, and local law enforcement officials are willing to do whatever it takes to catch and arrest those who are breaking these laws. While no person would choose to be arrested for a DWI, it happens; and what you do at the time of your arrest and following will make the world of a difference. Here we will ...
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  • Batman and the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure

    || 15-Aug-2012

    Here in the great state of Texas, we prefer our arrests to come hand in hand with warrants. Warrants mean that a neutral and detached magistrate has determined that there is probable cause to arrest the individual. But, despite our preferences, warrantless arrests happen every day, and they're justified! Warrantless arrests in Texas are governed by statutory exceptions to the warrant ...
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