Blog Posts in 2013

  • Attorney Alband Accepted Into The National Trial Lawyers: Top 100

    || 26-Dec-2013

    Our Fort Worth criminal defense lawyer, Navid Alband, has been accepted as a member of The National Trial Lawyers: Top 100 Trial Lawyers. This means that The National Trial Lawyers, a prominent invitation-only professional organization, has recognized Mr. Alband as one of the top trial attorneys in America, particularly representing the Northern Texas region. Each year, The National Trial Lawyers ...
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  • Attorney Alband Gets Murder Charge Dropped for Client

    || 19-Dec-2013

    A woman who was being legally represented by Attorney Navid Alband is no longer charged with murder! Our firm's client-- a 33-year-old woman who lives in the Springtown, Texas area--was able to get her murder charge dropped based on the fact that her polygraph test results supported her claim that she killed her boyfriend as an act of self-defense. The details of this case result were included ...
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  • Violent Crime Charges and the Importance of Strong Defense

    || 5-Dec-2013

    Texas has a high rate of sentencing defendants to capital punishment, and has executed more violent offenders than any other state. In 2013 there have already been 15 executions, and the numbers for recent years are similar: 2012: 15 executions 2011: 13 executions 2010: 17 executions Since 1976: 507 total executions In light of the severe penalties a defendant can face for a violent offense, it is ...
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  • Jury Deadlocked in Murder Case

    || 29-Nov-2013

    The jury has deadlocked in the murder trial for 30-year-old K.M., who is accused of killing his father during an argument in 2011. The jury was deadlocked at 11–1, with one juror unwilling to vote guilty. The case revolved around whether or not K.M. acted in self-defense. At this time it is uncertain if the case will be retried. Self-defense can be difficult to prove, particularly when the ...
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  • Choosing the Right Defense Lawyer

    || 18-Nov-2013

    When a person is arrested for a crime, one of the first and most important questions they must answer is, "Which attorney is right for me?" Because your choice of lawyer could severely impact the outcome of your case, it is crucial that you choose a defender with the experience and skill you need. There are varying levels of ability and experience among lawyers, and not all defense ...
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  • 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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  • According to the Fort Worth Police Department, two men were arrested on April 24 th, 2013 after they allegedly robbed an ATM technician and ran over him with their SUV. It appears that the robbery plan was hatched when one of the alleged suspects recognized the technician's vehicle as belonging to the ATM technician he robbed back in December 2012. Reports indicate that, on the afternoon of ...
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  • The Wrong Thing to Do is Run and Hide

    || 5-Jun-2013

    When an individual has committed a crime, there is a very strong possibility he or she will be arrested for that crime, regardless of whether he or she was caught in the act, or not. These days, security cameras, cell phones, witness statements, traffic cameras, ATM machines and all types of technological devices, not to mention evidence left at the scene of a crime, are capable of ...
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  • When an individual is assigned probation, either as an alternative to jail time or after serving a shortened sentence, he or she is being given an opportunity. Along with that opportunity there are a number of strict rules and regulations which must be followed or else you will be facing a probation violation, which could very easily lead to your immediate incarceration, the cancellation of your ...
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  • On Sunday, May 19th, firefighters responded to a fire at a home in Springtown, Texas. After putting out the fire, which reportedly began in an outdoor burn barrel in the back yard, and quickly spread to the yard, a storage barn and then the house itself, firefighters went inside the home to ensure there were no remaining hot spots. What they found in the home was a full-scale marijuana operation. ...
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  • Will Texas Be Exempt from Federal Gun Control Laws?

    || 4-Apr-2013

    While the federal government continues to look at gun control and determine if new federal actions need to be taken, a group of lawmakers in Texas already creating a defense plan. According to the potential laws, Texas would be exempt from any new federal gun control policies that could be put into effect. Some of the bills suggested would make it illegal to enforce any new federal weapon measures ...
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