Blog Posts in 2016

  • Exonerations in Texas

    || 30-Jun-2016

    In 2014, the total prison population in Texas at the end of the year was 158,589. [1] That is nearly 0.6 percent of the total population. [2] That is a ridiculous number. Texas not only led the way in prison population in 2014, [3] they also led in exonerations with 39; 33 of which came from drug related cases in Harris County. Texas had more than double the exonerations of any other state in ...
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  • Attorney Navid Alband Elected to Fellows of the Texas Bar Foundation

    || 1-Mar-2016

    The Alband Law Firm is proud to announce that Attorney Navid Alband has been elected to the Fellows of the Texas Bar Foundation. The organization is exclusive to attorneys who have demonstrated commitment to the Texas criminal justice system and continue to contribute to the legal profession. Election into the Fellows of the Foundation is a prestigious honor. Every year, only one-third of one ...
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  • Gun Control: Is it too late?

    || 29-Jan-2016

    Gun control is a controversial topic that continues to make headlines all over the world. While it has always been a source of contention, the events that have occurred over the past few years have sparked a political debate that no one can ignore. Most of us will never forget when President Obama, in October 2015, took the podium for the 11th time to give the 11th speech after a mass shooting. He ...
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  • Open Carry Texas

    || 18-Jan-2016

    As of January 1, 2016, Texans can legally carry a loaded handgun openly or concealed as long as they are licensed by the State of Texas to carry and the handgun is in a shoulder or belt holster. Out of State licensed individuals may also carry in Texas as long as the State that issued the license has reciprocity. Long arm guns, however, do not require a license. One non-profit organization that is ...
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  • Tonya Couch's Future

    || 6-Jan-2016

    An active warrant has been issued and Tonya Couch has been charged with hindering the apprehension of a known felon. After being arrested in Puerto Vallarta, she was deported to Los Angeles. And on Tuesday, after a brief hearing, she waived extradition and voluntarily agreed to go back to Texas. Tonya Couch will remain in custody without bail until Texas authorities come and get her. Once she is ...
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