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What are the Different Types of Criminal Cases?

Posted by brian on November 9, 2018

According to statistics from the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI), a non-violent crime is reported around every three seconds in the United States. Meanwhile, violent crimes are reported around every 22 seconds. Crimes are committed all over the country on a daily basis, including in the state of Texas. Certain crimes take place more frequently […]

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Why you should contact a Criminal Lawyer

Posted by brian on October 26, 2018

The Jackson Firm is here to explain the nature of any charges, the degree of your rights and we’ll walk you through the process of a criminal trial.

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Why you should contact a Criminal Lawyer

Posted by brian on October 15, 2018

You can’t be convicted of a criminal offense in a court of law until the prosecutor has proven in front of a judge or a jury that you are guilty beyond any reasonable doubt. If you are being charged with a crime, you need a criminal lawyer. The Jackson Firm is here to explain the […]

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Does hiring a Lawyer make you look Guilty?

Posted by brian on September 25, 2018

If you’ve ever watched a police procedural on television, you’ve probably gotten used to the idea that only guilty people contact lawyers. After all, innocent people have nothing to hide from the law. In reality, though, everyone who deals with the law needs the help of an attorney. The Jackson Law Firm knows that hiring […]

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What is the role of a Defense Attorney in a Criminal Case?

Posted by brian on July 30, 2018

It’s not always clear what kind of cases each lawyer can handle. While you may have heard of defense attorneys, you may not know what they can do for their clients. Fortunately, the job of a criminal defense lawyer is clearly defined – and it’s a job that is designed to provide help for people […]

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An experienced Criminal Defense Lawyer is essential

Posted by brian on July 26, 2018

Whether you are facing what seems like relatively minor charges such as drug possession or more serious ones relating to violent crimes such as assault, getting an effective lawyer to represent you can be critical. If you are interested in learning more about our Cedar Park Criminal Defense Lawyer, please visit our site.

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Why retaining an experienced Criminal Defense Lawyer is essential

Posted by brian on July 20, 2018

Whether you are facing what seems like relatively minor charges such as drug possession or more serious ones relating to violent crimes such as assault, getting an effective lawyer to represent you can be critical. If you are unable to afford an attorney, the state will assign one to you. However, several studies have found […]

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What are my Miranda Rights?

Posted by brian on May 24, 2018

Police officers are required to use a specific protocol when placing a suspect under arrest, including stating the official charge. Here is an infographic showing your Miranda Rights; For more information on our Round Rock Criminal Defense Lawyers, please visit our site.

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Do I need a Criminal Lawyer?

Posted by brian on May 4, 2018

Have you been charged with assault & battery, drug possession, a misdemeanor or sex trafficking? Do you know that an arrest does not mean an automatic conviction? Without a criminal law attorney, you are susceptible to a legal system that may result in harsh penalties even if you are innocent. Hiring a lawyer can keep […]

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The police officer did not read me my rights

Posted by brian on April 16, 2018

Police officers are required to use a specific protocol when placing a suspect under arrest, including stating the official charge. This is typically the point in an apprehension where the officer also informs the apprehended suspect of their legal rights, most notably the right to remain silent and the right to one free phone call. […]