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Lawyer Selection 101: How to Choose a Good Lawyer

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Finding the right attorney is one the most important legal decisions a person can make. Different lawyers will have different strengths and weaknesses based on their experience, skill and specialization. Clients should consider their needs and the skills of available attorneys before making the decision to hire a lawyer. How to Find the Right Attorney Although every case is unique, most cases...

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Happy Father’s Day

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The Law Office of Justin T. Surginer Is Wishing You a Wonderful Father's Day! *Image courtesy of freedigitalphotos.net    

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“Guilty”…What Happens If My Judge Is Biased against Me?

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The integrity and fairness of judges is part of the backbone of the American judicial system. Court judges are expected to maintain a standard of objectiveness and unbiased reasoning in their approach to the law. Most judges uphold this standard fairly well. No one is perfect but in most cases judges work hard to achieve an objective view of justice. However, it...

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Busted for Prescription Drugs: What Sentences Am I Looking At?

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The abuse of prescription drugs is on the rise throughout the country. In recent years, the number of people misusing prescription drugs has skyrocketed. Many of these drugs are used by people who do not understand the potential damages that the drugs can cause. This widespread problem has led to a substantial increase in the number of fatalities associated with...

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I Just Confessed to the Police: Is There Hope for Me?

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In most cases, talking to the police without a lawyer can be a serious mistake. However, in the heat of the moment, some people may blurt out something during a police interview that they later wish they could take back. Police officers are trained to gather evidence and make arrests that lead to convictions. A confession can be considered solid...

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Caught with Coke: Am I Going to Jail?

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Possession of any amount of cocaine is a serious criminal offense. This illegal drug is considered to be among the most dangerous drugs available. For this reason, a conviction for cocaine offenses can lead to serious, long-term consequences. Am I Going to Jail for Cocaine? Jail time is a very real possibility for any cocaine-related criminal charge. Possession of even a tiny...

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3 Hilarious Houston Crimes You Must Read About

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Houston, Texas is one of the largest cities in the U.S. In any town of that size, it's almost inevitable that some clueless criminals will break the law in hilarious ways. Maybe it's the famous Texas heat that messes with people's judgment. Maybe it's something less mysterious altogether. Whatever the reason, Houston is home to some of the most ridiculous stories...

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Is It Alright to Lie to Your Attorney?

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In order to protect the rights of their clients, attorneys need to know every detail about each case. Some of the facts can be learned by examining evidence and studying the law. After all the evidence has been studied, a crucial component of a strong legal defense remains: the input of the defendant.  Tell Your Attorney the Truth The attorney-client relationship is...

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Disorderly Conduct: Don’t Get Caught or Else…

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An 18-year old man wearing a yellow banana costume was recently arrested in Beaumont after passerby complained that he was visibly carrying an AK-47 rifle. Instead of banana clips for ammunition, however, a drum magazine was attached to the weapon. Police officers confiscated the rifle and booked the man for disorderly conduct. What could this man expect?  Defining Disorderly Conduct in...

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Evading Arrest vs. Resisting Arrest

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Evading and resisting arrest charges are usually filed in cases where a person attempts to thwart the efforts of police officers in the line of duty. Although these two criminal charges are related and may both be applied in one particular case, there is an important distinction in their definition.  What Is Evading Arrest? To put it simply, evading arrest means running...

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    Young man seen leaving nightclub by a police officer. Client takes and fails field sobriety tests and breathalyzer test.
    Not guilty
  • Possession of Marijuana- Harris County
    Client set for trial on two possession of marijuana cases. Client admits to owning all marijuana in the vehicle on video. Motion to suppress granted.
    Cases dismissed
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    Client found passed out behind the wheel of a car by police officer after crashing into a light post.
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    Prison guard arrested for soliciting an undercover police officer. All was captured on audio recording.
    Jury trial, not guilty
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