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Blog Posts in 2013

Tell Them Andy Sent You

The most widely covered trial in America this week has been in a Los Angeles courtroom where the University of Texas and Ryan O'Neal are duking it out over an Andy Warhol portrait of his on and ...
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Last Ride of the Luv Ya Blu

People who've been to my office may have noticed that I drink coffee out of a twenty year old Houston Oilers mug. It has the logo on one side and a team roster on the other. When occasionally ...
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The Jack Ruby Trial: A Teaching Moment

There was only one criminal trial in Texas related to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, Jr, the trial of Lee Harvey Oswald killer Jack Ruby. And for the people of Dallas who wanted to ...
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"Badges, We Don't Need No Stinking Badges"

So what do Eagle Scout criminal trial lawyers do when waiting outside a local federal courtroom where the judge has his own merit badge sash on the wall? Compare merit badges. Surprisingly - none of ...
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There's No "I Was Watching the Texans" Defense to DWI

If you feel like the Houston Texans are driving you to drink - and drive- you should be aware that is no defense in Court. While police, prosecutors, and potential jurors may feel sympathetic to your ...
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Kosar Plays It Smart After DWI Arrest

Former NFL Quarterback and University of Miami great Bernie Kosar was arrested for DWI in Ohio on Sunday. According to the Associated Press, he refused a breath test. This may be the smartest call ...
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How Much Does a DWI Cost?

The number one question asked by those accused of Driving While Intoxicated in Texas is "How Much is this going to cost me?" Depending on the persons criminal record, the jurisdiction, and ...
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The End of Speeding Tickets and More

According to reports, speeding tickets may be a thing of the past in Europe as the E.U. may require cars to electronically detect speed limits and prevent cars from going over them. This blog has ...
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"Mama, I'm with the police...Mama, I killed Dean."

The Houston Chronicle has a great photoblog post on the Candyman killings of the late sixties and early seventies that I've written about before.
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Dockets, Discovery, and Delays

One of the most frustrating aspects of the local criminal justice system for Defendants is showing up for court setting after court setting when nothing appears to be getting done. This is a ...
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Destination Unknown?

One of my earliest posts on this blog was about knowing when you've won. However, if you don't know how you want something to end, then you don't know how to begin - and neither may your ...
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Pope Named Francis A Novel Idea?

In 1979, American Lawyer and author Walter Murphy' s novel, The Vicar of Christ became a best seller. It is the fictional story of an American lawyer and marine who wins the Congressional Medal of ...
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Common Sense Is Often the Best Defense

A colleague of mine likes to explain the law of possession to potential jurors in drug trials by relating an experience he had in college in hopes they might ultimately use their own life experience ...
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Google Will Drive Down Crime

Driverless cars are coming and, according to the AP, that foretells the end of millions of jobs for people who drive for a living and even Paul Krugman is impressed. It also means the end of ...
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"It Was 20 Years Ago Today..."

35-3. The Comeback. If you were an Oilers fan in 1993, you know exactly where you were and what you were you were doing when you found out the Oilers were blowing their 35-3 lead. At my house we had ...
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