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What Does Reasonable Doubt Mean in Texas Criminal Trials?

Posted by Carl Ceder | May 22, 2020 | 0 Comments

You hear a lot that alleged criminals are innocent until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. This is a principle that sets the United States apart from other countries where alleged offenders are guilty until proven innocent. It's an important legal concept, one that is a founding bedrock of...

When Can You Claim Self Defense?

Posted by Carl Ceder | May 12, 2020 | 0 Comments

Assault charges rarely stem from a "straightforward" situation. Bar fights, a brawl in the stadium parking lot, a holiday argument among family gone too far, all can lead to criminal charges. Even if you were defending yourself against a threat, it can be difficult for police on the scene to accu...

DWI and Your Prescription Medication

Posted by Carl Ceder | May 06, 2020 | 0 Comments

Millions of Americans take prescription drugs. Some of these are for short-term use, such as pain medication following a surgical procedure. Some of these are used daily throughout our lives, to control chronic conditions. During the recent pandemic, supply chain issues have threatened access to ...

Can You Fight a DWI Charge in Dallas / Fort Worth TX?

Posted by Carl Ceder | Apr 30, 2020 | 0 Comments

A DWI case in Dallas and Fort Worth has the potential to cause great havoc to a person's life, even if it's a first-time DWI in Dallas/Fort Worth metro area. The unfortunate thing about DWIs is the stigma the offense carries and that causes some people to react before they should. They think: I'l...

When Texas Bars & Restaurants Reopen: Watch Out for a DWI

Posted by Carl Ceder | Apr 23, 2020 | 0 Comments

Governor Abbott closed bars, restaurants, and other establishments via a state-wide court order towards the end of March, but it looks like they are set to reopen soon enough. Not altogether surprising, with the lockdown followed reduced numbers of DWI arrests. With the bars closed, no one could ...