DALLAS CRIMINAL LAWYERS.: FEDERAL, STATE & APPEALS - BRODEN & MICKELSEN LLP

Supreme Court to Decide Double Jeopardy Case

Most people have a basic understanding of double jeopardy. Generally, the double jeopardy clause, which is found in the Fifth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, states that a person can’t be prosecuted more than once for the same crime. However, there are several exceptions to the double jeopardy doctrine, and it’s not as straightforward as...
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What are White Collar Crimes?

A white-collar crime involves criminal activities such as fraud, cybercrime, extortion, embezzlement, and bribery. White collar crimes result in financial gain for the person accused of committing the white-collar crime. People accused of such a crime should consult with a Dallas criminal defense lawyer. If you reside in Dallas, TX and you have been accused...
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Whats and Hows of State and Federal Crimes

There are distinct differences between state and federal crimes and how they’re handled in the courts. Here’s what you need to know about the differences. Facing charges of any kind can be a worrisome time. You’re naturally worried about your future and the criminal process, including the trial and the potential consequence if found guilty....
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Common Misconceptions About Appeals – Dallas Criminal Appeals Lawyer

The 14 courts of appeals serve as the intermediate appellate jurisdiction for criminal and civil course cases appealed from the county or district courts. Each court of appeals has authority in a certain geographical area of Texas. If you are facing a criminal charge, you will need to hire a Dallas criminal appeals lawyer with...
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