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The coronavirus pandemic has undoubtedly had an effect on criminal cases in Texas. If you’ve wondered what types of cases are on the rise, whether criminal cases are being resolved, or if individuals charged with offenses are retaining attorneys, this article is for you. Considering that the Supreme Court of Texas has issued its Twenty-Second […]

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What is Nondisclosure of a Criminal Case? A non-disclosure is a court order that prevents public entities, including police, prosecutors, and court clerks, from disclosing or releasing arrest and case information to the general public. The charge is sealed from public view and it will not show up on most background checks. People who receive […]

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Seeking the death penalty is an enormous expense, particularly after fairly recent changes in the law that require the testing of all the evidence in a death penalty case – a change that came about after DNA and other scientific evidence led to exonerations. Since 2015, Tarrant County juries have been asked to sentence someone […]

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Tarrant County Criminal Courts have reopened. The Office of Court Administration published Tarrant County’s approved safety plan on Friday, June 5, giving county officials the green light to get back to business. So what will this mean for defendants, attorneys and visitors? Here’s an overview of the plan and answers to some frequently asked questions. […]

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The Effect of Coronavirus on Criminal Cases in Texas (15 Observations)
2021-11-02T12:56:46-06:00
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