Houston Criminal Defense Lawyer

Evading Arrest in Texas

You are driving at high speed when all of a sudden a police car approaches you and turns on its sirens and lights. Rather than pulling over to the side of the road, you continue to speed until you get to your destination. 

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Criminal Defense Attorney

Sex Crime Charges Under Texas Law

The state of Texas has earned a reputation for having some of the most severe prosecutions for those who commit sex crimes. Many of these crimes are categorized as a felony and you could spend as much as 25 years to life in jail. When you eventually get out of prison, you will then have to register as a sex offender for the rest of your life. 

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Criminal Defense Attorney

How Do Bail Bonds Work in Texas?

In Texas, the process of bail bonding is different in every county. The definition of bail is the procedure by which courts will allow someone accused of a crime to leave jail while they wait for their trial date. In other words, it is a payment given to the court to allow someone out of jail temporarily until the trial begins. 

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Criminal Defense Attorney

Bribery and Corruption Offenses

Texas Penal Code Chapter 36 covers bribery and corrupt influence offenses, which includes everything from offering a police officer money to let you go after being arrested to threatening a witness if they testify against you. A bribery or corruption conviction can result in punishments ranging from class A misdemeanors to second degree felonies. 

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Defense for Immigrants in Houston

Immigration Appeals

What Is the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA)?

The BIA, which is a part of the Department of Justice, is the highest court in the country for interpreting and adjudicating immigration law. In the event that an immigration judge renders a decision that is contrary to your interests, you can appeal that decision to a higher court. 

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Personal Injury Compensation

How to Appeal Your Workers' Compensation Denial in Texas

If your Texas workers’ compensation claim has been denied, you can appeal the decision to try to get a more favorable outcome. This article explains the workers’ comp appeals process in Texas and provides tips on how to successfully challenge a claim denial. 

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The FY Law Firm, P.C.

The Attorney Frank Yeverino, from The The FY Family Law Firm, established in Houston Texas, talks about himself as a General Partner.

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