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DWI and Texas Driver’s License Suspension

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If you have been arrested for Driving While Intoxicated in Texas, there’s chance that your driver’s license will be suspended. For individuals who are arrested for alcohol related offenses there are two types of suspensions: administrative suspensions imposed by the Texas Department of Public Safety and court ordered suspensions which are imposed if you’re convicted …

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How Can You Defend Someone Who’s Guilty?

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Why Criminal Defense? I’m often asked “How can you defend someone who’s guilty of a crime?”  My first response to the question is “How do you know someone’s guilty?”  In the United States there have been 303 individuals who were convicted by a judge or a jury and who were later cleared of wrong doing …

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Tips On Avoiding a DWI Charge

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Nico LaHood and I have a combined 25 years of experience in the area of criminal law. Many of those years included preparing and evaluating driving while intoxicated (“DWI”) cases for trial.  Early on I began noticing an interesting pattern when these cases made it to the courtroom. Surprisingly, 90% of defendants charged with a DWI …

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Attorney Nico LaHood on News Talk 550 KTSA’s Jack Riccardi Show

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Criminal Defense Attorney Nico LaHood makes a guest appearance on the Jack Riccardi Show on News Talk 550 KTSA and weighs in on the Sandusky Trial.  

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Probation In DWI Manslaughter

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Jurors ordered probation Thursday for a teacher who killed another motorist four years ago after getting behind the wheel at twice the legal limit for alcohol and driving an estimated 95 mph on Interstate 10. Attorneys for Jose Castaneda, who was working at O’Connor Hight School at the time and now teaches in Del Rio, …

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