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CRIMINAL LAW

If you been arrested or charged with a misdemeanor or a serious felony, time is of the essence.  Your freedom and reputation are at stake.  At MLF Legal, we understand that it is extremely stressful to be accused of a criminal act and be looking at possible prison time, jail or a conviction on your record

You need a law firm that will thoroughly review the facts of your case and hold the government to their legal burden.  We will aggressively defend your legal rights and keep you informed as to your options during the procedures.

At MLF Legal we handle a variety of misdemeanors and felonies, including but not limited to:

  • DWI (driving while intoxicated)
  • Public Intoxication
  • Solicitation
  • Possession of an illegal substance
  • Intent to Distribute
  • Assault
  • Domestic Violence
  • Identity theft
  • Probation Revocation
  • Organized Crime
  • Burglary
  • Theft
  • Embezzlement

Recent Notable Cases:

W.R. Charged with Felonly Theft                                               Result: Dismissed at trial

M.W. Charged Online Impersonation                                      Result: Charges Dismissed

B.L.  Assault causes Bodily Injury                                              Result: Charges Dismissed

C.Y.  Assault F/V causes Bodily Injury                                      Result: Charges Dismissed

B.B.  Violation of a Protective Order                                        Result: Charges Dismissed

D.P. Manufacturing/Deliver C/S                                                Result: Grand Jury No Billed

D.P. Possession of Marijuana                                                     Result: Charges Dismissed

  • Charged 1st Degree Felony Result: Charges Dismissed
  1. Charged 1st Degree Felony                                                   Result: Charges Dismissed

V.G.    Charged 1st Degree Felony                                            Result: Charges Dismissed

C.D.    Charged 1st Degree Felony                                            Result: Grand Jury No Billed

 

 

CRIMINAL LAW BLOG

Is It A Crime To Burn A Flag In Texas?

It may be a crime to burn a flag in Texas.  If you are upset and protesting in Texas, you need to be careful and understand the law before you perform certain activities.  It is a crime if you burn a United States flag or the flag of Texas. Burn a Flag Crime...

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Obstructing A Highway Or Other Passageway

Obstructing a highway or other passageway in Texas is generally a class b misdemeanor.  Until recently we generally saw the charge of obstructing a highway as an alternative charge for driving while intoxicated. However, with today’s environment people who are...

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Texas Criminal Charge of Riot

The Texas criminal charge of Riot is generally a class b misdemeanor.  However, the class of the charge can be increased to any charge that is of a higher class when it was done by any party involved in the riot.  This happens when it was the purpose of the...

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Disorderly Conduct In Texas

Disorderly conduct is one of the charges we are starting to see more frequently.  Especially against people who protest in Texas.  Disorderly conduct can be charged as a class c or class b misdemeanor depending upon the conduct leading to the charge. Class C...

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One-Leg Stand Test (Field Sobriety Test)

The One-Leg Stand Test is the third of the standardized field sobriety test used by Texas police.  The tests are to establish intoxication for a charge of driving while intoxicated (DWI). So far, the police officer has had you look at his pen while he waved it...

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