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Texas Board Certified Criminal Defense Lawyer
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Any concerns over the prosecution using the photograph of a fingerprint in its case? 
Forensic Evidence Is Not Trustworthy in Criminal Prosecutions

This week, AG Sessions announced the contract will not be renewed for the National Commission on Forensic Science. So, what's going to happen to make forensic evidence more trustworthy in criminal prosecutions? Who knows. One thing: it's not all that reliable right now. Consider:
#forensicevidence
#csi
#criminaldefense


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Who challenges bite mark evidence when a prosecutor wants to bring it in?
Forensic Evidence Is Not Trustworthy in Criminal Prosecutions

This week, AG Sessions announced the contract will not be renewed for the National Commission on Forensic Science. So, what's going to happen to make forensic evidence more trustworthy in criminal prosecutions? Who knows. One thing: it's not all that reliable right now. Consider:
#forensicevidence
#csi
#criminaldefense


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Did you know that fingerprint evidence is not 100% reliable, no matter what you see on television? More here
Forensic Evidence Is Not Trustworthy in Criminal Prosecutions

This week, AG Sessions announced the contract will not be renewed for the National Commission on Forensic Science. So, what's going to happen to make forensic evidence more trustworthy in criminal prosecutions? Who knows. One thing: it's not all that reliable right now. Consider:
#forensicevidence
#csi
#criminaldefense


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Forensic Evidence Is Not Trustworthy in Criminal Prosecutions

This week, AG Sessions announced the contract will not be renewed for the National Commission on Forensic Science. So, what's going to happen to make forensic evidence more trustworthy in criminal prosecutions? Who knows. One thing: it's not all that reliable right now. Consider:
#forensicevidence
#csi
#criminaldefense


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How active is MS-13 in your part of the country? 

MS-13 and Gang Crimes in North Texas: More Arrests and Prosecutions

The Trump Administration is focused upon MS-13 and gang-related crimes, but what does this mean for Dallas-Fort Worth and North Texas? The new 2017 Texas DPS report discusses threat of MS-13, Tango Blast, the Latin Kings, etc. Texas law targets gang-related crime with special treatment. Read:



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Gang members in Dallas, Fort Worth, and North Texas better get ready: there's gonna be more arrests and prosecutions here of MS-13, Tango Blast, etc. Read:


MS-13 and Gang Crimes in North Texas: More Arrests and Prosecutions

The Trump Administration is focused upon MS-13 and gang-related crimes, but what does this mean for Dallas-Fort Worth and North Texas? The new 2017 Texas DPS report discusses threat of MS-13, Tango Blast, the Latin Kings, etc. Texas law targets gang-related crime with special treatment. Read:



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MS-13 and Gang Crimes in North Texas: More Arrests and Prosecutions

The Trump Administration is focused upon MS-13 and gang-related crimes, but what does this mean for Dallas-Fort Worth and North Texas? The new 2017 Texas DPS report discusses threat of MS-13, Tango Blast, the Latin Kings, etc. Texas law targets gang-related crime with special treatment. Read:



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So, how often do you see prosecutors being challenged for Brady violations in ur state? 
Prosecutors Must Turn Over Evidence to Defense

Prosecutors have a legal duty to turn over evidence to the defense team. But not their entire file. So, where's the line? And who decides?

And when the prosecution turns over stuff to the defense four times during trial proceedings, what then? (Like just happened in the John Wiley Price trial here in Dallas.)

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When is misconduct to delay turning over evidence in a federal criminal trial? And what is the remedy for the defendant if misconduct is found? #JohnWileyPrice
Prosecutors Must Turn Over Evidence to Defense

Prosecutors have a legal duty to turn over evidence to the defense team. But not their entire file. So, where's the line? And who decides?

And when the prosecution turns over stuff to the defense four times during trial proceedings, what then? (Like just happened in the John Wiley Price trial here in Dallas.)

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Prosecutors Must Turn Over Evidence to Defense

Prosecutors have a legal duty to turn over evidence to the defense team. But not their entire file. So, where's the line? And who decides?

And when the prosecution turns over stuff to the defense four times during trial proceedings, what then? (Like just happened in the John Wiley Price trial here in Dallas.)
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