Gale Law Group
711 N Carancahua St Suite 514
Corpus Christi, TX 78401
361.808.4444

Criminal Defense


June 15, 2020

How You Can Protect Yourself and Your Family from Drunk Drivers

You might think you’re helpless when it comes to protecting yourself and your family from the damage that a drunk driver can cause, but there are some things you can do to stay safer while you’re on the road.

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drunk driving
May 8, 2020

How You Can Get a Loved One Out of Jail

You never want to get that call. But if you do, your loved one may need your help. Bailing someone out of jail can be scary. If you have never done it before, you might even feel intimidated.

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April 12, 2020

How the Term “Aggravated” Can Affect Your Case and Level of Punishment in the State of Texas

The definition of an aggravated crime will vary from state to state, which is why many people wonder what it means when it’s used in the criminal justice system. Is there really a difference between a robbery and an aggravated robbery in Texas, and is one worse than the other?

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aggravated assault
March 15, 2020

Common Defenses for Texas Criminal Charges

In the United States, you’re considered innocent until you’re proven guilty. So, the burden of proof is on the prosecution — not you.

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justice
February 22, 2020

The Consequences of Consecutive DWI Convictions in the State of Texas

If you’re facing a DWI in Texas (whether it’s an arrest or a conviction), there are a number of things you have to consider. Will you have to spend time in jail?

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DWI consequences
January 24, 2020

Motivations and Triggers for Committing White-Collar Crimes

White-collar crimes can be committed for a few different reasons. They could be influenced by money, influence, or even power.

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white collar crime felon
December 16, 2019

Understanding Assault and Battery Charges in the State of Texas

Many states treat assault and battery as two separate crimes, while others treat them as the same charge. And the reason for this is because the two offenses are closely related. The term “assault” refers to any action that puts someone else under threat of bodily injury, while “battery” refers to any type of physical contact.

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assault and battery charges
November 14, 2019

Texas Parole Violation: Types, Procedures, and Rights

Knowing the different types of parole violations in the State of Texas can help you to determine if you’re risk of a parole revocation.

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parole violation
October 20, 2019

What is a Pretrial Diversion and How Does it Work?

A pretrial diversion is an alternative to prosecution that’s meant to circumvent the standard criminal justice process by entering a program that involves supervision and other services administered by the U. S. Probation Service.

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criminal background check
September 12, 2019

Alcohol-Related Charges, Defenses, and Possible Penalties in the State of Texas

If you’re facing a DWI or any other alcohol-related charge, you might be wondering what sort of penalties you could face. And you be wondering what you can do to defend yourself.

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dwi charges