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Last Bag Check 2018

After a great start last year raising $2,500 for just one of these PTO programs, the Dash for the Beads committee expanded this year and set an ambitious goal – raise $10,000 to be divided evenly among the five beneficiary schools.

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Child Car Seat

Leaving a child alone in a car may seem like a convenient way to get your grocery shopping done, but the risks aren't worth it. Heat stroke, permanent disability and even death could result. Not to mention possible criminal charges.

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police search

Before law enforcement officer can legally stop another person, they must have a definite reasonable suspicion that the law has been violated. Here are five of the most common ways police act without reasonable suspicion.

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Dallas Twilight

On May 3, the City Plan Commission opened an Authorized Hearing to consider expansion of the Demolition Delay Overlay Districts to include areas of East Dallas and the Greater Oak Cliff area. In the next few months, the Commission will hear from community groups, and neighbors weighing in on the depth and scope of the proposed overlay districts.

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Summer Drinks

I typically do not recommend that individuals stopped for suspicion of DWI take the field sobriety test or blow into a breathalyzer. However, if you’re driving and cause injury to another person during a no refusal weekend, you may not have a choice.

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Family

Traveling this summer? Along with any travel plans, estate planning must also be considered. While it’s true you could easily be hurt going to work on a Monday morning, leaving to chance the business of what happens to your family and your property should something happen to you is not a smart option. Travel with peace of mind.

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Lady Justice

Proud to be named "Best Criminal Defense Attorney" for the eighth consecutive year. More than one third of our business comes from referrals from past clients and friends. Need help? Call us!

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Police Lights

In Dallas, though disparities have improved over time, a black or Hispanic person is statistically more likely to be stopped, searched and arrested by police than a white person. We explain how the law provides safe haven from discrimination by police.

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