How to Dress for Jury Duty
Read article on UpJourney Courts follow specific rules and regulations regarding everything. As such, jurors are expected to dress in harmony with those guidelines. Here are some of the things you should keep in mind when getting ready for jury duty: Joseph Hoelscher Veteran Trial Lawyer | Published Legal Scholar | Managing Attorney, Hoelscher Gebbia Cepeda… read more
Foster to Adopt Texas: Your Step-By-Step Guide Through the Transition
Foster to Adopt Texas: Your Step-By-Step Guide Through the Transition Foster to adopt Texas laws can be tough to navigate. Here is a step-by-step guide through the process. There are currently over 3,000 children available for adoption through the foster care system in Texas. Over 29,000 children are in the state’s foster care system. If you feel… read more
Is Cyberstalking A Crime In Texas?
You hear a lot about cyberstalking on TV talk shows, in entertainment news and even as plots in courtroom dramas. Cyberstalking involves the use of the internet or other electronic means to harass or stalk an individual. The Electronic Communications Act was passed in Texas in 2001. It explicitly prohibits cyberstalking, cyber harassment and other… read more
The Difference Between A Not Guilty Verdict And An Acquittal
We’ve all watched Law & Order, Damages and other courtroom dramas. But watching it on TV and having your case go to trial are two different things. Hollywood casting and exaggerated scripts aside, what IS the difference between a Not Guilty verdict and an Acquittal? The experienced criminal defense lawyers at Hoelscher Gebbia Cepeda had… read more