Our office remains open and working during this unprecedented time. We are available to discuss your case by phone or video conference. The criminal justice system is still functioning and we are able to work with prosecutors and judges remotely to continue/begin work on the best possible outcomes for our current and future clients. There is no reason to wait on hiring an attorney, as current uncertainty may help us resolve certain cases quicker and with better results. We look forward to discussing your case.
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Domestic Violence on the rise with COVID-19 quarantine

By Brooke Price Economic stress, job uncertainty, trouble finding childcare, and weeks of social distancing create situations for anxiety and tension. As COVID-19 cases continue to rise, relationships with loved ones are being challenged in new ways. Officials in cities with high numbers of reported cases are anticipating, and in some places seeing, a rise…
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COVID-19 may force you into a new job hunt. Sealing records can help you succeed

By Brooke Price In times of economic uncertainty, your legal record can have a profound impact on job opportunities. Many are being faced with having to find new jobs while businesses are shut down as a result of Williamson and Bell County’s’ shelter-in-place order to combat COVID-19. If you have a criminal record that can…
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Penalties for theft increase in severity during COVID-19 disaster declaration

By Law Office of Price & Wiggins In response to the global pandemic of COVID-19, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has declared a state of disaster for the Lone Star State. According to Abbott’s office, there are more than 30 confirmed cases of COVID-19, also known as the coronavirus, in Texas and there are more than…
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Collateral Consequences of a Family Violence Finding in Texas

Post written by Brooke Price.  Convictions for family violence offenses can have considerable lifetime repercussions.  A charge for a family violence offense can range from a class A misdemeanor to a 1st degree felony, and anywhere from a year in jail with up to a $4,000 fine to up to 99 years with up to…
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Vaping at school can lead to felony charges and expulsion for students

The way people smoke has evolved in the past few years, moving beyond paper to electronics. School officials in Texas are discovering vape pens may be filled with THC oil instead of tobacco. A report from the Texas Tribune details how some Texas school districts are installing “vape-detecting technology” sensors around campus and using drug-sniffing…
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Williamson County Prosecutor Drops Cases After New Texas Law

Newly enacted legislation could have a serious impact on marijuana possession cases in Williamson County and throughout the state of Texas. The state has recently implemented a hemp-related law on June 10th that requires law enforcement to test suspected cannabis for their THC level. If the level is at or above the legal limit of…
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Attorney Elizabeth Wiggins Recognized for Excellence in Law by Super Lawyers

We are proud to announce that veteran criminal defense attorney Elizabeth Wiggins was just named one of Texas’ Rising Stars by Thomson Reuters’ Super Lawyers Magazine.  Super Lawyers is one of the most respected attorney rating programs in the country. The Rising Star honor that Ms. Wiggins received is a distinction that is reserved for…
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Texas Revenge Porn Law Struck Down

On May 16, 2018, the 12th Court of Appeals of Texas in Tyler found that the states 2015 “revenge porn” law was unconstitutional. Signed by Governor Greg Abbott, the law forbids “unlawful disclosure of intimate visual materials,” which includes photographs, videos, and any other photographic reproduction of a person’s exposed genitals without their consent. The…
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Grandmother Arrested for Leaving Grandson in Van

KXAN-TV reported on September 6 that a 54-year-old woman was arrested in Georgetown for allegedly abandoning her grandchild in a hot car. According to KXAN, the woman went into the Ross department store on West University Avenue in Georgetown, but left her grandson strapped in a car seat for more than 20 minutes. The woman…
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