Our office remains open and working during this unprecedented time. We are available to discuss your case in person, by phone, or by 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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Drunk Driving Isn’t the Only Way to Score A DWI

By Brooke Price Before ever getting a driver’s license and starting the engine for the first time, we are told repeatedly about the dangers of drunk driving.  We are taught that the legal limit is 0.08, uber is installed on every cell phone, and a reliable designated driver is established. But what happens when we…
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You Used a Prescription Drug— But Did You Use YOUR Prescription?

By Brooke Price According to the Health Policy Institute at Georgetown University, 66% of all adults in the US — more than 131 million people— use prescription drugs daily.  As mental health awareness increases in our cities, it is becoming the norm to see drugs like Adderall or Xanax in the medicine cabinet.  However, just…
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Assault by Strangulation — It’s a Felony

By Brooke Price  Assault charges in Texas come with very serious consequences, and family violence cases are increasing in Central Texas at an alarming rate. According to the Austin American Statesman, calls to domestic abuse shelters and hotlines have spiked drastically as families spend a greater amount of time together because of the COVID-19 pandemic….
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Expunction? Or, is it Expungement? Same thing and you should look into it

By Brooke Price  Expunction or expungement, however you refer to it, is a way to permanently clear charges from your criminal record. Getting your record cleared can help you get the jobs you want and give you peace of mind.  It is more important than ever to put your best foot forward as Central Texas…
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You’ve Just Been Arrested for the First Time— Here’s what you Need to Know.

By Brooke Price  Do not represent yourself.  No matter what you have been arrested for and charged with, your first step should be to seek legal counsel. Hiring an attorney that you trust can help you know your rights, understand the possible outcomes, and mitigate the possible consequences as much as possible.  Attorney’s fees are…
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Not Happy with Your Court Appointed Lawyer? You’re Not Necessarily Stuck with Them!

By Brooke Price  If you are facing criminal charges, you want the best representation possible to minimize the consequences. While there are many qualified and conscientious lawyers who accept court appointments, it is not universal. Even though using an appointed lawyer can have upsides, you may not get the personalized, quality time and attention your…
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By Brooke Price  If you are facing criminal charges, you want the best representation possible to minimize the consequences. While there are many qualified and conscientious lawyers who accept court appointments, it is not universal. Even though using an appointed lawyer can have upsides, you may not get the personalized, quality time and attention your…
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Protect Your Legacy by Writing Your Will

By Brooke Price  The COVID-19 pandemic is changing our way of life as we know it. With stay-at-home orders lifting and society slowly inching towards normalcy, many people are wondering what will happen to their families if they get sick over the next few months. Austin’s estate planning attorneys are booked solid as people rush…
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Williamson County DWI? Don’t Wait to Hire an Attorney

By Brooke Price  In stressful world of COVID-19, being faced with a DWI conviction can be incredibly overwhelming. Alcohol use has significantly increased in the past few months as people are asked to stay home and social distance. While those arrested in Williamson County may not have a court for up to 60 days thanks…
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Managing Stress Can Help Prevent Domestic Violence Situations

The coronavirus has altered lives in ways that few people could have ever anticipated. Americans are grappling with job loss, being forced to stay home, and are homeschooling their children, compounding our difficulties in these unprecedented times. Unfortunately, these hardships are creating an environment where domestic violence can occur more often. Williamson County intake prosecutors…
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