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How can you get parole in Texas?

A criminal defense attorney's job doesn't end when a trial comes to its conclusion or a defendant accepts a guilty plea in exchange for a reduced sentence. Many people who are convicted of crimes eventually become eligible for parole -- but that eligibility doesn't always equal early release.

Understand when your 'Miranda' rights actually apply

Your "Miranda" warnings are actually just pointed reminders of your Fifth Amendment Constitutional rights, including your right to refuse to answer when the police ask you questions. You are also reminded that if you do choose to talk to investigators, they will record everything you say and use it against you in court if possible. You are also reminded that you have the right to an attorney to help mount your defense in court -- even if you can't afford a private one.

Fighting forensic evidence may be easier than you think

Thanks to television and movies, most people think that forensic evidence can pinpoint a murderer's actions and identity with laser-like precision. The grim reality is that there's a lot of flawed forensics going on in the nation's labs -- particularly in Houston.

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