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Avoid A DWI The Morning After

You may be a responsible driver who obeys traffic laws and signals and would never drink and drive. However, if you go out at night and have one too many drinks, you may not be as sober as you think when the sun comes up. The BAC, or blood alcohol concentration, legal limit in the Read More

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Texas Computer Crimes

It took a while for the law to catch up with technology. However, now, states like Texas have strict laws regarding the unlawful use of computer systems. In many cases, a computer crime is merely one of many offenses committed. You may have been arrested for digital theft, piracy, using a computer to defraud, identity Read More

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Sex Offender Registry In Texas: Who Has To Register?

The sex offender registry program has been in effect in Texas since September 1, 1991. If you are sentenced to register as a sex offender, you must register for 10 years or life, depending on the crime you are accused of committing. In addition, as a registered sex offender, you must visit your primary registration Read More

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Announcing the Launch of My Blog

Welcome to the blog of Kevin L. Collins, P.C. My San Antonio, Texas office handles cases involving criminal law – and, for more than 24 years, I have aggressively defended clients in federal, state and appellate courts. If you are being investigated or have been arrested for a crime in Texas, it is important that Read More

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Economy Bad, White-Collar Crime Good!

WHAT IS WHITE-COLLAR CRIME? White-collar crime is an all-encompassing phase for frauds, schemes, and financial offenses by business persons, public officials, and confidence men and women of all types.  Simply put, it covers a wide range of non-violent offenses that have cheating as their central element.  The different ruses can be as complex as stock Read More

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Juvenile Law is Not Child’s Play

A Challenging Client Intensity and complexity describe juvenile law, in terms of its unique blend of criminal and civil law, but also with regard to the client: by definition, the client is a child. We all have clients, no matter our practice area, be it corporate, family, personal injury, immigration or criminal, who stand out Read More

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Justice For All

Seeking Justice, Not Just Convictions First, let me just say that I know a lot about prosecutors.  I used to be one.  And as a criminal defense attorney, I still interact on a daily basis with federal, state and municipal prosecutors.  Most do their job professionally and diligently. Therefore in my experience, the vast majority Read More

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Social Media: A Guide for Lawyers

The emergence of social media has made information accessible to people worldwide. As companies in various industries iron out plans to engage in social media, many in the legal field are left wondering: “How can this method of communication benefit me and my practice?” I’ve read and had many discussions with experts, but at the Read More

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Driving While Texting Ban Needs Clarity

October 7, 2010 marked the passing of a new city ordinance for San Antonians, in which the City Council unanimously adopted a ban on texting while driving. The new law went into effect on October 15, 2010, which allows police officers to issue citations and fines up to $200 for offenders, although warnings will be Read More

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Fear of Flying?

Fear of Flying? I can remember watching old television and movie shows depicting well-dressed folks, smiling, chatting and smoking while enjoying a first class dining experience – all on an airplane! This scene, if it ever existed, is really hard to imagine in this day and age. But the experience of the actual plane ride, Read More

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