Baylor Law Criminal Law Society Podcast
Baylor Law Criminal Law Society

Keith and Kevin had the opportunity to discuss their defense practice and issues that they’ve faced over their careers on the Baylor Law Criminal Law Society Podcast. You can listen to them here.

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Possession - The Essential Element

When looking at possession of controlled substance, possession of a firearm or possession of a prohibited weapon, the key to these cases is the possession aspect of it.  One element that the State has to prove is that the person who is charged knowingly possessed the item.

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How Can the Police Search My Car When I Did Not Give Them Consent?

Oftentimes we get this question when people come into our offices. Needless to say, there are a lot of people that get arrested for offenses that they weren’t necessarily pulled over for.

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What Should I Do if I Have a Warrant?

Arrest warrants are orders that are issued that allow an agency or police officer to arrest someone. Hopefully, you never find yourself with an active warrant, but it happens. When it does, you want to be prepared by knowing how to handle the situation.

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Am I Eligible for an Expunction?

We often get calls from people wanting to get an expunction for some prior criminal offense for which they were arrested. Expunctions are a way to clear someone’s record - but there are limitations to when an expunction is possible.

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"Constitutional Carry" (Texas' New Gun Law)

WHAT IS “CONSTITUTIONAL CARRY” AND WHEN DOES IT TAKE EFFECT? This year, the Texas Legislature enacted House Bill 1927, the Firearm Carry Act of 2021. It has also been referred to as “Constitutional Carry” in Texas.

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