Kyle Law Firm
Get A Free Consultation | 830-730-4215

December 2018 Archives

Do you know what an ignition interlock device actually does?

Perhaps you left that holiday party a bit too soon after having a couple of drinks. Even though you felt as though you were okay to drive, a police officer pulled you over. After putting you through the paces, so to speak, the officer determined that there was enough evidence to accuse you of DUI. As a result, you may face the suspension of your driver's license.

Processing emotions when faced with a loved one's sudden death

Nothing could have prepared you for the moment you answered the phone and learned that your loved one was involved in a fatal car accident. Only those in Texas and beyond who have suffered similar losses can relate to the utter shock and devastation you experienced in the moments and days that followed that initial call. Picking up the pieces and moving on in life after a sudden, unexpected loss of a loved one can be one of the most difficult experiences of a lifetime. 

Can a drug conviction impact financial aid eligibility?

As a parent of a Texas college student, chances are, you instilled wisdom in your son or daughter before he or she left your home with the hope that your child will make smart choices without your direct guidance. For many young people, however, college is a time for experimentation, and that might mean using drugs or alcohol at parties or recreationally. In some cases, drug use can lead to serious consequences that come from both inside and out of the criminal justice system.

Whose drugs are they?

Facing drug charges in Texas can be a very serious matter. Depending on what type of drug officers accuse you of having and the amount thereof, a conviction could put you in jail or prison for a substantial length of time. But remember, before a prosecutor can convict you of any type of drug charge, (s)he must first prove that you owned or controlled the drugs.

Email Us For A Response

Contact Our Firm Now

Bold labels are required.

Contact Information

The use of the Internet or this form for communication with the firm or any individual member of the firm does not establish an attorney-client relationship. Confidential or time-sensitive information should not be sent through this form.


Privacy Policy

New Braunfels Office
707 N. Walnut Ave.
New Braunfels, TX 78130

Phone: 830-730-4215
New Braunfels Law Office Map

San Marcos Office
136 East San Antonio Street
San Marcos, TX 78666

Phone: 830-730-4215
Map & Directions