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June 03

Dallas Police Brutality Lawyers & Non-Violence Arrests Attorneys Broden & Mickelsen

Police Brutality & Non-Violence Arrests - Dallas Criminal Defense Attorneys Broden & Mickelsen Strongly Support the First Amendment As part of Broden & Mickelsen’s, Dallas Criminal Defense Lawyers commitment to the First Amendment and criminal justice issues, and subject to our review of the facts of individual cases, we will represent pro bono any persons in the Dallas area who,...
Dallas Police Brutality Lawyers & Non-Violence Arrests Attorneys Broden & Mickelsen
May 31

Broden & Mickelsen Explore Nationwide Drop in White-Collar Crime Prosecution

Dallas, TX - Long standing Dallas-based white collar criminal defense attorneys Broden & Mickelsen recently spent some time exploring the remarkable findings of a study performed by Syracuse University. The research compared current prosecution levels to 30 years of U.S. Justice Department records and found that the prosecution of white-collar offenders reached an all-time low in January ...
Broden & Mickelsen Explore Nationwide Drop in White-Collar Crime Prosecution
May 28

Dallas Criminal Defense Attorneys Broden Mickelsen Explore Texas Court of Criminal Appeals

Dallas, TX - Dallas criminal defense attorneys Broden & Mickelsen recently explored the story of how the COVID-19 outbreak led to a delay of execution for a Texas inmate who was sentenced to death in 2011 for the brutal murder of his father-in-law, 5-year old daughter, and pregnant wife.  The blog post, titled Coronavirus Sparks Stay of Execution for Texas Death Row Inmate, details the v...
Dallas Criminal Defense Attorneys Broden Mickelsen Explore Texas Court of Criminal Appeals
May 25

Texas Statutes of Limitations for Sexual Crimes Against Children

For many years, the Catholic Church has come under fire for the widespread occurrence of child molestation. While the majority of the media attention has fallen on U.S. priests, clergy members in many other countries have been identified as abusers.  “Sexual Assault, commonly referred to as “rape,” is perhaps the most stressful allegation with which to be faced, particularly if the sexual as...
Texas Statutes of Limitations for Sexual Crimes Against Children
May 15

Texas Inmates Sue Over Coronavirus Concerns at Prisons

Lawsuits brought over dangerous conditions at jails and prisons in Texas are nothing new. However, the coronavirus epidemic threatens added dangers to inmates who claim they are being unnecessarily exposed to illness. Two older inmates at the notorious Pack Unit, the Wallace Pack prison, near Houston have sued the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. They claim the prison failed to implemen...
Texas Inmates Sue Over Coronavirus Concerns at Prisons
May 11

Will the Coronavirus Pandemic Affect the Statute of Limitations in My Case?

The coronavirus pandemic has disrupted just about every area of life. In addition to taxing the health system and creating financial difficulties for people and businesses around the country, the health crisis has also had a widespread effect on cases in both the civil and criminal justice systems.  If you have a pending personal injury case or have been injured and are contemplating filing ...
Will the Coronavirus Pandemic Affect the Statute of Limitations in My Case?
May 10

Can I Lose My Assets While Under Investigation for a White-Collar Crime?

When someone is being investigated for a white-collar crime, there is almost always substantial evidence that exists against them. It’s this mound of evidence that provokes a deeper investigation in the first place. Because white collar crimes are financially motivated, criminal investigators are going to look closely at the finances and assets of the accused, often going forward with the per...
Can I Lose My Assets While Under Investigation for a White-Collar Crime?
April 12

Fraudster Indicted for Coronavirus Vaccine Scam

Dallas criminal defense lawyer explains Coronavirus Vaccine Scam   Unfortunately, there will always be people who attempt to profit off a tragedy or disaster. With the coronavirus pandemic becoming more widespread in the United States, a variety of scams and price gouging schemes have appeared online.  Now, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) is cracking down on individuals looking to make ...
Fraudster Indicted for Coronavirus Vaccine Scam
March 30

Is It a Crime to Have Sex in Public? Dallas attorneys share their answers

Before you sneak off to the airplane bathroom in a bid to join the “mile high club,” or you get a little too amorous with your date in a public parking garage, keep in mind that appearing nude or engaging in sexual acts in a public place can lead to criminal charges, attorneys Broden and Mickelsen remind us in a recent post to their award-winning blog.  In Texas, public sex can result in a c...
Is It a Crime to Have Sex in Public? Dallas attorneys share their answers
March 09

How Corporations Are Defending Themselves From White Collar Crime

Crimes under the “white-collar” umbrella are financially motivated and usually nonviolent, but that doesn’t mean that the impact isn’t devastating. Over a third of businesses have been the victims of white-collar crime, which can cost large corporations billions of dollars. It can be hard to initially detect crimes like fraud and embezzlement, leaving companies with the difficult job of defen...
How Corporations Are Defending Themselves From White Collar Crime