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April 11

What Happens If I Waive My Miranda Rights? By Dallas Defense Lawyers Broden & Mickelsen

When an individual is taken into police custody, the law requires the police to inform them of their rights under the Fifth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. These rights are also known as Miranda rights because of a Supreme Court case called Miranda v. Arizona. Miranda rights give you the right to have a lawyer present during police questioning, as well as the right to decline to answer ...
What Happens If I Waive My Miranda Rights? By Dallas Defense Lawyers Broden & Mickelsen
March 30

Tax Crimes Defense Lawyers Explain - Tax Fraud vs. Tax Evasion: What’s the Difference?

Tax crimes are a type of white collar crime, and the penalties for failing to pay your taxes can be quite severe. Besides fines and other financial penalties, you could spend time in prison if you are convicted. Dallas Criminal Defense & Appellate Lawyers It’s also possible you will never again be able to obtain a job in an industry where you manage or handle money, as employers are lik...
Tax Crimes Defense Lawyers Explain - Tax Fraud vs. Tax Evasion: What’s the Difference?
March 24

Attorney Mick Mickelsen Obtains New Trial for Client

Broden & Mickelsen, LLP today announced that Attorney Mick Mickelsen obtained a new trial for a client serving a life sentence for the murder of his aunt. Mr. Mickelsen fought long and hard on the client’s behalf, obtaining a new trial for the client. “This is a significant victory for our client,” says Mr. Mickelsen, Texas criminal defense attorney at Broden & Mickelsen, LLP. “Desp...
Attorney Mick Mickelsen Obtains New Trial for Client
March 04

A Dallas Federal Criminal Defense Attorney Explains What to Do When Under Investigation for Fraud Allegations

Dallas, TX - Being investigated for fraud can be a scary experience; however, it can be even scarier when an individual doesn't find out about the investigation until after he or she is arrested. Federal white-collar criminal investigations encompass a wide variety of alleged crimes, but most involve some allegation of fraud. In such cases, it is important not to simply hire any criminal de...
A Dallas Federal Criminal Defense Attorney Explains What to Do When Under Investigation for Fraud Allegations
March 03

Criminal defense lawyers in Dallas outlines a number of rights you should know before you are stopped by the police.

For many people, getting stopped by the police can be a heart-pounding encounter, whether you’re stopped and frisked on the street or pulled over for speeding. Knowing your rights, along with knowing how to act with law enforcement, can help make the encounter less stressful. It can also help you avoid doing or saying anything that might incriminate you. Your Fundamental Rights When Stopped...
Criminal defense lawyers in Dallas outlines a number of rights you should know before you are stopped by the police.
February 28

Dallas Criminal Defense Lawyers Explains Texas Criminal Trespass Basics

If you enter someone else’s property without permission, you can be charged with a crime called criminal trespass. In addition to being charged with a crime, you may face monetary penalties in civil court. In the criminal system, however, trespassing is punishable by fines and in some cases even jail time. An experienced Dallas criminal defense lawyer at Broden & Mickelsen will help you u...
Dallas Criminal Defense Lawyers Explains Texas Criminal Trespass Basics
February 11

Shoplifting Can Leave You with a Permanent Criminal Record - Report by Dallas Criminal Defense Lawyers Broden & Mickelsen

The financial demands can result in stress, family disagreements, and shrinking bank accounts. According to the National Retail Federation, Americans spend about $465 billion on holiday gifts each year. With so much pressure to buy gifts and indulge in celebrations, some people make the unfortunate decision to shoplift. Shoplifting is a serious crime in Texas, and it can lead to severe cons...
Shoplifting Can Leave You with a Permanent Criminal Record - Report by Dallas Criminal Defense Lawyers Broden & Mickelsen
January 30

Dallas Criminal Appeals Lawyers Answers Frequently Asked Questions About Appeals and Writs of Habeas Corpus

Here are some of the most commonly asked questions and answers about the federal appeals process. By Dallas Criminal Appeals Attorneys Broden & Mickelsen If you want to appeal a criminal conviction, you probably have many questions about the federal appeals process and your options. Here are some of the most commonly asked questions and answers about this highly complex area of law. Can...
Dallas Criminal Appeals Lawyers Answers Frequently Asked Questions About Appeals and Writs of Habeas Corpus
January 25

Clint Broden Criminal Defense Lawyer for Garret Miller Updates Media - STATEMENT REGARDING GARRET MILLER

STATEMENT REGARDING GARRET MILLER Clinton Broden, a partner in the law firm of Broden & Mickelsen, LLP and defense attorney for Garret Miller, releases the following statement on behalf of Mr. Miller: First, let me say that I was in Washington, D.C. on January 6, 2021, because I believed I was following the instructions of former President Trump and he was my president and the commande...
January 14

Defense Lawyer for State Defense Dallas Criminal Defense Attorney Mick Mickelsen Explains What Does It Mean to Resist Arrest in Texas?

Most people are familiar with the term “resisting arrest.” While you may think you know what it means, are you truly familiar with how someone can get charged with resisting arrest in Texas? Specifically, are there ever instances in which it’s okay to resist arrest? What if a police officer is placing you under arrest even though you haven’t done anything wrong? Police officers in Texas ar...
Defense Lawyer for State Defense Dallas Criminal Defense Attorney Mick Mickelsen Explains What Does It Mean to Resist Arrest in Texas?