Ceja Law Firm, PLLC discusses everything you should know about hate crimes.

What to Know About Hate Crimes

With one of the most divisive presidents in decades in office, it is not too surprising to understand the amount of division and the strong opinions that exist in our current political landscape. And while we are all entitled to our own thoughts and opinions, we should always think before we act. Unfortunately, sometimes people […]

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Ceja Law Firm PLLC discusses what you should know about cyberbullying.

What to Know About the Crime of Cyberbullying

Unfortunately, bullying has become commonplace for most children – and even some adults. But if that isn’t bad enough, the advent of new technology and an ever-changing online landscape, cyberbullying has also continued to see an increase. What is Cyberbullying? Cyberbullying is any bullying that occurs over digital devices such as tablets, cell phones, and […]

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Ceja Law Firm, PLLC discusses the ways a blood alcohol content test can be inaccurate.

DUI Defense: Inaccurate Blood Alcohol Content Test

When you are pulled over and suspected of being under the influence, you will likely be given a blood test in order to determine your blood alcohol concentration (BAC), which is also known as the blood alcohol content test. In the state of Texas, an individual must be at least 21 years of age in […]

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Ceja Law Firm, PLLC gives an overview of what you should know about your Miranda Rights.

What to Know About Your Miranda Rights

If you have ever sat through an episode of “Cops” or “Law and Order,” you have probably heard the arresting officer speaking to the accused and saying something like “You have the right to remain silent.” This sentence marks the beginning of what is known as a Miranda Warning. A Miranda Warning serves to alert […]

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Ceja Law Firm discusses the defenses you can use if charged with assault.

I’ve Been Charged with Assault in Texas: Now What?

It can be very alarming when you have been charged with assault in Houston. Regardless of whether or not you have committed this crime, the short- and long-term effects and consequences can prove quite severe. There is a lot at stake. Should you be found guilty, you could be facing everything from jail time to […]

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Defenses to Auto Theft in Texas

Auto theft is a very serious crime that is commonly charged as a felony. If you have been charged with the crime of auto theft in the state of Texas, it is important that you understand exactly what you are dealing with. Proving Auto Theft in Texas Auto theft in Texas, often referred to as […]

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Defending Against the Accusation of a Sex Crime

One of the worst things a person can be accused of is committing a sex crime. Regardless of your innocence, and how the court may find, the stigma associated with such a heinous act can follow you around for the rest of your life and affect just about every aspect of it. From your ability […]

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Must Sex Offenders in Texas Always Be Registered?

Being charged with a sex crime is a very serious matter. It can have a negative impact on everything from where you live, to where you work, and even your ability to find employment. That’s why it’s important to know: If you’re charged as a sex offender, will you always be considered a sex offender? […]

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What is the Difference Between DUI and DWI in Texas?

Most of us are aware of the what it means to be under the influence or intoxicated, but did you know that in the state of Texas there is a clear difference between being charged with driving under the influence (DUI) and driving while intoxicated (DWI)? The Charge of DUI Under the Texas Traffic Code, […]

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