Recent Case Win—Dismissal on Theft Case by Bo Kalabus

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The client was charged for the offense of theft under $50.  The charge, based on the facts of the case, was a Class C misdemeanor—punishable up to a $500 fine.  The client had paid for over $220 worth of goods at the Dillard’s register; however, she had walked out the door with 2 bracelets on her wrist that she had tried on, but forgotten to take off.  The bracelets were worth $20 and Dillard’s pressed charges.  After negotiations, the State of Texas agreed to dismiss the charges in the interest of justice beca

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use it did not make sense that a person would buy $220 worth of merchandise just to steal $20 worth of merchandise.  The client will be able to clear the charge from her record.  This dismissal was a huge relief for my client and she was pleased with the result.  Hope it was worth it Dillard’s—you lost a customer for life.

 

 

Recent Case Win-Reduction Granted on Possession of Marijuana case by Bo Kalabus

214-402-4364-Writ Bond Hotline; bo@kalabuslaw.com www.rosenthalwadas.com; www.kalabuslaw.com Office: 972-562-7549 The client was arrested for allegedly having possession of marijuana.  The State of Texas believed it had a relatively easy case to prove.  My client was charged with a Class B misdemeanor, which is punishable up to 180 days in jail and a $2,000 fine. After working on the […]

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Recent Case Win-Reduction Granted on Theft Case by Bo Kalabus

214-402-4364–24Hour Jail Release By Bo Kalabus; bo@kalabuslaw.com; www.rosenthalwadas.com; www.kalabuslaw.com Office: 972-562-7549 24 The client was arrested for the offense of theft. The charge, based on the facts of the case, was a Class B misdemeanor—punishable up to 180 days in jail and a $2,000 fine. The facts of the case were not very good for […]

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Dallas Judge Charged With Family Violence–Interesting Story Developing

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214-402-4364 (24 hour jail release) 972-562-7549 (Office) bo@kalabuslaw.com (email) www.kalabuslaw.com; www.rosenthalwadas.com State District Judge Carlos Cortez was arrested and charged with family violence assault for allegedly choking his girlfriend, leaning her over the edge of the balcony at his Uptown condominium, and threatening to kill her this last week.  Judge Cortez has filed a motion challenging […]

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Writ Bond-Immediate Jail Release

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214-402-4364-24 Hour Jail Release By Bo Kalabus; bo@kalabuslaw.com; Office: 972-562-7549 Need an Attorney Bond?  Need a Writ Bond? Call for Immediate Jail Release 214-402-4364 An attorney writ bond works as a mechanism to trigger an immediate cash bond for certain misdemeanor arrests in Collin County where individuals have not had a bond set because they have not […]

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What You Need to Know About DWI No Refusal/Zero Tolerance in Collin/Dallas Counties This Holiday Season

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By Bo Kalabus; bo@kalabuslaw.com; Office: 972-562-7549 www.kalabuslaw.com www.rosenthalwadas.com Take my advice: make the taxi companies or Uber some money this holiday season.  Actually, anytime you are out drinking is a good time to call for a ride home—there’s just too much to risk. This holiday season, however, drivers will be under even more scrutiny from the […]

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Just What is Proof Beyond Reasonable Doubt in Texas?

214-402-4364 (24 hour jail release); 972-562-7549 (Office) bo@kalabuslaw.com (email) www.kalabuslaw.com; www.rosenthalwadas.com By Bo Kalabus In Texas, the government has the burden of proof in a criminal case.  What this means is the State of Texas has the burden to prove the Defendant’s guilt beyond a reasonable doubt.  You may wonder just what is the definition of proof […]

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FAQs About Possession of Marijuana in Texas

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214-402-4364 (24 hour jail release) 972-562-7549 (Office) bo@kalabuslaw.com (email) www.kalabuslaw.com www.rosenthalwadas.com Possession of Marijuana FAQ Q: What does possession really mean? A: The Texas Penal Code Section 1.07(39) defines “possession” as “actual care, custody, control, or management.” In other words, the State has to prove that someone was in actual care, custody, control, or management […]

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What are the laws and penalties regarding marijuana possession?

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214-402-4364 (24 hour jail release) 972-562-7549 (Office) bo@kalabuslaw.com (email) www.kalabuslaw.com www.rosenthalwadas.com In my practice I am asked on a frequent basis what are the penalties regarding marijuana possession? The penalties for marijuana possession are as follows: Weight Classification Penalty 2 ounces or less: Class B misdemeanor; Not more than 180 days in a county jail […]

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A Recent Case Win–Evading the Police Case Dismissed

214-402-4364 (24 hour jail release) 972-562-7549 (Office) bo@kalabuslaw.com (email) www.kalabuslaw.com www.rosenthalwadas.com In addition to my retained clients, I also take court appointed clients in certain counties, to help citizens that can’t afford a lawyer from waiving their rights if they are facing criminal charges. I think it helps me keep things in perspective and it’s […]

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