Monthly Archives: July 2017


Expungement (Not Suicide) May be the Answer

Have you ever made a mistake? Have you ever done something that you regretted and as a result, you were constantly reminded of the mistake by being denied certain privileges or opportunities over and over again? I have actually worked with clients that told me that they made a mistake, were arrested, and now they believe that their lives are over because of one poor decision…one mistake. Moreover, the clients stated that they were arrested but not convicted. Regardless, the arrests had a profound effect on each person. Specifically, the arrests affected employment, housing, loans, etc. Nevertheless, an expungement can help to rectify the long-term effects that arrests can have on individuals. You may believe that an arrest has destroyed [...]

I’m Not a Thief, I was Hungry…

We work hard for our possessions. In fact, some of us work 60 hours or more to ensure that our loved ones have all of the basic necessities. As a result, we are horrified at the idea of someone taking our belongings without our permission. What do we think about these individuals, better known as thieves or burglars? Well, many of us do not think highly of people that steal from others. As a matter of fact, on November 14, 2007, in Pasadena, Texas, Joe Horn shot and killed two burglars outside of his neighbor’s home. The dispatcher advised Horn not to interfere because police officers would arrive to the scene momentarily, but Horn ignored the advice and shot and [...]