Can I Be Charged with Possession of Marijuana in Houston?
Posted in Uncategorized on April 14, 2021
Around the country, states are debating the legalization of marijuana. Many states, like Colorado and Washington, have full legalization of marijuana. Others are decriminalizing marijuana possession or allowing for the use of medical marijuana. The differences in laws lead to confusion for many people. It’s best to know the laws in your area before you…
How to Choose the Right Criminal Defense Attorney in Houston
Posted in Uncategorized on March 18, 2021
If you face criminal charges in Houston, Texas, you need a criminal defense attorney on your side. At Mary Conn Law, we represent clients facing many types of criminal charges backed by decades of experience, extensive knowledge of the law, and familiarity with the local criminal court system. When charged with a crime, it’s…
When Can You Receive a Hit-and-Run Charge in Houston?
Posted in Uncategorized on February 26, 2021
Did you experience a car crash and fail to stop? You may face criminal charges in Houston. Hit-and-run charges are a serious offense in Texas. If you receive a hit-and-run charge, you need the help of an experienced defense attorney. Depending on the specific circumstances of the event, you could even face felony charges….
The Importance of a Strong Defense for Juvenile Crime
Posted in Uncategorized on February 23, 2021
At Mary Conn Law, we take juvenile criminal defense very seriously. If you face a juvenile criminal charge, so should you. Depending on the offense, your child could even face adult-level penalties. Juvenile justice requires the help of an experienced Houston attorney. You need someone familiar with Texas law and proficiency in navigating the juvenile…
Do You Need a Defense Attorney for Misdemeanor Charges in Houston?
Posted in Texas Law, Uncategorized on January 4, 2021
Often, individuals don’t consider misdemeanor offenses a big deal. This is a mistake. In Houston, a misdemeanor offense can carry heavy consequences. Plus, misdemeanor offenses still impact your criminal record. Also, multiple misdemeanor convictions can lead to harsher sentencing. If you receive a misdemeanor charge, contact Mary Conn Law. We represent clients in Houston…