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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Traffic Tickets for Texas on
Q: Have to go to court on driving on suspended license ,court has me charged with probation revocation can I get it dissmi
Paul Saputo Jr.
Paul Saputo Jr.
answered on Jan 18, 2017

If you're going to court on the DWLI, get that dismissed and you'll stand a better chance of winning your probation revocation case.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law for Texas on
Q: I am 18 and my gf is 17, if she were to get pregnant could her parents press charges even though we both gave consent?
Paul Saputo Jr.
Paul Saputo Jr.
answered on Jan 7, 2017

The state is responsible for charging people with an offense, not the girl's parents.

It is possible that you could be charged with Sexual Performance by a Child. However, you would have an affirmative defense available that you are not more than two years older than the child.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Juvenile Law for Texas on
Q: Knocked out by a 15 year old

My 18 yr old son was on an out of state band trip when he got home Ibsaw that he had 2 black eyes a busted lip and he was having a hard time moving his jaw. A 15 yr old fellow band member was waiting for him to get back to his room when he punched him and knocked him out. My son kept trying to get... Read more »

Paul Saputo Jr.
Paul Saputo Jr.
answered on Jan 7, 2017

This sounds like a situation that you may need to contact the police about.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law for Texas on
Q: I took four years deferred probation for a state jail felony now I dont want probation I just want jail. how I do that
Paul Saputo Jr.
Paul Saputo Jr.
answered on Jan 7, 2017

The court supervising your probation will have to modify your sentence in order to send you to state jail. In order to do that, I suggest you hire a lawyer to communicate with the court for you and advise you on the repercussion of proceeding with that course of action.

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