September 27— In light of recent events, including that involving suspended Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice, the NFL’s commissioner Roger Goodell came to Austin to visit the headquarters of the National Domestic Violence Hotline.
The NFL has recently been criticized for how they decided to suspend Ray Rice several months after his domestic violence incident with his then-fiancee and now wife Janay Palmer Rice. Palmer Rice has been standing up for her husband, saying that both her and her husband were out of character that night.
If you have recently been accused with assault or domestic violence charges, get in touch with the criminal defense team of attorney Ian Inglis. It is absolutely important that you seek legal counsel as early on in the process as possible, for your entire professional and personal future could be hinged on such accusations. Call our offices today at 512-472-1950.
Hilda Valadez, a former defense attorney in San Antonio, Texas, was sentenced on Monday, April 21 to 10 years in prison and ordered to pay a fine of $10,000 for forging the signatures of District Judges Sid Harle, Angus McGinty, and Sharon MacRae on attorney fee payment forms.
Bexar County assistant criminal district attorney Patrick Ballantyne said Judge Stephen Ables, who ruled on Valadez’s case, might be open to what is known as “shock probation”, in which a convicted individual spends the first part of their sentence in jail, but serves the rest of the sentence out of jail on probation.
Trey Banack, another Bexar County assistant criminal district attorney and white-collar crime division chief, said Valadez’s crimes were exposed when a suspicious clerk verified the authenticity of a judge’s signature on her form.
Individuals charged with forgery and other non-violent crimes can still face significant threats to their rights and their future. As such, if you have been charged with forgery or a similar crime in Austin, contact attorney Ian Inglis by calling (512) 472-1950 today for the experienced assistance you need.
A 10-year-old boy was one of three individuals arrested earlier this month in connection to an attempted southeast Austin burglary. On April 10th, police received a suspicious persons call regarding four individuals near Cocao Circle after a person reported seeing two people jump a wooden fence.
Police responded to the call and arrested three of the four individuals, including a 17-year-old boy, a 10-year-old boy, and another minor who is also suspected in connection with a number of other burglary cases.
If you have been arrested on theft or burglary charges, the penalties you could face have the potential to affect your life in serious ways. As such, it’s important that you do everything you can to fight the charges against you and protect your rights and freedoms. For the experienced legal help you need if you are facing such charges in Austin, contact Ian Inglis today by calling (512) 472-1950.