San Antonio Criminal Defense Lawyer Tylden Shaeffer to Present at NELA 2017 Annual Convention

SA defense attorney to take part in discussion panel at this year’s National Employment Lawyers Association Annual Convention in June to address challenges faced when clients access employer documents outside the formal discovery process. San Antonio, Texas (PRWEB) May 02, 2017 Tylden Shaeffer, principal attorney at Tylden Shaeffer, Attorney at Law, P.C. will be a […]


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Domestic Violence Laws in Texas

In Texas, there are several different crimes that are considered domestic violence. While most people refer to this offense conduct as either domestic violence or domestic abuse, the Texas Penal Code refers to them are family violence crimes. The primary types of domestic violence, or family violence, offenses are assault, violation of a protective order […]


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Why Bother with ALR Hearings?

There are a couple of common questions that clients ask me when it comes to ALR hearings. Among the top questions are, “What is an ALR Hearing,” and “why bother with an ALR Hearing?” In the following section, I will cover what ALR hearings are and their importance. What is an ALR Hearing? The Administrative […]


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Should I Accept a Plea Bargain?

While under the anxiety of facing criminal charges and the prospect of spending any amount of time in jail, you may be seriously considering a plea bargain offered by the prosecution. There are times when it may be beneficial to accept a plea deal. However, it is often difficult to know under just what circumstances. […]


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Marijuana Use in Minors Can Affect Brain Development

It seems as though marijuana use and its legalization is on the horizon for many more states across the country. While Colorado and Washington have already legalized marijuana for recreational use, states such as California and Massachusetts allow consumption with a recognized medical need. Marijuana legalization has been on the ballot in other areas as […]


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Traveling By Plane? Leave Your Gun At Home.

Especially since September 11, 2001, passengers on airplanes must be cautious of what they try and bring onto the plane in their carry-on luggage. While toiletries and cosmetics are common causes of security hold-ups, Transportation Security Administration (TSA) workers have stopped many passengers trying to get their gun onto an airplane. TSA estimated that 2,200 […]


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