In the world of business and relationship-building, reputation is critical. Whereas reputation used to be based on word of mouth, it is now mostly powered by search engines and databases. Online reviews can make or break a business from getting new clients or opportunities. An employee prospect can be derailed when a Google search reveals…

In the wake of the global coronavirus pandemic, there has been a lot of misinformation spreading quickly, including a rumor that President Trump will quarantine the entire country by using his powers under the Stafford Act. This post explains what the Stafford Act does and discusses why calling for a national quarantine may be a…

On March 21, 2020, City of Austin Mayor Steve Adler signed an order requiring businesses and people to take further action in response to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Disobeying the order can come at a cost: a $1,000 fine and/or up to 180 days in jail. Mayor Adler’s new order remains in effect until May…

When people are arrested and awaiting trial, sometimes they have to wait in jail. To get out, they contact a bondsman who bails them out and guarantees that they will appear in court on their scheduled court date. Paying a bail bondsman can be expensive. It’s a financial burden many people incur because they think…

Entering a legal situation with too much confidence can be a grave mistake. The whole point of having a lawyer and legal defense is to take every precaution possible. You don’t want to let anything get by you that could affect your case. In criminal court, mistakes can mean large fines and prison time. Don’t…

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