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Learn how a messed-up plea bargain had left an Abilene, Texas man in prison with no hope for release. Until we filed an 11.07 Writ of Habeas Corpus application. Persistence on the part of Joshua Beaver-Gaines’ wife led to his freedom from prison. Here is their story on our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b8MOSS97v_0 The attorneys of…

In case you missed it amidst the distractions of 2020, the United States Supreme Court decided Ramos v. Louisiana in April of last year. I mention it now to underscore the importance of the recent Supreme Court decision in Edwards v. Vannoy. In Ramos, the Court held that a defendant in a state criminal case…

Gathering records is the first step of the writ process. The process can sometimes be tedious and frustrating. Thankfully, there is a method to the madness. In this blog post, we will provide details on how to navigate those waters. The records that you want to obtain are: The record on appeal. The defense file. The…

Now that you’ve hired an attorney, what happens between the hiring and filing of the application? This article is going to unveil that secret. The attorney is going to know as much as they can about the prospective client by doing just a little bit of research, just on what the client was convicted of,…