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    • Connect With The Law Office of Kerrisa Chelkowski

      The Law Office of Kerrisa Chelkowski is a top-rated San Antonio criminal defense firm with over a decade of experience representing the rights of the criminally accused. Attorney Chelkowski has earned ...

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    • What is the Process of Appealing a Case?

      In many court cases, whether it was a civil case or a criminal case, either party can be dissatisfied with the results. Instead of suffering through it all as a losing party or litigant, you may want ...

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    • Woman Accused of Murder, Claims Self Defense... Again? (Boy Who Cried Wolf)

      A 44 year-old Von Ormy woman has been sentenced to 30 years in prison of the September 2011 murder of her boyfriend. Beatrice Ann Ibanez pleaded guilty to stabbing Alfred Ramirez, 46, in the heart. ...

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    • Thanksgiving Day Murder Shocks Small Town

      A Thanksgiving Day double murder shocked the small San Antonio suburb of Utopia, in which 80-year-old Juana Tweedy and her friend, 79-year-old Muriel Teed were murdered by Tweedy’s son-in-law, ...

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    • Argument Over Pot Prices Lead To A Shooting

      A man was shot on September 18 in the parking lot of an elementary school, because he started arguing with a drug dealer about prices. Fortunately, the man survived the situation with a grazed leg. ...

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    • Your Rights Under the 6th Amendment

      When a person is arrested, they are given certain rights by the 6 th amendment of the Bill of Rights. This can be broken down into five parts which protect the accused. These rights are partially laid ...

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    • Connect With The Law Office of Kerrisa Chelkowski

      The Law Office of Kerrisa Chelkowski is a top-rated San Antonio criminal defense firm with over a decade of experience representing the rights of the criminally accused. Attorney Chelkowski has earned ...

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    • Arrested? Don't Make These Mistakes

      If you or a loved one has been arrested, it is essential that you understand your rights when interacting with the police. The Law office of Kerrisa Chelkowski has put together a list of what not to ...

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    • Thanksgiving Day Murder Shocks Small Town

      A Thanksgiving Day double murder shocked the small San Antonio suburb of Utopia, in which 80-year-old Juana Tweedy and her friend, 79-year-old Muriel Teed were murdered by Tweedy’s son-in-law, ...

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    • Drug Ring That Allegedly Passed Drugs Through San Antonio Gets Busted

      In late June, federal authorities uncovered a large drug ring that was allegedly moving large amounts of cocaine , methamphetamine and heroin throughout San Antonio, according to MySanAntonio.com . ...

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    • Does Taking Prescription Drugs Affect My BAC?

      Your BAC, or blood alcohol concentration, is the percentage of alcohol present in your blood at any given time. The more alcohol you have in your system, the greater the chance is that you will become ...

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    • Can I Go To Jail For A Drug Charge?

      San Antonio is a hot spot for drug activity due to its close proximity to the Mexican border. Local law enforcement officers and federal agencies, such as the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), ...

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  • DWI
    • After a DWI Arrest, How Can You Get Your Driver's License Back?

      In the aftermath of a DWI arrest in San Antonio, TX, it is imperative that you act quickly. The police officer who pulled you over and arrested you for driving while intoxicated has the right to ...

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    • Will I Beat a DWI Charge?

      One of the things that most people do not realize is that you can beat a DWI charge. Not even a failed field sobriety test or a breathalyzer test showing a BAC of 0.08% or more is enough to guarantee ...

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    • Can I go to Jail for a DWI?

      If you have been arrested for a suspected DWI , you may be wondering whether you could be sent to jail as part of the terms of your sentence. The answer is yes, even a first-time DWI offender could be ...

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    • Texas Teen's Capitol Murder Charge Sticks

      According to to a story by My San Antonio, states that Jacob Ryan Evans will indeed be charged with capital murder. Evans’ lawyers had previously asked that the capital murder charge be dropped to a ...

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    • Solving Crimes with DNA Evidence

      In the past ten years we have seen great advances and a powerful criminal justice tool: deoxyribonucleic acid, otherwise known as DNA. DNA is being used by law enforcement to identify criminals with ...

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    • Man Shot by Police After Being Accused of Crime

      In early March a woman and her son were shot dead in their home, found by the woman’s sister, according to Click2Houston.com. A neighbor, Carlos Pomares, “was devastated to discover the loss of his ...

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    • High-Profile Hit and Run Trial Begins in Texas

      The trial began recently for a young woman who died in a hit and run accident. On May 27 th , 2011, Courtney Griffin was walking on the streets of Austin late at night after going to some bars with ...

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    • Solving Crimes with DNA Evidence

      In the past ten years we have seen great advances and a powerful criminal justice tool: deoxyribonucleic acid, otherwise known as DNA. DNA is being used by law enforcement to identify criminals with ...

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    • Woman Accused of Murder, Claims Self Defense... Again? (Boy Who Cried Wolf)

      A 44 year-old Von Ormy woman has been sentenced to 30 years in prison of the September 2011 murder of her boyfriend. Beatrice Ann Ibanez pleaded guilty to stabbing Alfred Ramirez, 46, in the heart. ...

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    • Man in Bexar Jail Charged with New Crime

      Glen Dukes, 43, was already spending time in the Bexar County Jail when new charges were brought against him. Since February 7 th , Dukes was being charged for several counts of human trafficking and ...

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    • Does Taking Prescription Drugs Affect My BAC?

      Your BAC, or blood alcohol concentration, is the percentage of alcohol present in your blood at any given time. The more alcohol you have in your system, the greater the chance is that you will become ...

      Read More
    • Solving Crimes with DNA Evidence

      In the past ten years we have seen great advances and a powerful criminal justice tool: deoxyribonucleic acid, otherwise known as DNA. DNA is being used by law enforcement to identify criminals with ...

      Read More
    • Man in Bexar Jail Charged with New Crime

      Glen Dukes, 43, was already spending time in the Bexar County Jail when new charges were brought against him. Since February 7 th , Dukes was being charged for several counts of human trafficking and ...

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    • Military Recruiter Charged with Multiple Sexual Crimes

      A Houston-area recruiter was charged with multiple criminal counts of sex crimes on January 4 th . Tech Sargent Jaime R. Rodriguez is alleged to have had sexual misconduct with at least 18 different ...

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    • State Employers Charged with Medicaid Fraud

      In July of 2011, half dozen former state employees were arrested by the FBI at gunpoint. They were charged with defrauding the Medicaid program. They used their positions in the Texas Health and Human ...

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    • Man Convinces Girlfriend to Embezzle Bank Funds

      According to the San Antonio News-Express, Anthony Regalado, 29, pleaded guilty to bank fraud on Thursday, September 13th. Regalado had deceived his ex-girlfriend Angela Salinas into embezzling nearly ...

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    • Texas State Professor Accused of Money Laundering

      Sindy Chapa, 37, is an assistant professor at Texas State University’s in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication. She is also an associate director at the Center for the Study of Latino ...

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