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  • Guerra & Farah Defend Client in Dismissed Federal Drug Charge Case
    Guerra & Farah Defend Client in Dismissed Federal Drug Charge Case

    Guerra & Farah, PLLC and our team of Houston criminal defense attorneys is proud to be able to announce that we have secured a significant win for a client recently. Our client – who will remain ...

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  • Attorney Guerra Secures Not Guilty Verdict For Client
    Attorney Guerra Secures Not Guilty Verdict For Client

    The Law Office of Guerra & Farah, PLLC is extremely pleased with the successful results we were able to obtain for our client. The client had been a police officer in McAllen for 16 years, and was ...

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  • Harris County Announces New Diversion Programs
    Harris County Announces New Diversion Programs

    This week, Harris County District Attorney Devon Anderson has announced the establishment of new pretrial diversion programs. As reported by Chron , the new programs will focus on those suspected of ...

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  • Attorney Juan L. Guerra, Jr. Selected for Second Consecutive Super Lawyers Honor
    Attorney Juan L. Guerra, Jr. Selected for Second Consecutive Super Lawyers Honor

    Guerra & Farah, PLLC is proud to announce that Attorney Juan L. Guerra Jr. has been selected for the 2015 Texas Super Lawyers list. This marks the second consecutive year that Attorney Guerra has been ...

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  • What Should I Do After a Texas DWI Arrest?
    What Should I Do After a Texas DWI Arrest?

    You were out a dinner with a few friends and on the drive home, see the blue and red sirens of a police officer stopping your vehicle for going a few miles over the posted speed limit. You roll down ...

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  • Affirmative Defenses Against Smuggling Noncitizens
    Affirmative Defenses Against Smuggling Noncitizens

    Under United States federal law, it is illegal for someone that is not a citizen of the United States or a valid visa holder to enter the country. No matter if the accused was performing a criminal ...

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