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5th Amendment Pretrial Motions to Suppress Evidence of Criminal Confessions

This video explains 5th Amendment pretrial motions to suppress evidence of criminal confessions and how they are used to defend criminal charges. Visit https://www.gustitislaw.com for additional details about pre-trial motions to suppress confessions and criminal defense lawyers in Bryan-College Station, TX. In this video, criminal defense attorney Stephen Gustitis considers when pre-trial motions to suppress [...]

By | March 6th, 2019|Constitutional Rights|0 Comments

Using Pretrial Motions for Discovery to Defend Criminal Charges

This video explains how criminal pretrial motions for discovery can be used to help you prepare and defend your charges in criminal pre-trial proceedings. Visit https://www.gustitislaw.com for more information about pre-trial motions for discovery and the best criminal defense lawyers in Bryan-College Station, TX. In this video, criminal attorney Stephen Gustitis defines a criminal pre-trial [...]

By | February 27th, 2019|Courtroom Trial Practice|0 Comments

4th Amendment Pretrial Motions to Suppress Evidence

This video considers 4th Amendment pretrial motions to suppress evidence and how they can be used to defend your criminal charges. Visit https://www.gustitislaw.com for more information about pre-trial motions to suppress and criminal defense attorneys in Bryan-College Station, TX. In this video, criminal lawyer Stephen Gustitis, defines when pre-trial motions to suppress evidence can be [...]

By | February 20th, 2019|Courtroom Trial Practice|0 Comments

Pre-trial Motions in Criminal Defense Cases

This video begins a new series on pretrial motions in criminal cases and how they can help you defend criminal charges. Visit https://www.gustitislaw.com for more information about pre-trial motions and criminal defense lawyers in Bryan-College Station, TX. In this video, Stephen Gustitis defines what pre-trial motions are and how pretrial motions in criminal cases can [...]

By | February 13th, 2019|Courtroom Trial Practice|0 Comments