austindefender

Criminal defense in Austin Texas.

Richard Winfrey aka “Who Needs Evidence?”

| September 27, 2010

Richard Lynn Winfrey v. The State of Texas is one of those cases where you think, “How could that happen?” Richard was convicted of a murder in 2007, and sentenced to 75 years in prison.  There was lots of evidence at the crime scene: DNA, hair, a bloody fingerprint, and a shoe print – none […]

Orders of Nondisclosure

| September 20, 2010

Orders of Nondisclosure are governed by Texas Government Code Section 411.081. An Order of Nondisclosure is an order from a judge, telling DPS (Texas Department of Public Safety) to seal information related to an offense.  It’s a way to clear the slate, so to speak – if you’re eligible. Are You Eligible? First off, you’re […]