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Grant St Julian III

Grant St Julian III

  • Criminal Law, Traffic Tickets, DUI & DWI...
  • Texas
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Born in Austin, Texas. Lives in Dallas,Texas, and licensed to practice law by the State Bar of Texas since 1982. Undergraduate degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania. Married with 2 children & 5 grandchildren. Areas of practice include Criminal Defense, DWI, Speeding & Traffic Tickets, Expungements and Non-Disclosures, License Suspension Hearings and Immigration. Bilingual staff (English & Spanish).

Practice Areas
  • Criminal Law
  • Traffic Tickets
  • DUI & DWI
  • Immigration Law
  • Free Consultation
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  • English: Spoken, Written
  • Spanish: Spoken, Written
University Of Texas
Doctor of Jurisprudence/Juris Doctor (J.D.)
University of Pennsylvania
B.S. (1979) | Chemical Engineering
Professional Associations
Texas State Bar # 18986600
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148 Questions Answered

Q. My son was questioned by detectives while at school 2 weeks later gets arrested is that legal?
A: The arrest may be legal, but any statement given by your son may be inadmissible as evidence. Call a local attorney. Good luck.
Q. Are the cops allowed to question a 14 yr old without the parents preseng
A: Yes, but it depends on the context on whether any statement provided would be admissible ae evidence. School discipline is totally different than criminal/juvenile prosecition.
Q. Can my son help me fix my immigration status even though he lives in California and I in Texas?
A: Only if he is United States Citizen. Be cautions: make sure you qualify for a wavier before departing the USA. Do you qualify for a waiver for unlawful presence?
Q. How much would they charge me for no license and no insurance ? while me being 17.
A: You will have to contact the court where the tickets are pending to discover the fine imposed for those offenses.
Q. Hi so I got a speeding ticket in Texas and I’m trying to figure out what to do next.
A: You can pay the citation, but that will cause a conviction to be reported on your record. A local attorney can appear in court on your behalf and see what can be done to avoid a conviction.
Q. Can a lawyer clear my ticket for no insurance and no license? And do I have to go to court with a parent if I’m 17 ?
A: If you are 17, you do not need a parent to appear with you in court. If no final judgment has been entered on the cases, an attorney can help.
Q. Is prison time likely for second family violence case including probation violation?
A: This forum can only respond with general legal answers. There is no way to know what will occur in a specific case, because we do not know the evidence in the State's possession. Talk with the attorney who is representing the defendant, but again in general, a person on felony probation who receives a new felony charge for virtually the same offense against the same victim has SERIOUS legal problems
Q. Hi I’m 17 I just got my first citation and I want to know if I have to appear in court or just pay before my court day
A: You CAN just pay the citation, but that will cause a conviction on your driving record. Contact the court or talk with a local attorney about options to avoid a conviction.
Q. Does an officer have to visit my property to write a code enforcment ticket and mail it to me?
A: It is not required that a warning be issued before a code citation is issued, but in most jurisdictions a warning is provided. Enter a plea of not guilty on the citation and appear in court to discover if any such warning was provided by a code officer.
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