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Read essays about current issues in Texas law from attorney Chris Tritico.

Federal and state heroin crimes in Texas

As heroin use increases Texas and nationwide, Tritico & Rainey, PLLC, continue to offer effective drug crime defense for individuals facing charges.

Undercover Video Reveals Possible Texas Medicare Fraud

With Medicare and Medicaid fraud charges on the rise in Texas, doctors and orthodontists in the state may need the experienced perspective of an experienced criminal attorney.

FTC Crackdown on Fraud Nets Texas Man and Online Business

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) aggressively pursues potential instances of consumer fraud in Texas and nationwide.

Texas Sales Tax Fraud

Texas businesses owners face stiff penalties, including fines and potential prison time, if convicted of sales tax fraud.

"The Chris Tritico Show" on News Radio 740 KTRH

Read Chris Tritico's essays on relevant topics in Texas law.

Collision Course: When Criminal Law and School Law Meet, by Christopher L. Tritico

Read attorney Christopher Tritico's essay on school law and criminal law, examining the situation where a client faces simultaneous termination proceedings and criminal charges.

Eight Rules for Talking to the Press, by Christopher L. Tritico

Too many times lawyers tell me they will not talk to the press because they always get misquoted. Let me dispel a few myths...

Opening Statements, by Christopher L. Tritico and

Opening statement is one of those parts of a trial that lawyers tend to get lazy about. It is a crucial point in the trial as the lawyer is earning trust and setting up the case for later...

Building the Defense Through Criminal Investigation, by Christopher L. Tritico and Ron S. Rainey

It really does not matter what the charge is, investigation is essential in every criminal case. This is true even if you think the client will ultimately plead guilty...

McVeigh's Lawyers Seek a Stay in Federal Appeals Court (6/7/2001 FoxNews.com)

Attorney Christopher Tritico says he hopes the federal appeals court will see something that U.S. District Judge Richard Matsch didn't see on Wednesday when he denied McVeigh's request for a stay...

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