Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Right to Speedy Trial - Should You Request a Speedy Trial?

When considering your right to speedy trial, should you actively assert your speedy trial right by requesting a trial? This video is #3 in our series on your right to a speedy public trial provided by the 6th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Visit https://www.gustitislaw.com for more information about your right to speedy trial meaning and whether you should assert your right to a speedy trial in Bryan-College Station, TX courts.

In this video, Stephen Gustitis explains your right to speedy trial and whether or not you should assert your speedy trial 6th Amendment right and request a trial. The video recommends you consult with your criminal defense attorney about whether a speedy trial is among good criminal defense strategies and tactics in your specific case. Steve is a Texas Board Certified Criminal Defense Attorney practicing in Bryan-College Station, Texas. He has more than 27 years of experience in the field of criminal law and criminal defense in Brazos County. His videos cover a range of the best defense tactics and criminal defense strategies, including the meaning and definition of the right to speedy trial.

Wednesday, January 9, 2019

Right to Speedy Trial - Common Reasons for Criminal Trial Delay

Regarding your right to speedy trial, what are some common reasons for criminal trial delay and should you be concerned? This video is the 2nd in our series on your right to a speedy public trial provided by the 6th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.

In this video, Stephen Gustitis explains some common reasons why your criminal case may be delayed in light of your right to speedy trial guaranteed by the 6th Amendment. The video discusses routine court delays, lawyer strategy, and deliberate prosecutor delay. Steve is a Texas Board Certified Criminal Defense Attorney practicing in Bryan-College Station, Texas. He has more than 27 years of experience in the field of criminal law and criminal defense in Brazos County. His videos cover a range of the best defense tactics and criminal defense strategy, including the meaning and definition of the right to speedy trial.

Thursday, January 3, 2019

Has Your 6th Amendment Right to Speedy Trial Been Violated?

What is your right to speedy trial when you face criminal charges? This video begins a new series on your right to a speedy public trial provided by the 6th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.

In this video, Stephen Gustitis explains your right to a speedy trial guaranteed by the 6th Amendment. The video discussed the meaning of the right to speedy trial, its definition in the courts, and how the courts test for a violation. Steve is a Texas Board Certified Criminal Defense Attorney practicing in Bryan-College Station, Texas. He has more than 27 years of experience in the field of criminal law and criminal defense in Brazos County. His videos cover a range of the best defense tactics and criminal defense strategy, including the meaning and definition of the right to speedy trial.

Wednesday, December 26, 2018

Police and Social Media - Should You Delete Your Social Media Accounts?

This video is about the police and social media and explains whether you should delete your social media accounts after being arrested, being charged, or being investigated by the police.

In this video, Stephen Gustitis explains the reasons to deactivate or delete your social media after getting arrested by the police. The police and social media are utilized to solve crimes and catch criminals. Don't let your social media accounts incriminate you in court. Not only do the police have social media monitoring tools for collecting your data, your active social media accounts can incriminate you with your status updates, photographs, or videos. Steve is a Texas Board Certified Criminal Defense Attorney practicing in Bryan-College Station, Texas. He has more than 27 years of experience in the field of criminal law and criminal defense in Brazos County. His videos cover a range of the best defense tactics and defense strategies, including protecting clients from incriminating evidence on their social media like Facebook and Twitter.

Monday, December 17, 2018

How Prosecutors Use Social Media Against You - Police and Social Media


This video is about the police and social media. Specifically, it explains how your social media accounts can adversely impact the defense of your criminal case. Visit https://www.gustitislaw.com for more information about how the police use social media to solve crimes and prosecute criminals in Bryan-College Station, TX.

In this video, Stephen Gustitis explains how police and prosecutors can use social media against you in criminal court. Police investigations often use social media to fight crime and to develop evidence to use in court. Not only do the police have social media monitoring tools for collecting your data, your active social media accounts can incriminate you with your status updates, photographs, or videos. Steve is a Texas Board Certified Criminal Defense Attorney practicing in Bryan-College Station, Texas. He has more than 27 years of experience in the field of criminal law and criminal defense in Brazos County. His videos cover a range of the best defense tactics and defense strategies, including protecting clients from incriminating evidence from their social media accounts.

Monday, December 10, 2018

How to Use a Batterer Intervention Program to Defend Domestic Violence C...

This video explains how to use a batterer intervention program to improve the chances of getting domestic violence charges dismissed or reduced. This is video #4 in our series on domestic violence defense strategy.

In this video, Stephen Gustitis explains how to use participation in a batterer intervention program as a part of domestic violence criminal defense strategies. Successful completion of a batterer intervention program may lead prosecutors to dismiss or reduce charges against someone for domestic violence. Steve is a Texas Board Certified Criminal Defense Attorney practicing in Bryan-College Station, Texas. He has more than 27 years of experience in the field of criminal law and criminal defense in Brazos County. His videos cover a range of the best defense tactics and defense strategies, including domestic violence defense and domestic violence defense strategy.

Monday, December 3, 2018

How to Drop Charges Against Someone for Domestic Violence

This video explains how to drop charges against someone for domestic violence to improve the chances of getting domestic violence charges dismissed or reduced. This is video #3 in our series on domestic violence defense strategy.

In this video, Stephen Gustitis explains how to drop charges against someone for domestic violence as a part of criminal defense strategies. Dropping domestic violence allegations may lead prosecutors to dismiss or reduce charges against someone for domestic violence. Steve is a Texas Board Certified Criminal Defense Attorney practicing in Bryan-College Station, Texas. He has more than 27 years of experience in the field of criminal law and criminal defense in Brazos County. His videos cover a range of the best defense tactics and defense strategies, including domestic violence defense and domestic violence defense strategy.