Helpful Texas Legal Links
Texas Legal Sources
- National College for DUI / DWI Defense
On the cutting edge of DWI Defense nationwide, the National College was founded in 1995 and had its first session at Harvard Law School. Yes, Willard Hall is not only a member, but a founding member. Go ahead, look us up. While you are there, the site has a lot of useful information on DWI defense.
- Federal Aviation Administration Airman DUI / DWI Program
Aircraft pilots who get a DUI / DWI have special problems. Go here for instructions as to required reports.
- NTSB Bar Association
Yes, Willard Hall is a member. Check us out under 'Hall, Willard'.
- National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)
Impaired Driver Program This is the leading DWI researcher for the Federal Government and author of the Field Sobriety Tasks used nationwide. Make no mistake about it, DWI is a serious national problem.
- NTSB National Transportation Safety Board
Useful link for investigating major transportation accidents, including aircraft accidents.
- Texas Department of Public Safety
- State Office of Administrative Hearings (SOAH)
These are the judges who do the ALR hearings.
- National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL)
Excellent web-site of the leading organization in the United States for criminal defense. Willard Hall is a member of this organization.
- National Organization of Social Security Claimant's Representatives
Willard Hall is a member of this organization.
- University of Texas
Undergraduate college of Willard Hall.
- St. Mary's University School of Law
This is where Willard Hall attended law school.
- United States fifth court of Appeals (5th District)
Federal Legal Sources
- Texas Legislature Online
Many important Texas legal sources here.
- University of Texas, Tarlton Law Library
Online source for legal research and articles.
- Federal Criminal Procedure and Evidence
Similar to its State counterpart.
- United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit
- United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas
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