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Right to due process of law in a criminal case, with Attorney Leslie Barrows

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This is The Barrows Firm Law Review, a monthly Internet radio show podcast featuring information about Texas law and events that affect families and the community of attorneys and professionals who serve them. Attorney Leslie Barrows is our featured guest today as she shares insight and information about our 5th and 14th Amendment right to due process of law and reminds us that we are all innocent until proven guilty by a court of law. 

Right to due process of law in a criminal case, with Attorney Leslie Barrows

  • What “innocent until proven guilty” means in a criminal case?
  • The criminal justice process from investigation to arrest and trial
  • Right to due process of law is protected by the 5th and 14th Amendments
  • Due process applies to life, liberty and property
  • What happens if your procedural due process rights are violated?

Leslie Barrows is the principal founder of The Barrows Firm in Fort Worth, Texas. In her firm’s main practice areas of family law, criminal defense and juvenile law, Leslie is consistently challenged with dynamic cases and clients. When winning is what matters, many in the Fort Worth area go to The Barrows Firm based on their reputation and winning track record over the past decade. Leslie Barrows earned her undergraduate degree from Sam Houston State University and she earned her law degree from the Oklahoma City University School of Law. She is a member of numerous organizations primarily focused in Tarrant County. 

If you would like more information about The Barrows Firm, P.C., please contact the firm by calling (817) 481-1583.

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