San Antonio Criminal Defense Attorney
Law Office of Robert H. Featherston, P.C.
State & Federal Criminal Defense
San Antonio, Texas
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Article on Technology in the Courtroom delivered at the November 2009 San Antonio Criminal Defense Lawyers Association Jim Greenfield Memorial Nuts & Bolts Seminar.
"Deconstructing Oursbourn Jury Instructions on Defendant's Statements"
Published article authored by Robert H. Featherston discussing the different types of Jury Instructions available for a Defendant's Statements to Law Enforcement.
"Criminal Justice Act and Retained Counsel Contracts"
Published article authored by Robert H. Featherston discussing the language of 3rd party Federal employment contracts to protect counsel from CJA panel rates disgorgement when client is subsequently declared indigent.
"Lessons Learned About Class "C" Expungements"
Published article authored by Robert H. Featherston discussing how to petition for an expungement for a Class "C" misdemeanor allegation.
Power Point brief to the Court on Motion to Suppress a Search Warrant, Delivered by Robert H. Featherston, that was subsequently GRANTED.
Power Point Brief on Lab Standards, Intoxilyzer 5000 accreditation, Ethanol Simulator Solutions, Accuracy & Precision, and wet gas laws, for use in defending DWI cases.
A Continuing Legal Education paper delivered at the 41st Annual Criminal Law Institute by Robert H. Featherston. The paper focuses on the Texas state crime of “Criminal Solicitation of a Minor” (TPC. §15.031), in an attempt to commit: “Aggravated Sexual Assault of a child” (TPC. §22.021), “Indecency with a Child by exposure” (TPC. §21.11(A)(2)), and/or “Indecency with a Child by contact” (TPC. §21.11(A)(1)). The legal content was current as of April 2004.
A Continuing Legal Education paper delivered at the SACDLA Sexual Assault & Family Violence Offenses Seminar by Robert H. Featherston. The paper focuses on the Texas State crimes of "Child Pornography," "Online Solicitation of a Minor," “Criminal Solicitation of a Minor,” The legal content was current as of August 2006.
Supplement to “Defender” Magazine Article published in Spring 2010.