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Madolyn García Falone

Madolyn García Falone

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Not just a lawyer, Madolyn is a counselor at law. She knows the law, but she makes a particular effort to know her clients. Clients facing criminal charges often feel distraught, angry, or vulnerable– they need a source of strength and guidance. Madolyn is client-oriented and prides herself on being accessible and responsive, treating every client as though they are her only client. Diablita Criminal Defense clients engage with the Attorney herself, not an endless cycle of assistants and paralegals. When clients call, Madolyn answers.

While Madolyn is accommodating with clients, she’s unflinching with the State. Her powerful courtroom presence and strategy-driven representation make her a fierce defender of her client’s legal rights. Madolyn’s ultimate goal for her clients is case dismissal, though she works toward charge reductions and pre-trial diversions as needed. When her clients face trial, Madolyn gladly takes on the challenge of her client’s criminal defense. As a Baylor-educated lawyer, Madolyn is no stranger to the courtroom. She’s an aggressive advocate who is calm under pressure, earning her respect and credibility.

Attorney Madolyn García Falone fearlessly takes on big opponents. The State of Texas employs talented prosecutors, investigators, and law enforcement officers– a force to be reckoned with. Despite Texas’s might, Madolyn uses every tool at her disposal to secure major wins for her clients.

Madolyn was born, raised, and educated in Texas. She attended the University of Texas at Austin, where she received her B.A. in Government. To hone her advocacy skills, she attended Baylor Law School in Waco, Texas and earned her

Baylor Law School
J.D. (2022) | Law
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University of Texas - Austin
B.A. (2017) | Government
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Criminal Law
Criminal Appeals, Drug Crimes, Expungement, Fraud, Gun Crimes, Internet Crimes, Sex Crimes, Theft, Violent Crimes
Domestic Violence
Domestic Violence Criminal Defense, Domestic Violence Restraining Orders
White Collar Crime
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Q. How can i fight a false possession charge with a tampering with evidence with the intent to destroy?
A: You, on your own, can't fight it. Recall that, "anything you say can and will be held against you." You don't know the minefield that is criminal law, and everything you say will be parsed so as to successfully prosecute you. You need to hire a criminal defense attorney, immediately.
Q. What is taking fruit from the forbidden tree?
A: I like the previous answer you got re: Genesis and the biblical reference. But, I think your question, given the context of the website and the "Criminal Law" categorization, may be referring specifically to illegally obtained evidence and if/how that evidence can be used in a criminal prosecution.

This is a very complex issue that law students and criminal attorneys spend lots of time grappling with. But at its basis, "fruit from the poisonous tree" is referring to evidence ("fruit") that has been gathered as a result of an unauthorized or otherwise illegal search/seizure (the "poisonous tree"). When a search violates a defendant's constitutional rights, the things found in the search may be "poisoned", tainted, and therefore unusable in a prosecution against the defendant. There are various ways that the evidence can be redeemed (the taint of the "poisonous tree" being eliminated or reduced), but again these are complex considerations that deserve much more time and effort than an off-the-cuff answer on Justia can provide. ... Read More
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