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Suspect in Christina Morris case faces new charge of sexual assault of child

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Carl David Ceder Shares “Dangerous Things”

Carl Ceder just finished reading Laura Lee’s 100 Most Dangerous Things in Everyday Life and What You Can Do About Them in which Lee discusses the dangers in common things that perhaps we would have never considered.  Being the good friend that he is, Carl shared seven of the items listed with me via text earlier (I’m not sure if they were the top seven or just his seven favorites).  Being the person who I am and who finds this stuff fascinating, I decided to share with you, my friends and readers here:

1. Books. Each year 10,683 U.S. citizens lose their battle with what the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission’s National Electronic Injury Surveillance System calls “books, magazines, albums, or scrapbooks.” Another 1,490 are clobbered by magazine racks or bookends. What’s happening? Karen Miller of the American Library Association explains, “I could offer up things like broken toes when books fall, losing one’s balance when reaching for books, and repetitive stress from shelving them. Magazines could also become dangerous if the staples are loose and scrape the skin.” Back injuries from moving overloaded books is common. Heavy school bags are also a problem. Books are my friend, papercuts–not so much.

2. Chairs. Chairs are more than 13 times as likely to cause injuries as chain saws. WHAT?!?!?!?!  More than 410,000 Americans have seating mishaps each year. Most are injuries from falls as people, for example, lean back too far in their office chairs. Most lower-back pain is caused by long stretches of chair sitting.  OK, I can see that happening.   Five children met their death by unzipping bean bag chairs, crawling inside, and suffocating. Super sad :(

3. Cotton swabs. These bathroom tools send more people to the hospital than razor blades or shavers. I have been guilty of not following directions and using a cotton swab in my ears–go too far and it hurts.  Just happy I haven’t had to go to the hospital because of it.

4. Hospitals. Sad, but not too shocking.  I don’t need to add my two-cents here.

5. Natural foods. Healthy fruits and vegetables, even those grown without pesticides, contain cancer-causing nitrates. YIKES!!!! I live on this stuff!  The National Academy of Science reports that 72 percent of nitrate exposure to the mouth and esophagus comes from vegetables and only about 9 percent comes from cured meats. Well, at least I’ve got the vegetarian thing to keep me from the latter!

6. Stairs. An estimated 1091 American stair climbers are killed annually and an astounding 769,400 are injured. Missteps can kill you. I am the champ of misjudging the distance between the steps at my parent’s house…. Ceder’s text continues: It takes just one-quarter of an inch difference between where the stair is and where you expect to be to throw you off balance.

7. Staying in bed. Annually, 411,689 people in the United States experience injuries related to beds, mattresses, and pillows.   Glad I just flipped my mattress and came away without any injuries!

Just to note, the above italicized text comes from Lee’s book (no plagiarism here!)




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Fort Worth man dies after shooting last month outside downtown nightclub

Fort Worth man dies after shooting last month outside downtown nightclub Matt Peterson

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A 26-year-old man who was shot outside a downtown Fort Worth nightclub last month has died.

Ernesto Rodriguez died about 1:45 a.m. Monday at John Peter Smith Hospital in Fort Worth, according to the Tarrant County medical examiner’s office.

Rodriguez, of Fort Worth, was shot multiple times early Feb. 22 outside Vice in the 300 block of West Fifth Street.

Police said several people witnessed the shooting, but no arrests have been made.

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Who is Carl David Ceder?

Who is Carl David Ceder?

In case you’re wondering, here’s a brief bio of one of our favorite Dallas attorneys:

Carl Ceder

received his Juris Doctorate Degree from the

University of Houston Law Center

  in December of 2007, graduating in just under 27 months. (Note: Ceder has recently been listed twice on the Univeristy’s “

Alumni in the News

” page) He sat for, and successfully passed the Texas Bar examination earlier than…

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Carl David Ceder is recognized as one of the premier criminal defense attorneys in Texas

Carl David Ceder, Attorney at Law, has been selected and recognized for the second consecutive year as a 2015 Texas Rising Star Attorney in the field of “Criminal Defense” by the Texas Monthly Magazine. This achievement is only given and awarded to 2.5% of all attorneys, and is distinction only bestowed to those who undergo a rigorous selection process. All attorneys first go through the Super Lawyers Rising Star selection process, provided they are first eligible to do so. They first have to be nominated by a high-ranking Super Lawyer peer, then it is based on previous and past work and success, peer review from colleagues, and achievement in the courtroom based on ethical standards, high accolades bestowed upon through hard work and excellence, and relentless determination to constantly achieve and strive to always commit to accomplish as much as possible within their chosen career field.

Carl David Ceder has also been selected and recognized by The National Trial Lawyers: Top 40 Under 40. The National Trial Lawyers: Top 40 Under 40, is a selection process among trial attorneys throughout the nation, with the final result of the selection process being a credible and comprehensive list of the young lawyers chosen to represent their respective state. The selection for this exclusive list is limited to only 40 attorneys per state who have extensive experience in criminal defense law.

Carl David Ceder has also been selected and recognized in membership in the National Trial Lawyers: Top 100. Inclusion into The National Trial Lawyers: Top 100, is an honor given to only a select group of lawyers for their superior skills and qualifications in their respective field. The National Trial Lawyers: Top 100, an invitation-only organization composed of the premier trial lawyers from each state in the nation who meet stringent qualifications among criminal defense trial lawyers. Selection is based on a thorough multi-phase process which includes peer nominations combined with third-party research. Membership is extended solely to the select few of the most qualified attorneys from each state who demonstrate superior qualifications of leadership, reputation, influence, stature and public profile.

Carl David Ceder has also been invited as a member into Specialty Association by the National Trial Lawyers into the Criminal Trial Lawyers Association. Membership is open only to those who have been recognized as among the strongest and most effective litigators in the country.

The National Trial Lawyers is a professional organization comprised of the premier trial lawyers from across the country who have demonstrated exceptional qualifications in field of practice and specialty areas of law, specifically criminal defense or civil plaintiff law. The National Trial Lawyers provides accreditation to these distinguished attorneys, and also aims to provide essential legal news, up to date changes in legislation, and education to litigation attorneys across the United States.

Carl David Ceder is also a member of the American Institute of Criminal Law Attorneys (AIOCLA). This organization recognizes the “10 Best” Attorneys for the State of Texas (as each State each has their own “10 Best” chosen). The “AIOCLA” is an impartial third-party attorney rating service recognizing excellence of fellow practitioners in the field of their chosen area of practicing law. To obtain this achievement, an attorney must be process through a rigorous selection committee process which factor in the following: 1) Nomination via the board, client, and/or fellow Attorney; 2) Must have an impeccable client rating with no complaints or issues of any kind; 3) Must not have faced or been subject to any attorney grievance committee discipline; 4 Must be a member in good standing of their state bar; 5) Must have excellent client/peer reviews; 6) Possess advanced degrees; 7) Awards received; 8) Professional associations and their activity in such associations; 9) Publications in their field; 10) Speaking engagements in their respective field.

Carl David Ceder, has also been named a “Founding Member” of the newly formed national organization “Driving Under The Influence Defense Lawyers Association” (DUIDLA). DUIDLA has a mission statement which articulates that it is dedicated to: protecting and ensuring by rule of law those individual rights guaranteed by the state and federal constitutions in DUI-related cases; to resist the constant efforts which are being made to curtail these rights; to encourage cooperation between lawyers engaged in the furtherance of these objectives through educational programs and other assistance; to serve as the first and last line of defense of the constitution; to assist attorneys and public defenders in obtaining advanced training in DUI-related areas through our education scholarship grants.

About Carl David Ceder

Carl David Ceder, Attorney at Law, is a DFW Criminal Defense Attorney dedicated to protecting the rights of the accused throughout all phases of the criminal justice system process in Texas, and has experienced a high level of success in many counties and areas all over the State of Texas. For more details visit http://www.carlcederlaw.com/

Balch Springs seek man who robbed Game Stop at gunpoint

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Police are looking for a man who robbed a Game Stop at gunpoint last Wednesday.

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Why Hire Carl David Ceder?

In case you have been wondering about Carl David Ceder and what exactly makes him stand out among the crowd, here are some reasons given on his site as to what you should hire Carl Ceder

“Once a man has made a commitment to a way of life, he puts the greatest strength in the world behind him. It’s something we call heart power. Once a man has made this commitment, nothing will stop him short of success.”  - Vince Lombardi

• CLIENT FOCUS. I try to do everything in my power to help clients achieve positive results for their cases. I am emotionally invested in each case, and it is my goal to always treat every person I represent with dignity and respect. I try to view each case as if the citizen accused is one of my close family members.  I ask each client to write a review at the conclusion of their case. It is my goal from the beginning to hopefully have each client I work with write something positive about their experience with me.  I encourage anyone reading this to view some of those reviews on my AVVO account. I take pride in both my professional and client endorsements, as well as my satisfied customer reviews. Please also read my personal message to potential clients here.

• TRACK RECORD FOR SUCCESS.  I’ve had a very strong track record for success in the past, especially in trial by juries. I take pride in the fact that I have the ability to take a case to trial and win.  When I take something to trial, I tell clients from the beginning that I am not only going to try achieve success for them, I also want to achieve success for myself. I want the professional reputation as an attorney that will always do everything possible to bring the fight. I want to always have the reputation as an attorney that shows up ready and prepared to win.  While not every case CAN be won, I will approach every case as if it WILL be won.

I believe in following the fundamentals of life from the quotes left behind by the legendary coach, Vince Lombardi. In the words of Coach Lombardi:

“Winning is not a sometime thing, it is an all the time thing. You don’t do things right once in a while…you do them right all the time.”

I do not like losing. I hate it. I was raised the son of a Texas High School Football Coach. My father had over an 80% winning record after 29 years of coaching.  His meticulous preparation and demand for perfection was something everyone close to him admired.  I was taught from a very young age that winning is incredibly important.  From him, I believe I was taught the recipe for success.  The only way that one can achieve success is through hard work, intensity, and perhaps most of all, preparation.  There is not a lazy way to achieve success.

• PREPARATION.As a former athlete, I know that preparation, intensity, and hard work are the factors to achieving success whatever the “contest.” I hate to lose, and I know that preparation is the key and main component to success. Therefore, I believe in going on the offensive at the very earliest period of time.  District Attorney offices usually have more cases then they can adequately handle.  The courts are over-burdened, over-worked, and under-staffed.  It’s a natural tendency in human nature for them to take the easy way out if they can.  If they know you are willing and able to fight, they may look for an easier target.  I will always let them know that we intend to bring the fight. Simply put, if I show up to try a case, I will show up “ready.”  Please read more on this topic here.

• TRAINING. I take immense pride in doing everything I can to stay abreast of current changes in the law, particularly with criminal law. Not doing so, in my opinion, would be a disservice to the clients I represent.  I do everything in my power to attend all relevant CLE courses on criminal defense and DWI law. The knowledge gained at these seminars can be used at a great advantage when fighting for clients.  I realized this very well when I attended the Advanced Criminal Law Seminar in Houston, Texas in July of 2011.  A new case was mentioned there that literally provided the necessary tool to get a DWI I was working dismissed. The need to always attend these courses, therefore, should not be viewed as optional, it should be viewed as mandatory.

• CERTIFICATIONS. If you are charged with DWI, I am Certified to administer the Standardized Field Sobriety Tests (HGN, Walk & Turn, and One-Leg Stand), and have maintained the necessary “update” program.  What this means is that I have received the same training the police officers have.  Additionally, I am also a Certified NHTSA Standardized Field Sobriety Test Instructor, which means I am qualified to actually teach police officers on how to adminster the tests.  Having these certifications is incredibly necessary to being proficient in examining the flaws in the administration of these tests to be able to effectively point them out to a jury in trial. I am also a Certified Technician in the Intoxilyzer 5000, which is the breath testing instrument used in DWI arrests in Texas.  Additionally, I have received advanced training in the Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus Test (HGN), or the “eye test”, usually the first test administered in a DWI investigation.  I also have received training in blood testing specifically related to DWI arrests.  I have also completed the NHTSA Drug Evaluation and Classification (DRE) Course, which is the functional equivalent to the ARIDE Program (Advanced Roadside Impaired Driving Enforcement).

• MEMBERSHIPS. I was admitted to practice in the State of Texas, and I am also admitted to practice before the United States District Courts of the NorthernEastern, and Western Districts of Texas. I take great pride with representing clients in court and in the Oath I took as an Attorney when swearing to uphold the law and represent my clients to the best of my ability.  I am also a member of TCDLA, the National College of DUI Defense (NCDD), and other local legal organizations that can help in attaining valuable knowledge about cases.  I also serve as the Dallas-Fort Worth committee chair for the TCDLA Young Lawyers Committee. If I do not know the answer to a question, I have many avenues to pursue to find it.

• PERSONAL ATTENTION.  When you hire The Law Offices of Carl David Ceder you will not be passed on to another attorney. You will primarily deal with me. Many criminal defense firms delegate cases to other “associate” attorneys who usually have very little experience practicing law. That will not be the case with anyone that hires me. I will handle each case personally with very close attention to detail. You are paying your hard-earned money to hire me, not another attorney.  I realize this, and I will always make the commitment to all of my clients that you will receive the best service that I can possibly provide.

• CLIENT INTERACTION.  I take great pride in keeping all clients updated on a regular basis as their case progresses via phone, e-mail, text message, and with in-person meetings. I try and return all phone calls promptly, and I try my very best to return all calls the same day.  Obviously my scheduling will dictate when I do return a call and how quickly. If I am in trial on a given week, it may take a bit more time.  But, I WILL RETURN THE CALL AS QUICK AS I CAN.

I have found that the #1 cause for complaint with other attorneys is a lack of communication between the attorney and the client.  The attorney-client relationship is one that should be built on trust. I realized very quickly that it is impossible to build a relationship built on trust without a constant, steady source of communication.  I will return your calls and I will make myself available to meet with you whenever you have questions about your case.  If you are my client, then you are my top priority.

• CLIENT COMMUNICATION.  As the case progresses, I will make sure you understand the facts and consequences of going to trial versus taking a plea bargain. I will try to fully communicate the pros and cons of either option. Ultimately, the decision on how to proceed always rests with the client.  Before deciding which route to take, I will engage in a full and thorough dialogue with you which will not end until all of your questions are answered.  During this time, I will tell you my thoughts on the case and generally how best I think we should proceed going forward. Gaining information regarding basic facts of the case and other relevant information is vital to developing a solid defense.

• FEES. I try to keep my fees reasonable given whatever factors are involved in a certain case. To be perfectly honest, my firm will not be the cheapest you will find.  Some criminal defense attorneys will take your case for very little money, then plead you the first chance they get.  On the other hand, I know that I will not be the most expensive either.  I do believe that when comparing quality of service with fees charged The Law Offices of Carl David Ceder is first-rate. I believe my fees are reasonable and I will work with you if you need to make payment arrangements. The truth is, however, that the costs involved will vary depending on your individual circumstance.  To read more regarding fees for different types of cases, please read here.

• A TRIAL LAWYER.  I love trying cases to juries. I believe it is a right that should truly be cherished within our justice system. I have done everything in my power to learn to be an effective advocate.  I welcome every chance I get to represent a client in court.  What you will get with me is an attorney that wholeheartedly embraces every opportunity to try a case to a jury. You would be surprised by how many attorneys are horrified by the mere thought of conducting a voir dire, let alone trying an entire case to a jury.

• A COMMITMENT TO EXCELLENCE.  My chosen field of endeavor is being a criminal defense attorney. Because I have made this commitment, I take it extremely seriously.  It is my goal to always strive to do everything within my power to be the best I possibly can at my chosen professional field in life, whether it be in receiving advanced training at seminars, or in trying to obtain certifications to enhance my knowledge and ability to win. I view representing clients in court as a very unique and special privilege, and not a “right.”   I am serious about what I do.  What you will get with me is a diligent, hard-working, and committed professional determined to give you my very best. That is the promise that I will always make to every client I am fortunate enough to represent.

“I would say that the quality of each man’s life is the full measure of that man’s commitment of excellence and victory – whether it be football, whether it be business, whether it be politics or government or what have you.” - Vince Lombardi




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In reading up on Carl David Ceder in places other than Antonio Velardo’s blog, I found this article of his on Scribd.  You know, the more I read of, by, and about this guy, the more I like him! Here’s Carl’s advice” Communication is an essential factor to help young lawyers instill confidence about them and their work among clients. This and a few other qualities such as honesty and discipline…

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Staff writer Bethany Sanderson reports:

Police discovered two men shot at a Benbrook home Sunday night, one of them dead from a self-inflicted wound.

The shooter, who has not been identified, was found dead inside his home in the 4300 block of Winding Way with a gunshot … [visit site to read more]




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Carl David Ceder presents: Benefits of Knowing your Destinations

Nowadays you and your family are very excited as summer has set in and your annual vacations are just at arm’s length. Your family is insisting you to go for an American Holiday this summer instead of visiting local places again n again. Therefore, now you are planning for your trip, you have marked your destinations and flights but now you are thinking about your hotels, food and places to visit in all your destination cities. There is one solution of all your problems and that is none other than a travel guide. You may find it over the internet and it is better that you recommend your family to have a look at it as well.

Let’s assume the first city Mr. Carl David Ceder is going to visit in order to begin his American holidays is New York. If he has never been to New York before he must do a bit of research before rushing there. He can find a hell lot of travel guide manuals that will let him know everything about New York and will definitely help to make his tour to New York an unforgettable one. That travel guide manual assist him understand and know all the famous places, all the hotels he may reside in, all the delicious foods available in the city. In short, if Carl David Ceder knows a bit about his destination city before visiting it he’ll be quite at ease when he arrives there. Heath Detweiler will be there to help him murder some New York style pizzas.

In this summer holiday if Antonio Velardo wants to explore some seaside delights of US as well and for this purpose he decides to visit Miami. In order to make his trip a great one he must know all the beaches in Miami. He may search all the best and happening beaches in Miami and mark his favorite ones that he wants to visit. This exercise will help Antonio Velardo choose his desired beaches and will save him from irritation of wasting his precious time in visiting unwanted places. So when he is done with hotel booking in Miami he will be able to visit all his desired places as now he knows where to go. Knowing destination is a useful exercise as it provides so much benefits and safety is top most of them.

You must know a bit about it including the night life, famous places, exciting restaurants and more importantly the dangerous areas. This will help you to make your journey safer. So now, after landing your flight to your desired destination you can freely visit all the exciting places without any fear, as you know all the hitches and glitches of the city and are well aware of the possible dangers you may face. For some, it may sound a bit boring and wastage of time but knowing your destination is a must do exercise for all kinds of trips and tours, whether domestic or international. This will make your journey within your budget and even more beautiful while keeping you safe as well.




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