Mingledorff Law - COVID-19 (Coronavirus) INFORMATION



This COVID-19 pandemic is an unprecedented event that affects all humans. While still in the middle of these circumstances the updates and changes of information have been, and will continue to be constant. A lot of the news stemming from COVID-19 is in reference to various executive orders, essentially new laws, which directly affect the day-to-day life of everyone subject to these orders. It is difficult to know what is current, and what that means for you personally.

To combat the flow of ever-changing information, Mingledorff Law Firm is working to provide our community with as many resources as possible to understand the current situation and how it impacts them personally and legally.

Please understand that we at Mingledorff Law Firm are not doctors and do not intend to provide medical advice. In addition, this is not legal advice. Issues unprecedented as Coronavirus leave a lot of gray area in the law. For example, majority of the "stay-at-home" orders throughout the nation contain an exemption for things that are "essential." Each order defines "essential," however, in reality; what defines "essential" may be a "gray area "open to argument.

***If you have been arrested during this pandemic. Contact Mingledorff Law immediately, 281-497-7180. Detention in a public facility is a risk to your health, and the health of the public. We are working hard to keep clients out, and have the removed from custody without delay. This is extremely important. Do not wait. Call now. ** I Have Been Arrested or Denied Bail During COVID-19 Coronavirus Pandemic

Also, please see the list of resources below related to COVID-19 Updates and news generally for the nation, the greater Houston area, and the Mingledorff Law Firm's Analysis of the legal effects of what is going on.


Mingledorff Law COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Articles and Resources:

What to Know About Texas Governor's Order GA-13 Relating to Bail Policies

Do you have to go to Court during a stay at home order ?

I Have Been Arrested or Denied Bail During COVID-19 Coronavirus Pandemic

What to Know About Texas Governor's Order GA-08 Related to Preparedness

What to Know About Harris County Stay At Home Order

What to Know About Harris County Courts

What is an "Essential Activity?" Click to see an analysis if your job or plans are "essential."

Stuck, cannot get out of jail in jail, or bail too high during Coronavirus

Do I need to Appear for Jury Duty?

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) US and Global Resources:

Resources from Google

Google Coronavirus Homepage

(try this for an extremely detailed overview of Coronavirus, general information, and updates)

Resources from the US department of Health and Human Services:

United States Corona Virus Home Page

What are the Symptoms of Coronavirus?

Who is at Highest Risk for Coronavirus?

What is Social Distancing?

Corona Virus, Global Case Data

Resources from the World Health Organization:

COVID-19 FAQ Answered

World Health Organization Coronavirus (COVID-19) home page

Protect Yourself From COVID-19

COVID-19 Situation Reports

COVID-19 Mythbusters

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) State of texas Resources:

Governor of Texas' Executive Order GA-08 Relating to COVID-19 Preparedness and Mitigation

Governor of Texas' Executive Order GA-13 Jails and Bail

Texas COVID-19 Case Count

Texas Department of State Health Services VOCID-19 Information for Public Health 9

Harris County Sherriff's Office Twitter

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) harris county Resources:

County to County, the orders and restrictions being placed on citizens varies greatly. As to Harris County, Mingledorff Law is including information regarding public health, but also including information related to Harris County Courts. In addition, Mingledorff Law is including an analysis of each restriction generally, whether affecting Court specifically or a citizen generally, and explaining it so the public can best understand.

As always if you have questions regarding the application of the law during this COVID-19 pandemic and all the changes that have come with it, do not hesitate to Call Mingledorff Law Firm at 281-497-7180.

What to Know About Harris County Stay At Home Order

What to Know About Harris County Courts

Harris County's "Stay At Home, Work Safe Order" Effective March 24th, 2020, through April 3rd, 2020

Harris County, Confirmed Cases of COVID-19

Corona Virus, Global Case Data

Fort Bend County:

Montgomery County:

Waller County:

Brazoria County:

Liberty County:

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