Criminal Defense Attorney Fighting for Clients in Plano and Dallas Since 1993
If you are accused of a crime – and it can happen to anyone – you’ll need an experienced defense attorney who fights relentlessly on behalf of every client – someone with a reputation for legal excellence. Based in Plano and licensed to practice law across the state of Texas, Jeffrey Grass is a highly-skilled, substantially experienced criminal defense attorney who listens carefully to his clients’ needs and crafts effective defense strategies to resolve their legal challenges. Jeffrey Grass believes that every client deserves a comprehensive, aggressive defense. He is no stranger to long hours, hard work, and doing whatever it takes to ensure clients are treated fairly.
Why are defense attorneys necessary and what do they do?
Like it or not, our success or failure in the world depends on how well we function according to societies’ rules, standards and expectations. The greater one complies with and adheres to these expectations the more they are rewarded materially and generally regarded as successful within their communities. Conversely, individuals who do not comply with these same expectations are deemed nonconformists, or in extreme cases, criminals who must be rehabilitated and made to conform. However, because the law is subject to diverse interpretations, skilled lawyers are needed to interpret the law to benefit their client an ensure their interpretation of the law prevails.
The compelling principle behind developing law and society is that every person deserves justice, and lawyers make sure that their client receives justice, and their right is protected. A lawyer will provide different services depending on what they have studied and practiced, but the best lawyers specialize and focus on one or two areas of the law so they can become focused and develop and expertise in these regions.
The lawyers at the Law Offices of Jeffrey C. Grass concentrate on the needs of those facing serious criminal allegations resulting in the loss of not only their freedom but also their professional license, standing in the community and ability to earn a living. The attorneys at the Law Offices of Jeffrey C. Grass specialize in defending healthcare practitioners charged with criminal and disciplinary charges by State, Federal and Administrative agencies. It is essential that professionals accused of these of devastating events seek the specialized legal available at the Law Offices of Jeffrey C. Grass
When should I hire a criminal defense lawyer?
Hire a criminal attorney when contacted by any law enforcement or regulatory agency that is implicating you in a crime or professional misconduct. It is of vital importance that you communicate with an experienced defense attorney if you are accused of any offense that puts your life, profession, or finances at risk. It is easy to make mistakes that are detrimental to your case unknowingly. The lawyers at the Law Offices of Jeffrey C. Grass can help you protect your rights that you might not know you have but your attorney will.
How can I find the best criminal defense attorney for me?
By searching for attorney specialized in your type of case. Look for expertise, years of practice and clients’ testimonials. Meet with the lawyers of your choice and discuss your case extensively. After doing so,you will get a sense of who they are and whether you can work well together. If you are comfortable with their strategy and you can work a payment arrangement, then secure their services.
When can a defense, attorney ask for a dismissal?
If the attorney is retained early enough, he can present a grand jury packet requesting a “no bill.” If granted it means that the case is dismissed. Otherwise, if indicted, the lawyer can approach the District Attorney and seek a negotiated settlement which includes a dismissal or otherwise he can seek an” acquittal” or “not guilty” at trial.
What do criminal defense attorneys charge?
The fees differ depending on the attorney experience and reputation. There are two fees for representation in criminal cases: A Flat fee is charged for the entire case, and a retainer fee is accruedas the case progresses. The more complicated the case, the higher the costs. Some cases require experts, investigators, psychologists and polygraph examiners. As these expenses are incurred, the cost of the case becomes higher.
Do criminal defense attorneys offer payment plans?
Some attorneys offer payment plans depending on the client’s financial circumstances and the total cost of the case. The more expensive the case, the more flexibility the attorneys at the Law Offices of Jeffrey Grass will give the client to pay the fee.
How to choose a criminal defense attorney?
Try and find an attorney in your area with experience in your type of case, easy to communicate with, knowledgeable and with reasonable years of experience.
What questions should I ask a criminal defense attorney before hiring?
The things you will want to ask a criminal defense attorney include:
How long have they practiced criminal defense?
How many cases have they handled that are similar in nature?
What are the most significant points of law in the case?
What is the most important evidence in the case?
Do they know or are the familiar with the Prosecutor or the Judge?
Contact Us Today
If you’re charged with a crime in Texas, do not try to act as your own attorney. Your future and freedom will be stake. However, a swift response is essential in criminal cases because evidence deteriorates, witnesses’ memories fade, and it takes some time to tailor an effective defense strategy. If you are accused of a crime, speak to Plano criminal defense attorney Jeffrey Grass at once. He will challenge the government’s evidence against you, and he will fight aggressively for justice on your behalf. If you need legal help now, arrange an initial free consultation by calling the Law Offices of Jeffrey C. Grass at (972) 422-9999.
Attorney Jeffrey Grass
As criminal defense lawyers, we help defendants gather the evidence they need to challenge effectively the government’s case against them. In every criminal case, we examine the actions of law enforcement officers to determine if our client’s rights were violated. If evidence against one of our clients was obtained illegally, we challenge that evidence and can usually have it thrown out of court. If your case goes to trial, we will use every available legal tool in your defense. Even in the worst scenario – when the evidence of a client’s guilt is overwhelming – we seek mercy from the court and negotiate for reduced or alternative sentencing.
Plano criminal defense attorney Jeffrey C. Grass has more than twenty years of criminal defense experience in north Texas, and he frequently represents individuals before the Court of Appeals and the Supreme Court of Texas. Known for being passionate and relentless, attorney Jeffrey C. Grass lets nothing stand in his way when he fights for justice on behalf of his clients. Jeffrey C. Grass has been named as one of the Top 100 Trial Lawyers by the National Trial Lawyers Association and as one of the 10 Best for Client Satisfaction by theAmerican Institute of Criminal Law Attorneys.
Attorney Jeffrey Grass has defended scores of persons charged with federal crimes. While there is often overlap between state and federal law – for example, heroin possession is illegal at both levels – the government may choose a federal prosecution if a crime is particularly serious, involves a large operation, or state lines were crossed. If you are now under investigation or if you have already been charged under federal law, attorney Jeffrey Grass can help. He represents defendants charged with federal sex, drugs, and weapons crimes, public corruption, fraud, other white collar crimes, and he defends those threatened by immigration authorities with deportation.
When someone is charged with a drug crime in Texas, time is of the essence. You must retain legal representation at once – any delay could lead to a conviction, possibly with the harshest penalties. Don’t let this happen to you. If you’ve been arrested for a drug crime in Plano, Dallas, or anywhere in Texas, the Law Offices of Jeffrey C. Grass can provide a passionate and aggressive criminal defense. Federal and Texas state prosecutors do not have a reputation for leniency when prosecuting drug cases. Attorney Jeffrey Glass will do everything legally possible to have the charges reduced or dismissed and to shield his clients from the most serious penalties.
If you are under investigation for a sex crime – or if you’ve already been arrested and charged – you need a lawyer with substantial experience handling these serious criminal charges. Attorney Jeffrey Grass has extensive experience defending clients charged with state and federal sex crimes. He knows the stakes, and he understands the concerns of the accused. As a former Judge Advocate General (JAG), a former prosecutor, and a criminal defense attorney with more than two decades of experience, Attorney Jeffrey Grass has the background and resources to advocate effectively for those charged with committing any sex crime, including the most serious crimes.
The Law Offices of Jeffrey C. Grass represents Texas defendants charged with theft crimes that include burglary, shoplifting, robbery, aggravated robbery, receiving stolen property, and various types of fraud. We also defend persons who have been charged with larceny, the theft of personal property without force. While there can never be a guaranteed outcome in any particular criminal case, if you face a theft charge in the state of Texas, your best hope for justice is an experienced criminal defense lawyer who has established a reputation for tenacity and a record of legal excellence – Plano criminal defense attorney Jeffrey C. Grass.
White Collar Crimes
If you are charged with a violent crime in the state of Texas, whether or not you are guilty, you must speak to an experienced criminal defense lawyer immediately. The penalties for those convicted of violent crimes are harsh in this state because violent crimes often end with injuries or death. A violent crime can be committed with or without weapons; it is any crime where violence is used or threatened against a victim, including but not limited to murder, manslaughter, robbery, kidnapping, forcible rape, sexual battery, and domestic violence. If you are accused of any violent crime, contact attorney Jeffrey C. Grass immediately.
White Collar Crimes
White collar crimes include embezzlement, money laundering, tax evasion, securities fraud, and insurance fraud. These are usually non-violent, financially-oriented crimes. Plano criminal defense attorney Jeffrey C. Grass has extensive experience defending clients who have been charged with either state or federal white collar crimes. White-collar crimes are usually felonies; a conviction can mean stiff penalties including heavy fines, a lengthy prison term, and a number of other potential consequences. Call the Law Offices of Jeffrey C. Grass as soon as you can if you are charged with committing fraud or any other white collar crime in the state of Texas.
If you’re charged with DUI in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, contact the Law Offices of Jeffrey C. Grass at once. Experienced Plano DUI attorney Jeffrey C. Grass and his legal team can assess the details of your case, provide candid legal advice, and develop a sound, aggressive defense on your behalf. When your future and freedom are at risk, you need an experienced DUI lawyer who routinely, effectively defends accused drivers. With heavy fines, a license suspension, and possible jail time if you’re convicted, it’s imperative to have an experienced Dallas-Fort Worth DUI attorney at the Law Offices of Jeffrey C. Grass working on your behalf.
If you are accused of domestic violence in Plano or anywhere in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, contact Plano domestic violence defense attorney Jeffrey C. Grass as swiftly as possible. Texas aggressively prosecutes anyone accused of domestic violence. The criminal laws governing domestic violence in this state are complex and apply to a variety of circumstances and behaviors. If you are charged with criminal domestic violence, your future, your family, and your freedom could all be at risk. You must have the help of an experienced Texas domestic violence defense lawyer – an attorney with the Law Offices of Jeffrey C. Grass.
What Our Clients Say
I am so very thankful that Jeff Grass was our attorney for my husband's case. Jeff understood my husband and his case perfectly. Jeff was excellent in his professionalism. At the same time, he was compassionate in his approach to my husband and to me. We received the best possible outcome which was so much better than what our previous attorney had anticipated.
Why Our Clients Appreciate Us
Located in the heart of Plano, Texas, the Law Offices of Jeffrey C. Grass has been a staple in the community for over two decades serving the greater Plano and Dallas-Fort Worth areas.
Attorney Jeffrey Grass fights for his clients with tenacious and aggressive defense representation. When providing criminal defense services in north Texas, Mr. Grass focuses on a client’s interests and needs while defending that client’s constitutional rights and providing frank, candid legal advice. Mr. Grass will personally meet with you to review your case, your options, and the potential outcomes.
At the Law Offices of Jeffrey C. Grass, our mission is to get each of our clients the justice they deserve from the criminal accusations that they are currently facing. If you need a knowledgeable, experienced Texas criminal defense attorney, or if you simply need quality legal advice, call our offices today for a free consultation.
2017-04-17T22:43:17+00:00 April 14th, 2017|
When a law enforcement officer suspects that a motorist is under the influence of alcohol or drugs, the officer may conduct several tests to confirm that suspicion. Typically, a motorist suspected of intoxicated driving will be asked to submit to a field sobriety test, which is often followed by a breathalyzer, blood, or urine test. Many of us presume that these tests are reasonably accurate, but is that a safe assumption to make?
If a field sobriety test is not administered properly, even the most sober driver can have a tough time passing. The most common field sobriety test is the HGN (horizontal gaze nystagmus) test. If you are given the HGN test, a police officer will ask you to look at a tiny object, usually a pen or a pencil, and follow the object’s movement with your eyes. As you look at the object, the officer looks for involuntary eye movements.
Alcohol reduces the brain’s ability to control the eye muscles, which in turn makes the eyes jerk or “bounce.” The HGN test can indicate intoxication, but it might also indicate that the driver may be taking prescription medications for seizures or may suffer a neurological or visual problem. That’s why HGN tests can be inaccurate and untrustworthy.
Other field sobriety tests attempt to gauge a motorist’s coordination, balance, and cognition. An officer might ask someone to stand on one leg, walk a straight line, or recite letters or numbers. These exercises may indicate – but cannot prove – that a driver is intoxicated.
ARE BREATHALYZER DEVICES ACCURATE?
Breathalyzers are the devices most commonly used by police officers to measure a driver’s blood-alcohol content (or “BAC”) level. The truth is that over the years, breathalyzers have been notoriously unreliable. They must be routinely maintained and calibrated. Several years ago, sixty-nine DUI convictions in Massachusetts came under review when authorities discovered that the breathalyzers used to win those convictions had not been calibrated properly.
Another problem is that breathalyzers cannot distinguish alcohol from substances that have a similar molecular structure. One man in Washington State drank a small amount of gasoline, and a breathalyzer measured his BAC level at almost four times the legal limit, yet the man was sober – there is no alcohol in gasoline.
A person suffering from gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) has alcohol gas constantly moving from the stomach to the mouth, so when he or she blows into a breathalyzer device, gas from the stomach mixes with gas from the lungs, and the result is a higher – and inaccurate – BAC level measurement.
Even factors like a driver’s breathing pattern or additional compounds in the blood (usually medications) can affect a breathalyzer result. Some breathalyzer models are vulnerable to radio frequency interference that could lead to inaccurate test results, and radio frequency interference is everywhere. Its sources include virtually all radios, walkie-talkies, cell phones, and radar devices.
ARE BLOOD AND URINE TESTS ACCURATE?
The most accurate test for alcohol or drugs in the body is the blood sample. However, a good Texas DWI attorney can often find problems with the accuracy of blood tests. Most labs that work with blood and/or urine samples run scores of tests and procedures every day, so mistakes are not uncommon. Blood that isn’t stored or properly preserved will give a false reading, and if a laboratory doesn’t follow proper testing and storage procedures, blood samples can be mixed or otherwise contaminated.
Despite these problems, drivers who test above the legal limit for alcohol will very likely face a DWI conviction in Texas. It’s important to understand that being over the “legal” limit is not a requirement for a DWI charge or conviction in this state.
Having probable cause that a driver is intoxicated is enough for a police officer to make an arrest. Testing for drugs other than alcohol – marijuana, for example – is even more complicated and more prone to inaccuracy.
In the state of Texas, any amount of marijuana – even a trace – in a driver’s blood or urine while driving legally establishes that the driver was “under the influence” of marijuana. It’s a controversial law because the active ingredient in marijuana – tetrahydrocannabinol or “THC” – remains in the blood for days and even weeks after a marijuana high has faded, so a blood test for THC cannot “really” prove intoxicated driving. Almost anyone who has used cannabis in the last thirty days or so – and then drives in Texas – could conceivably be convicted of marijuana-DWI.
WHAT IS THE DWI LAW IN TEXAS – AND WHAT ARE THE PENALTIES?
In Texas, a driver age 21 or older who is legally intoxicated or impaired by drugs can be charged and prosecuted for DWI. Drivers under age 21 with any measurable blood alcohol content level will be charged with DUI – whether or not they are impaired. Additionally, Texas drivers under age 21 who are over the legal limit (a BAC level at or above 0.08 percent) may also be prosecuted for DWI.
For a first DWI conviction in Texas, the penalties may include from three to one-hundred-eighty days in jail, a fine of up to $2,000, up to one-hundred hours of community service, a driver’s license suspension for up to a year, and an annual driver’s license fee for three years.
When a driver under age 21 is convicted of DUI, the penalties may include a fine of up to $500, a sixty-day driver’s license suspension, up to forty hours of community service, and court-ordered alcohol education classes.
Texas prosecutors in DUI and DWI cases usually rely on a driver’s field sobriety tests, the chemical testing results, and the arresting officer’s testimony. Field sobriety tests are always suspect, and chemical tests are frequently unreliable. An experienced Dallas DWI attorney can evaluate the charge, review the evidence, and often find a reason for the charge to be reduced or dismissed.
That’s why it’s imperative for any Texas driver charged with DUI or DWI to have high-quality legal representation. A good Dallas DWI attorney will explain a client’s rights, options, and what to expect. Even in the worst scenario – when the evidence is conclusive and a conviction is certain – a diligent DWI lawyer will try to arrange a plea bargain or work for reduced or alternative sentencing. Even with today’s technology, chemical testing for DWI remains relatively unreliable, which means that every Texas driver accused of DWI should obtain legal counsel and contest the charge.
2017-03-20T20:47:08+00:00 March 20th, 2017|
Is there any way to change our state’s policing policies and jail standards to prevent tragedies like the death of Sandra Bland? Ms. Bland was 28 years old when she was found hanged in a jail cell in Waller County on July 13, 2015. A medical examiner determined that the cause of her death was suicide, but protesters and activists disputed that finding and charged that Ms. Bland was a victim of racial profiling and racial violence.
Three days before she was found dead, Ms. Bland had been stopped for a traffic violation by Texas state trooper Brian Encinia. The trooper arrested Ms. Bland after she allegedly assaulted him, but when authorities examined the dashcam footage, they placed Encinia on leave for improper traffic stop procedures. Although Bland’s death was classified as a suicide and no evidence of a struggle was found, the Texas Commission on Jail Standards determined that Waller County did not adhere to the state’s required jail standards and policies.
In 2016, a Waller County grand jury indicted Brian Encinia for perjury, and the Texas Department of Public Safety terminated his employment. Also in 2016, Ms. Bland’s family settled a wrongful death lawsuit for $1.9 million. As a condition of the settlement, the Waller County jail will have an on-duty nurse or EMT available at all times to help prevent suicides there.
HOW MANY SUICIDES HAPPEN IN JAILS?
Since 2009, 140 suicides have reportedly been committed in Texas jails. Jails have an annual suicide rate of 46 per 100,000 inmates, while the general population’s suicide rate is 13 per 100,000 persons. If you are charged with any crime in Texas, you must get legal help at once. Apparently, Texas jails can be hazardous to your health. If you are charged with a crime in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, an experienced Plano criminal defense attorney can help.
Earlier in the year, Texas State Representative Garnet Coleman of Houston filed a bill called the “Sandra Bland Act” that would change the state’s law enforcement and incarceration policies to help prevent similar tragedies in the future. “This is something we thought we had overcome. But obviously not,” Coleman told reporters. One provision of the bill would end arrests in Texas for violations that are penalized by fines, such as traffic offenses.
After filing the proposal early in March, Representative Coleman told reporters, “The Sandra Bland Act aims to improve and correct Texas’ criminal justice system to make it better for all people and prevent future tragedies like Sandra Bland’s.” The legislation, which runs to 55 pages, would establish policies to stop racial profiling, increase the reporting of the use of force in Texas jails, and train police officers to use de-escalation tactics. Coleman’s proposal also would require more training for both jailers and patrol officers on handling individuals with possible mental impairments.
WHAT ELSE WOULD THE SANDRA BLAND ACT REQUIRE?
Specifically, the Sandra Bland Act would require jails in Texas to have around-the-clock “access” – which could be electronic – to medical personnel and mental health professionals. The proposal also offers financial resources to help smaller counties afford the changes that the legislation will require. Representative Coleman believes there will be support for the Sandra Bland Act in the Texas Senate, but the bill first must be assigned to a committee and be approved by the Texas House of Representatives.
Representative Coleman’s proposal would outlaw “consent” searches in this state and require a search warrant for any search made by law enforcement officers. If adopted as Texas law, the Sandra Bland Act would also prevent the police in Texas from conducting “pretext stops,” where law enforcement officers stop a motorist in traffic ostensibly – but not really – for a traffic offense with the actual intention of investigating a possible violation of some other law.
The Combined Law Enforcement Associations of Texas have already expressed their opposition to the proposal. Charley Wilkison, the group’s executive director, said the group is against any proposals that would legally forbid police officers to ask questions that could lead to the discovery of other crimes. Follow-up questions often yield important evidence, Wilkison said, leading to the discovery of human trafficking or illegal drug activity. Wilkison added that the Combined Law Enforcement Associations of Texas will support only the provisions of Coleman’s proposal that call for additional law enforcement training and resources.
The Texas Municipal Police Association also expressed strong opposition to the Sandra Bland Act. The group’s executive director, Kevin Lawrence, said, “So this, we believe, is just simply a knee-jerk reaction to an anecdotal incident. It would create bad public policy. It would benefit criminals; it wouldn’t benefit public safety.” But not everyone who speaks on behalf of law enforcement groups is opposed to the bill.
Jackson County Sheriff A.J. Louderback, for example, who also acts as the legislative director for the Sheriffs Association of Texas, called the Sandra Bland Act – House Bill 2702 – “outstanding.” Louderback said, “The mental health portion has long been a concern of Texas sheriffs. We have fought for this for many years, many sessions we have tried to get the mental health resources in our county jails and we’re still fighting that fight and we’re still not where we think we should be three sessions later.”
ARE WE BEING TOLD THE TRUTH?
Not every death in a jail is the jail’s fault or the system’s fault. Inmates sometimes die of natural causes like anyone else, and many inmates are plagued by health problems linked to alcohol and drug issues. Nevertheless, experts tell us that the cause of an inmate’s death really cannot be accurately determined from the publicly released data. Many in-custody deaths caused by force, for example, are attributed to another cause, according to Steve Martin, a corrections expert who has monitored excessive force cases across the United States.
Martin says that when a jailhouse death is reported as a heart attack, for example, the public may not be told if a stun gun was used against the inmate prior to the death. “The American public has no idea what’s taking place, and because of the lack of public awareness, there’s a corresponding lack of public outrage,” says Erik Heipt, a Seattle attorney who focuses on police misconduct and represents numerous families of individuals who have died in jails.
Jails often house people who’ve never been in serious legal trouble before, and jail can have a traumatic impact. While the proposed Sandra Bland Act would help to ensure that inmates are treated more humanely and legally in our state, if you are facing criminal charges in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, there is no substitute for the legal help that a Plano criminal defense attorney can provide.
For more than 20 years, Attorney Jeffrey C. Grass has fought hard for people who face criminal charges in the Dallas, Texas area. He has built his business around the concept that everyone deserves the opportunity to pursue their dreams. The law firm he established reflects that core value. Jeffrey C. Grass knows about hard work and dedication. He takes pride in helping his clients and overseeing his practice. He also believes in supporting college students, especially when they do not have the financial means to achieve their goals. We are blessed to live in a country where we are free to pursue our dreams. When college students receive an education and training, they often struggle to pay for their degree. Sometimes that financial burden is more than a student can manage, and they cannot afford to continue their education.
Most students will take advantage of financial aid, but it is never enough. They soon discover that student loans are only a temporary solution. Student loans must be repaid, and the payments usually begin when many adults are starting their careers. For this reason, the Law Offices of Jeffrey C. Grass has established The 2017 Grass Law Firm Scholarship. Any student with a financial need can apply for this $500 scholarship. This is the law firm’s way of giving back to the community and investing in the future leaders of our nation. The scholarship does not require the winner to repay the award, and it can be used for any cost related to your education.
We encourage you to submit your application. It is free to apply!
Applicants must submit a high-quality essay. The essay must be 100% original work, written by the applicant in their own words.
Suggested Essay Topics:
What challenge have you overcome while pursuing your college education?
Who has been your greatest inspiration and why?
What is the best advice you ever received as a young adult?
What type of job would you like to have after graduation?
What was the hardest decision you’ve made since starting college?
Essays must be typed (12-point font and single-spaced) and written in the applicant’s own words. Please format essays as either a PDF or Microsoft Word Document.
Video Essay Response (Optional)
A video response about one of the essay topics can be submitted instead of a written essay. The video should range in length between 3-10 minutes. Send the entire video or the link/URL to the host site for your original video. This video is only optional and not a requirement to be selected as the winner.
If you are selected as the winner, you will receive an email confirmation one week after the deadline. Once you provide your identification, the law firm will mail you a check for the $500 scholarship award.
Please provide your name, age, address, GPA, and the link/URL to your Facebook account or video hosting.
Include the subject line “Scholarship Submission” in your email.
All applications sent before the deadline will be reviewed. The winner will receive an email approximately one week after the scholarship deadline ends. The email will contain instructions to help the winner claim the $500 scholarship. (ID is required).
No. Unfortunately, due to the high volume of applicants, each student can only apply once per year. If you need to submit a revised copy of your application, please follow the same application requirements and resend it before the deadline along with the email subject line “Edited.”
2. Can I call or visit the law firm to find out if I won?
No. All correspondence must be sent by email. All questions or inquiries about a scholarship should be sent to [email protected] No letters, calls, or face-to-face visits will receive updates.
3. Is a Facebook account required?
Yes. Applicants must provide the URL to their Facebook profile to be considered for the scholarship. If you do not have a Facebook profile, please set up a free account at Facebook.com.
4. If I already receive financial aid for college, can I win this scholarship?
This scholarship was designed to help students struggling to pay for the rising cost of college. However, any applicant can be selected if they meet the eligibility requirements and follow the application guidelines.
5. How can I apply for the scholarship?
All applications (essays and videos) must be sent electronically via email. No hard copy applications will be reviewed.
6. Can I include any visual effects, music, pictures, or statistics in my video?
Yes. Videos can be unique, but all submissions must follow the application requirements and include a link/URL to the video host site.