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  • • Board Certified in Criminal Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization

  • • 24 Years of Experience
  • • 10 Years First Assistant District Attorney - Brazos Co.
  • • Former Deputy Attorney General for Criminal Justice
  • • Former Chief Special Prosecutor Texas Office of the Attorney General
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  • Drug Offenses

    If you’ve been arrested for a drug offense such as possession of marijuana, possession of a controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver, or Manufacture/Delivery of a controlled substance, you need a board certified criminal defense attorney with years of experience litigating drug offenses.

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  • DWI / Intoxication Offenses

    If you have been arrested and charged with Driving While Intoxicated or any other intoxication-related offense, you need the help of an experienced and dedicated attorney with years of experience in litigating intoxication-related crimes such as DWI. Read more

  • Homicide

    Homicide cases are among the most complicated and serious prosecutions. With your life on the line, you must retain the most experienced attorney you can find to protect your rights in court. Read more

  • White Collar

    White Collar is the generic term for all types of document-intensive financial crimes. Read more

  • Students in Trouble

    Sometimes college students make the wrong choices.  Sometimes they get caught up in a legal situation because they are in the wrong place at the wrong time.  In either case, involvement in the legal system can have devastating effects on their futures. There is never a more important time to hire the right attorney.
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  • Computer Crimes

    More and more, offenses involving computers and the internet are being added to the statutes by federal and state legislatures.  Because of the complexity of these offenses, it is vitally important to retain legal representation with experience in litigating computer-related crime.

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  • Juvenile Crimes

    Children ages 10-16 who are charged with committing crimes are prosecuted under the Texas Family Code.

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