Why Hire Our Lawyers?
Criminal Defense in College Station, Bryan, & Brazos County
Anytime an individual faces serious legal matters, it can be daunting.
When these legal matters involve criminal charges which threaten your
life, freedom, and rights, it can be downright terrifying. At The Law
Office of Shane Phelps, P.C., our College Station
criminal defense attorneys provide representation throughout Texas, including the Bryan and Brazos
County areas. We know the various laws pertaining to DWI, drug crimes,
white collar crimes, homicide, and more.
decades of experience, our team approaches every case with a personalized strategy designed
on your needs and goals.We know that when it comes to legal counsel, you
have options. Our team aims to go above and beyond to prove that we are
the right choice when you have so much on the line.
Benefits of hiring our firm include:
Call (979) 773-7028 today or (979) 217-4035 for an emergency.
High-Quality, Expert Counsel
Our founder, Shane Phelps, is a
Board Certified Criminal Law Specialist by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. This means that he has been
recognized for his knowledge, experience, and ability at trial. As a team,
we have helped countless clients find the favorable results they desire
when facing serious criminal charges. We understand the legal system is
flawed and we have seen it fail many times. Our firm always invests in
the best possible research tools and spend countless resources and hours
continuing our legal education to help you.
From start to finish, when you hire our firm, you have the opportunity
to work directly with your attorney. This means you won't get lost
in the shuffle and there are no middlemen to go through in order to have
your questions answered. This also allows you to stay up to date regarding
your case and you can make informed decisions regarding which steps to
take next. With The Law Office of Shane Phelps, P.C. on your side, you
can have peace of mind knowing your case is in capable hands.
Call The Law Office of Shane Phelps, P.C. today.