Lumberton, Texas Juvenile Law Lawyers
I’ve handled literally hundreds of criminal cases. I trust juries. I go into every case my firm takes on assuming we will have to try the case to a jury. This preparation very frequently leads to dismissal of the case. I have tried over 60 jury trials, with the vast majority leading to a not guilty verdict for my client.
In 2017, I tried 17 jury trials, leading to...
Here at LeGrande Law, we know that when you are accused of a crime it is a very difficult and very important matter. We are dedicated to fighting for our clients’ rights and doing everything possible to achieve the best resolution of our clients’ cases. The formula for our success at LeGrande Law is: an unwavering dedication to our clients, a...
A dedicated student of the law, Jack scored within the top 10% of his class on the Texas Multi-State Bar Exam and is extremely good at what he does. His criminal defense trial results are a testament to his skill as an attorney. When a...
In 2004, McDonald moved closer to home and began prosecuting felony cases in the Fort Bend District Attorney’s Office, which included being an instructor at the Fort Bend County Gus George Law Enforcement Academy as well as teaching at many local police departments.
In 2006, McDonald opened his own Criminal Trial Practice focusing solely on representing clients who have been charged with criminal offenses throughout the great State of Texas....
Mr. Banker is a Board-Certified Specialist in Criminal Law with over 30 years of legal experience. He is dedicated to the best interest and well-being of those he represents, and with whom he is a true “Brother in Arms.” As such, he advocates for the success of his clients in courts of law all over Texas and the United States.
A native Texan, Mr. Banker graduated with Honors from the University of Texas at Austin and received his Law degree (J.D.) from the University of Houston Law Center. In between these degrees, Mr. Banker achieved a Master’s degree...
Call Horak Law if you need a fighter. If the prosecutor does not think your lawyer will fight, you will have wasted your money.
As soon as you have been arrested, your charge is public record and anyone can find it; even if you have not been convicted or found guilty by a jury. You are going to be digging yourself out of a terrible hole right from the beginning.
There is absolutely no one on your side in the criminal justice system EXCEPT your lawyer.
Clay received his Juris Doctorate from South Texas College of Law in Houston in 2004, where he focused his studies on criminal law, criminal procedure and juvenile law while also developing his jury selection and courtroom skills in the...
Yanine has devoted her career to helping families and children in difficult legal situations. She enjoys assisting her clients resolve a wide range of issues relating to family law. Yanine has experience with all phases of litigation, including case evaluation, management, discovery, advocacy, settlement, and trial.
In addition to her trial work, Yanine has...
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