Mr. Blizzard's practice is focused on criminal defense in Abilene, TX. Criminal defense includes pre-trial negotiations for plea bargain and trials of felonies and misdemeanor cases. Mr. Blizzard also has a significant practice in criminal appeals and post-convictions writs of habeas corpus. Mr. Blizzard also practices personal injury and plaintiff's side litigation.
Board certification is a mark of excellence and a distinguishing accomplishment. Within the Texas legal community, board certification...
Anne-Marie is an Alumna of The Hockaday School (1988) and received her undergraduate degree from Southern Methodist University. She attended law school at Texas Wesleyan University in Fort Worth where she received her J.D....
Cory then attended Texas Tech University School of Law from 2011 to 2014 graduating with both his Juris Doctorate and master’s in business administration. After taking the bar exam, Cory moved to Abilene where he began...
Business organizations and related transactional work.
Military: Commissioned Second Lieutenant, USMC, May 1968; Captain, Judge Advocate; Primary duties as Chief Prosecutor, Chief Defense Counsel and Military Judge (1971 - 1974); Honorable Discharge 1974; USMC Reserves, Commanding Officer; Abilene (Texas) Reserve Unit 1974 - 1978.
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