I am a lifelong Houstonian and love my city. I love taking care of the people in it, too. I am a 1991 graduate of Alief Elsik High School, 1995 graduate of Texas A&M University, and a 1997 graduate of South Texas College of Law.
I served as a prosecutor with the Harris County District Attorney's Office from 1998 to 2014, trying cases in the Misdemeanor Division, Felony Trial Bureau, Child Abuse Division, Child Exploitation Section, and Major Offenders Division. I served as a Criminal Defense Lawyer and an Adjunct Law Professor of Criminal Law in the United States Army Reserve from 2002 to 2015. From 2008 to 2009 I was called to active duty at Fort Hood, Texas to defend soldiers accused of all manner of wrongdoing.
So after leaving 16 years of government service law practice, I felt I could help my fellow Houstonians in a different way. Now I represent people individually. Now I can defend people the way I think they ought to be defended. And now, I can give my clients the benefit of 21 years of trials, hearings, and motions practice experience to aid them with their cases.
I am in court nearly every day. It is as much my home as where I sleep at night and that is exactly the kind of thing you need in a criminal defense lawyer. You don't need someone who only goes to court every now and then. You need someone who fights every day for his clients and their rights. I am in the middle of it every day and would be proud to do it for you.
Don't take my word for it. Take it from some of my satisfied former clients. My "A game" can be in your corner.