So let's talk for a moment about what I mean by "us." There is a group called the advertising review committee of the State Bar of Texas and they are worried that I am trying to make you think we have more than one lawyer. We don't.
That said, my mom told me when I was really young that everybody likes working for someone who talks about all the things the team does well, instead of a person who takes credit for everything. I don't like to use the word "I" to describe what is done in my office, as I depend on other professionals to give you excellent service.
I also want you to feel like you are a member of that team. Your defense will require your involvement. And I want "us" together to work towards the best solution we can to your problem.
If you have any questions about us, please give us a call.
After law school, I served as a prosecutor for two and a half years in San Antonio. I worked my way up the chain of command, but when I was told that I couldn't be promoted unless I cut my hair, I quit. During my time as a prosecutor, I tried many people for DWIs and my first DWI client hired me the day I left the district attorney's office.