University of Houston Law Center
2001 - 2003
I am a Houston criminal defense attorney devoted to the protection of Houstonians' rights to a fair trial. As a former Assistant District Attorney for Harris County and a current defense attorney, I am experienced with both sides of a criminal trial. I will fully investigate your criminal case and ensure that the prosecution does not overstep their bounds and tread on your rights.
I am experienced in defending clients who have criminal case involving charges such as DWI in Houston, theft and property crimes, weapons charges, domestic violence, traffic offenses, juvenile crime, and other misdemeanor and felony offense. My training and experience both as a prosecuting attorney and a defender gives me valuable insight into the prosecution's case and knowledge of what procedures they must uphold to ensure a fair trial.
I graduated from the University of Houston's Law Center, where I was a contributor to the UH Health Law Journal. Prior to my legal education in Houston, I graduated from Texas A&M Corpus Christi with honors, earning a Bachelor's degree in European History. Even before earning my J.D. at UH in 2003, I was involving myself in criminal trial litigation as an assistant to Attorney Terry Yates. For several years now, I have devoted myself to the practice of criminal trial litigation in the Houston area.