Dallas, Houston, Austin, Criminal Defense Attorney, Practice Areas

We represent individuals and corporations charged with committing acts in violation of federal and state laws. This practice includes every stage of the criminal justice process, from police and grand jury investigations through trial to appellate and post conviction litigation. Over the past 24 years, we have represented over 1000 clients. Many of these cases resulted in the freedom of our clients through not guilty verdicts, acquittals and dismissals.

The law firm has represented clients throughout the United States. Our practice includes the following categories of cases.

White Collar Crimes
This classification of offenses pertains to a variety of nonviolent crimes usually committed in commercial situations for financial gain. Fraud, Embezzlement, Money Laundering, Racketeering, and Organized Criminal Activity are just some of the crimes considered “White Collar Crimes.”

Federal Fraud
Bank Fraud involves fraud occurring within or against financial institutions that are insured or regulated by the U.S. Government.

Securities Fraud involves illegal manipulation of the market or securities accounts.

Tax Fraud involves the willful attempt to evade or defeat any tax imposed by the government.

Wire Fraud is the use of interstate wire communications facilities to carry out a scheme to defraud.

Healthcare Fraud involves billing for services not rendered, unnecessary equipment, and encompasses all areas of health care.

Mail Fraud occurs when the U.S. Mail is used in furtherance of a criminal act.

Internet Fraud includes unauthorized use of a computer, manipulation of a computer’s files, and computer sabotage.

Money Laundering involves transactions through which income of illegal monies are concealed, disguised or made to appear legitimate to evade detection, prosecution, seizure and taxation.

Racketeering is the process of forming or running an organization to operate or commit criminal activities.

Organized Criminal Activity involves criminal activities which occur within a centrally controlled group or organization.

Embezzlement occurs when someone who has been entrusted with money or property appropriates it for personal use.

Drug Related Offenses involve one or more controlled substance in one’s possession, either for personal use, distribution, sale or otherwise and include:

  • Drug Conspiracy
  • Drug Possession
  • Drug Manufacture
  • Drug Importation
  • Drug Delivery

Theft is the illegal taking of another person’s property without that person’s consent.

Driving While Intoxicated occurs when a person operates a motor vehicle in a public place while intoxicated.

Murder is the unlawful and intentional killing of a human being by another.

Assault is the infliction of physical harm on another individual.

Robbery is the taking anything of value from a person by threat, force, or violence.

Burglary is the illegal entry of a house or building with intent to commit a felony.

Appellate/Post Conviction
If you have been convicted of a crime, you have the right to appeal your conviction or sentence. The basis of your appeal can be based on a wide range of issues, whether your conviction is the result of a plea bargain or trial by either judge or jury.


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