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"I would highly recommend Mr. Hector Q. Martinez, He keeps me informed on all developments and has answered... more
San Antonio  Hector Quinones Martinez

Hector Martinez

San Antonio, TX Probate
Avvo rating 7.3
For approximately 3 years Larry represented my son in court on a monthly basis. He had to drive a distance... more
San Antonio  Larry Dean Bloomquist

Larry Bloomquist

San Antonio, TX Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 9.7
I'm very unbiased and will give a review truest to the fact. I will gain nothing for leaving this review, but... more
San Antonio  Andrew Christopher Froelich

Andrew Froelich

San Antonio, TX DUI & DWI
Avvo rating 8.1
Kevin Collins is the best criminal attorney in San Antonio, TX in my opinion. He has help many people,... more
San Antonio  Kevin Lloyd Collins

Kevin Collins

San Antonio, TX White Collar Crime
Avvo rating 10.0
I contacted the Elliot Cappuccio office to resolve an HOA fee and was transferred to a voicemail. When I... more
San Antonio  Elliott S. Cappuccio

Elliott Cappuccio

San Antonio, TX Litigation
Avvo rating 10.0
I had heard some great things about Mr. Reece when I was incarcerated in bexar county jail, My family got in... more
San Antonio  William Turman Reece Jr.

William Reece

San Antonio, TX Personal Injury
Avvo rating 6.7
Excellently, effective, friendly, and cooperative. He is with you at all times on the representation. He... more
San Antonio  Alejandro E. Garcia

Alejandro Garcia

San Antonio, TX Immigration
Avvo rating 9.3
It is very irritating that an attorney does not show the face, don't return phone calls and don't offer the... more
San Antonio  Rolando Gutierrez

Rolando Gutierrez

San Antonio, TX Immigration
Avvo rating 6.4

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San Antonio is the site of the most popular tourist destination in Texas, the Alamo. Originally intended as a Catholic mission, the Alamo was more military garrison than missionary outpost by the time of the famous 1836 battle.

One hundred eighty-nine defenders from the newly-formed Republic of Texas fought against 1,800 Mexican soldiers in a brave but ultimately unsuccessful defense. However, the fortress became a rallying point for the Republic of Texas. Cries of "Remember the Alamo" led many to join the Texan army. Texas went on to defeat the Mexican forces later that year in the Battle of San Jacinto.