Frank Bryan is a former State District Judge and Chief Felony Proscutor in Travis... more
Frank Bryan is a former State District Judge and Chief Felony Proscutor in Travis County. Mr. Bryan has practiced criminal defense law in Austin, Texas, for the the past 10 years. If you are charged with a crime in Austin, Williamson, or Hays county, please call 512.322.9977 to arrange for a free 20-minute conslutation.
I practice only Criminal Defense. Please contact me if you or one of your friends or... more
I practice only Criminal Defense. Please contact me if you or one of your friends or loved ones has been accused of a State or Federal crime. I represent persons and organizations accused of violating criminal laws. My main office is located in Austin, Texas, but I also maintain an office in Georgetown, Texas.
My practice is dedicated to defending people accused of crimes in Austin and... more
My practice is dedicated to defending people accused of crimes in Austin and throughout Central Texas. I handle all misdemeanor and felony cases, including DWI/ DUI charges, drug cases, traffic tickets, and assaults (including family violence charges).
David Gonzalez is the founding partner of Sumpter Gonzalez, a criminal defense firm... more
David Gonzalez is the founding partner of Sumpter Gonzalez, a criminal defense firm whose commitment to social justice involves defending against serious criminal accusations for both private and indigent clients. The Firms mission to change peoples lives, in each individual case and in greater society. Especially in federal and juvenile criminal defense practice, the Firm assists clients beyo... view profile
I do the work I do because I believe in the presumption of innocence. If you have... more
I do the work I do because I believe in the presumption of innocence. If you have not been found guilty in a court of law, you should not be treated like a criminal based on unfounded allegations by the government. I focus primarily on helping people seal or destroy their arest records through the processes of expunction (or "expungement") and nondisclosure.
Attorney and Counselor at Law Originally from Anchorage, Alaska, Andy Garbe was a... more
Attorney and Counselor at Law Originally from Anchorage, Alaska, Andy Garbe was a gold-miner, weather observer on offshore oilrigs, and finally spent sixteen years as a paramedic with the Anchorage Fire Department. Andy and his wife, Christie, moved to Austin in 2005 so that he could attend law school at the University Texas. During law school, Andy clerked for the City of Austin La... view profile
My name's Ellic Sahualla. It's pronounced Eh-lick Sha-wala. It’s a family name with... more
My name's Ellic Sahualla. It's pronounced Eh-lick Sha-wala. It’s a family name with an unusual story behind it; ask me about it sometime if you’re curious. I was born and raised in Houston and attended college there at the University of Houston. Once I graduated, I went to law school at UT Austin then lived way out in El Paso after that, so I've been from one end of Texas to the other. I'm hap... view profile
If you are suspected of a crime or charged with a violation of law, you may require the services of a criminal defense attorney to present your defense or negotiate a penalty. As different rules and procedures exist for different offenses, you should seek a criminal defense attorney who has worked on your particular type of case to provide you with the best defense. An experienced criminal defense attorney knows what information the government will need to prove your guilt. The defense attorney will also know what information you need to prove your innocence, including whether there are any legal rules justifying your actions.