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Excellent lawyer, the process of my documents took five months ( to get my residence) Alex was always... more
San Antonio  Alejandro E. Garcia

Alejandro Garcia

San Antonio, TX Immigration
Avvo rating 9.3
Our legal process took longer then we anticipated. But the outcome was great. Roland got our case dismissed.... more
San Antonio  Roland James Garcia

Roland Garcia

San Antonio, TX Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 9.3
My case required a keen eye for detail to my high income and Mr Weston provided that for me. His entire firm... more
San Antonio  Peter Walter Weston

Peter Weston

San Antonio, TX Bankruptcy & Debt
Avvo rating 10.0
Mr. George Chumillo has been very helpful in helping our company with collections, general business legal... more
San Antonio  George Hugo Chumillo

George Chumillo

San Antonio, TX Immigration
Avvo rating 6.8
Allen Messenger answered all my questions, returned my phone calls and explained the process. I recommend... more
San Antonio  Allen Lynn Messinger

Allen Messinger

San Antonio, TX Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 6.6
Best lawyer! Extremely helpful. Coming from out of state I had already started my citizenship process in... more
San Antonio  Francisco Javier Alvillar

Francisco Alvillar

San Antonio, TX Immigration
Avvo rating 8.7
Recently Michael Raign represented our son in a DUI case, Mike was very informative about the facts of the... more
San Antonio  Michael Stephen Raign

Michael Raign

San Antonio, TX Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 7.2
I emailed Mr. Cahan through this website to ask advice. He replied quickly and requested additional... more
San Antonio  Richard Jonathan Cahan

Richard Cahan

San Antonio, TX Landlord & Tenant
Avvo rating 7.4

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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.