I have wanted to be a trial lawyer since I was 6 years old. At that age, I read a... more
I have wanted to be a trial lawyer since I was 6 years old. At that age, I read a short story called "The Devil and Daniel Webster." Long story short: after reading it, I knew that being a lawyer could be something heroic, that I could help people who desperately needed help. After graduating from law school, I worked as a briefing attorney for United States District Judge Robert W. Port... view profile
David Frank is based in Austin, Texas and has a reputation for being a tough and... more
David Frank is based in Austin, Texas and has a reputation for being a tough and experienced criminal trial lawyer. In April of 2014 he successfully challenged the Texas Mandatory DWI Blood Draw Statute. The Court of Appeals reversed the trial courts in his two cases and found that the Mandatory Blood Draw Statute runs afoul of the Fourth Amendment warrant requirement. In November 2014 he he... view profile
I am the proud father of four boys. When I represent you, I make you part of my... more
I am the proud father of four boys. When I represent you, I make you part of my family. I treat you the way I would want to be treated. I do everything I can within the confines of legal ethics to ensure that you get a fair and just result.
Guillermo Gonzalez has been Board Certified as a Criminal Law Specialist by the... more
Guillermo Gonzalez has been Board Certified as a Criminal Law Specialist by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization since 1996 and was awarded an AV rating (very high to preeminent legal ability) by Martindale-Hubbell in 2003.
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
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.
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).
If you are suspected of driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs, you may be arrested for DUI (driving under the influence). Depending on the state, the specific crime is also called DWI (driving while intoxicated), OUI (operating under the influence), or OWI (operating while intoxicated). A DUI conviction has serious consequences (for example, losing your driving privileges); but an experienced DUI attorney can often get the charges dropped or reduced, or may be able to negotiate lesser penalties depending on your circumstances and your past history.