Born in McAllen, Texas. Admitted to the Texas bar in 1991. Also admitted to practice... more
Born in McAllen, Texas. Admitted to the Texas bar in 1991. Also admitted to practice law in the U.S. District Court - Southern District of Texas. Education: Michigan State University - College of Law (Juris Doctor 1990); Texas Tech University (B.A., English and Government, 1983); Schreiner University (Associate of Arts 1980); National Institute of Trial Advocacy (Graduate 2002). Delta Theta Phi... view profile
The attorneys' at The Johnson Firm devote their efforts and talents to representing... more
The attorneys' at The Johnson Firm devote their efforts and talents to representing businesses and individuals in business disputes and probate litigation in state and federal courts and arbitration across Texas. Our business practice covers shareholder disputes, contract claims, fraud, breach of fiduciary duty, and employee disputes including non competes and trade secret matters. Our probat... view profile
I have a legal practice focusing on Criminal Defense, Juvenile, Felonies and... more
I have a legal practice focusing on Criminal Defense, Juvenile, Felonies and Misdemeanors. I was a prosecutor for twelve years, assigned to the criminal and juvenile courts of Bexar County. I have handled, as a prosecutor and a defense attorney, thousands of cases including DWI, family violence, drug charges, and both violent and property crimes. My practice expands to all areas of South Centr... view profile
I was born in St. Paul, Minnesota, raised in Waco and currently live in Tyler Texas.... more
I was born in St. Paul, Minnesota, raised in Waco and currently live in Tyler Texas. My passions, other than God and my family, are working with foster children, special needs individuals and animals. I have provided respite care for foster families, served on the Board of Special Olympics in two cities, fostered multiple animals and volunteered with two pet rescue groups. .
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