Chris Gober represents more than 100 active clients—including U.S. Senators,... more
Chris Gober represents more than 100 active clients—including U.S. Senators, Congressmen, and multibillion-dollar companies—in litigation, federal investigations, and political compliance matters. In 2013, Chris was named “U.S. Government Lawyer of the Year” by the international publication Lawyer Monthly, and he was featured in Texas Lawyer’s “Legal Leaders on the Rise” edition spotlighting 25... view profile
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.
William M. Hines, III received his undergraduate degree from the University of Texas... more
William M. Hines, III received his undergraduate degree from the University of Texas at Austin and his Juris Doctorate from the University of Houston School of Law. Mr. Hines began his legal career as a Public Defender in Florida. Upon returning to Texas, Mr. Hines worked as an Assistant District Attorney in Travis County prosecuting for the State of Texas for five years. He then opened h... view profile
White collar crime defines a criminal activity committed without using violence. Examples include insider trading, insurance fraud, tax fraud, securities and investment fraud, and identity theft. If you are accused of committing a white collar crime, you need a white collar criminal defense lawyer familiar with the government's style of negotiating and trying white collar crimes. Specifically, you should hire a white collar criminal lawyer with enough knowledge about the particular charges to analyze your situation and to identify the best defense for your case.