We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
I was born in Waco, Texas and even though I moved around a bit, in the end I decided to come home to settle down. I live in Waco with my wife, Cindy, with whom I have been married to since 2002 and our son, Edgar. We have several pets (two cats, a dog, a fish, and a lizard) and spend our free time watching movies, camping, or just hanging out together.
After graduating college in 1999, I worked in the computer industry in and around the Dallas area until my son was born in 2002. I earned several technical certifications on a variety of hardware and software platforms. I usually worked for small businesses while in Dallas as a network operations manager, but I also taught a two separate technical schools. While I was teaching, I helped my students prepare for a job in the information technology industry. It was hear that I first discovered my passion for helping people. When I left the I.T. field, I decided that I wanted to work directly with people and see if there was anything that I could to help them, so I started working as an insurance agent. Eventually, I decided that I wanted to have more of an impact on peoples' lives. This is when I decided to go to law school and become a lawyer.
I started Baylor Law School in the fall of 2005. I immediately knew that being a lawyer was what I was meant to be. Throughout law school I learned everything that I could about how to better serve my future clients. Because I knew that I wanted to work for myself when I graduated, I picked only the classes that were needed for my future law career, earning a Criminal Concentration and a General Civil Litigation Concentration upon my graduation in May 2008 with a Juris Doctorate from Baylor Law School.
I believe that my best attribute when dealing with my clients is my ability to listen and inform my clients of their options. I may be their lawyer, but it is their case and their life.