Hello, my name is Donald Rudolph Taylor, Jr., of Taylor Law Firm. My clients and friends call me Rudy.
I am a past Assistant District Attorney in the 33rd/424th Judicial Districts of Llano, Burnet, Blanco, and San Saba Counties in Central Texas where I tried many felony cases to juries including murder, aggravated assault, 1st degree drug labs, and several others. I never lost a jury trial as a prosecutor.
When I left the DA's office to recreate my private practice, I was asked and accepted appointment as a Special Prosecutor in Brown County, Texas where I evaluated two high profile cases and tried both to juries while continuing my record of never losing a jury trial.
I have practiced primarily Criminal Law since 2006 and have been successful in a large percentage of my jury trials as a Defense Lawyer.
I am experienced in all areas of criminal law and am Death Penalty qualified. I have handled 2 non-death capital murders; one appointed and the other hired.
FAMILY LAW/IN-HOUSE CORPORATE COUNSEL
I practiced family law vigorously for 4 years and also acted as mediator in over 100 mediations. During all of this, I was in-house counsel for a small professional corporation where I sucessfully defended business interests including start-up, tax matters, defense of personal injury cases, FBI investigation and subsequent Medicaid Fraud charges, ethical investigations by professional board, contracts, and other employment issues.
CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICES
Since my start 14 years ago, I have been involved with Child Protective Services and have tried 2 cases to juries while representing mothers that had their children removed from their care.
Lastly, I represent the Director of Morale for the Chicago Cubs and TV/Radio personality, Frederic Dom for BarStool Sports/Chicago in Trademark matters.
I actually care about my clients and l use every possible asset and/or technoque at my disposal protect them. I do not like to lose.
Over the years, I have developed important techniques, taken from some of the great Texas trial lawyers, to convince jurors of their sworn duty to be impartial and unbiased during the entire jury process, which I see as the single most important issue in trial.
Tireless preparation and pretrial investigation always gives me the edge. Professional presentation brings it all together for my clients and I always finish trial knowing that I used 100% of my ability to give my client the best possible result. I am biased, but I sincerely believe there is no one better with juries than I am.
Taylor Law Firm covers the Concho Valley in west Texas where most of my work is done in San Angelo, Texas.
Call me for a free, confidential, and highly detailed case evaluation. Lawyer/Client privledge attaches to my case evaluations so you should have no fear of your private information leaving my office. Further, you may rely on my evaluation as if I represent you.I do this as a public service because I enjoy doing them. If you are prepared to hire an attorney and would like to discuss fees, I am happy to do so. If not, no problem. There will be no sales pitch. I look forward to hearing from you and helping you understand your options.
|TX||Eligible To Practice In Texas||2003||08/23/2021|
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Criminal Trial College||Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association||2010|
|Criminal Trial Lawyer||Taylor Law Firm||2015 - Present|
|Assistant District Attorney||33rd/424th Judicial District Attorney||2006 - 2007|
|In-House Counsel for The Taylor Clinic, Brownwood, Texas||Rudy Taylor Law||2003 - 2012|
|Criminal Trial Lawyer||Rudy Taylor Law||2003 - 2014|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association||Attorney Member||2003 - Present|
|Delta Theta Phi||Dean||N/A|
|Brown County Bar Association||Member||N/A|
|RUDY TAYLOR LAW WEBSITE||Police Contact Do's and Dont's||2011|
|South Texas College of Law||JD - Juris Doctor||2002|
|Troy University (main campus)||Bachelor of Applied Science||1985|
|Columbus Institute of Technology||Associates Degree||1979|
|Regular Meeting||Indigent Defense||2012|
|State of Texas v. Donald Miller||Aquitted. Jury Nullification|
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