There is a reason my law firm believes in the phrase, "MAKE THEM PROVE IT". Tenacious and aggressive are words that describe how I treat my client's cases. When the government is trying to put you in jail, you need someone who will stand up and protect you. Your rights and liberties are my top priority because you are INNOCENT until the goverment proves otherwise. Just because the government treats you like a criminal, does not mean you are. You are a citizen with rights that are worthy of protecting. I've had wonderful opportunities to learn from the very best and I strive to apply everything I've learned to help my client through whatever criminal matter they may be facing.
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Robert Fickman, Criminal defense Attorney
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I highly recommend Romy Kaplan. Romy is a young lawyer who is a rising star In the Defense Bar. He is bright, hard-working, intelligent, honest and committed to providing his clients with the best possible defense. I have practiced criminal defense law in Houston for 31 years. When I need a lawyer to help me on a case, Romy is one of the first lawyers I call. I have entrusted matters involving many of my own clients with Romy Kaplan and he has always done an excellent job. I recently was preparing for a major trial and I needed a reliable lawyer to help out. I called Romy and he helped me win a major case. Romy is unique in that his ability far exceeds that of other young lawyers.
|TX||Eligible To Practice In Texas||2012||01/19/2017|
|Legal Intern||Harris County DA Office||2012 - 2013|
|Legal Intern||Harrison County Public Defenders Office||2011 - 2011|
|Clerk||Schneider & McKinney||2007 - 2011|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Harris County Criminal Lawyers Association||Attorney Member||2013 - Present|
|Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association||Attorney Member||2013 - Present|
|State of Texas v. T.R.||DISMISSED|
|State of Texas v. D.M.||DISMISSED|
|State of Texas v. R.S.||DISMISSED|
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|Thomas M. Cooley Law School||N/A||Doctor of Jurisprudence/Juris Doctor (J.D.)||2011|
|University of Arizona||Communications||BA - Bachelor of Arts||2008|
|Texas Young Lawyers Association and Thurgood Marshall Law School "How to Get a Job"||Future Employment||2014|