In 1994, Randall came out of law school swinging, suing a group of twenty two judges, and then he sued the State Bar of Texas, all when the ink was barely dry on his law license. After those victories, Randall then built a career on standing up to abusive and corrupt authorities.
In the past twenty four years, Randall has been in front of the United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals dozens of times, as well as the Texas Supreme Court. These high profile cases have included an assortment of civil rights issues, ranging from police misconduct to freedom of speech to the removal of red light cameras from the City of Houston. Such cases regularly appear in print and television news, including the New York Times, the Washington Post, Chicago Tribune, L.A. Times, Houston Chronicle, ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox, Guardian, BBC, Telemundo, and Univision. Randall also often appears as a trusted source of legal commentary for news stations as well as offering continuing education to other attorneys in areas related to Constitutional and civil rights issues.
Randall believes that it is of the utmost importance to fight for constitutional issues, civil rights, the freedom of speech, and freedom of religion, and also is determined to protect people from abuses. This includes criminal defense, personal injury, and advocating on behalf of anyone facing disciplinary action from work, school, or professional licensing boards. When you are confronted with the extreme power of the government or big business, Randall can even the playing field.
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This lawyer was disciplined by a state licensing authority in 2003.
Public Reprimand issued in TX, 2003
updated on 03/21/2011
Public reprimand means an attorney did something wrong but may still practice law. The State gives the lawyer a public reprimand in hopes that he or she will not repeat the behavior. Details of the infraction are made part of the public record.