I graduated from St. Mary's University School of Law in San Antonio, Texas, in 2009. Before attending law school I taught elementary school for 4 years and earned a masters degree in educational administration from Texas A&m University. Before that I earned a Bachelors of Science in Business Accounting from the University of Phoenix.
I don't consider myself to be smarter than the average person, but I do feel that I have had the opportunity to gain a wide range of experience. I do not know all of the answers, but there is a pretty good likelihood that I can find out or get you in touch with somebody who does. I earned my Eagle scout, served a mission for my church, and like to geocache with my daughters.
I did serve as an intern for a federal court judge while I was in law school down in McAllen, Texas. During and after law school I worked for the Bexar County Criminal District Court Administration in the Staff Attorney's Office. I mostly did legal research and writing including writs of habeas corpus and nunc pro tuncs. More than anything, I was able to get an inside look as to how the judicial system works, which I believes gives me a little extra insight on how to help people with their cases.
I like to keep busy and am not afraid of working hard to get you the best results. Obviously, I can't make promises as to how your case will turn out, but what I can promise is that I will do everything in my power to get you the best result possible.
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Posted by Abraham
Thu Sep 15 2016
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