Abelardo Garza | San Antonio Criminal Lawyer
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San Antonio Criminal Defense Lawyers Association
San Antonio Bar Association
Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association
Former Chair, Grievance Committee for the State Bar of Texas
American Economics Association
Endowed Century Club Member, Texas A&M University
San Antonio A&M Club
Immigration Section, Texas State Bar Association
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Recognized for "Outstanding Contributions" as Chair for Greivance Committee for State Bar of Texas
Serving San Antonio TX, and the surrounding areas.
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