Brent De la Paz, | San Antonio Criminal Defense Lawyer
Welcome to the Law Office of Brent de la Paz. If you or a loved one has been accused of committing a crime, you need legal representation from a lawyer who is committed to protecting your legal rights.
Our single most important goal is to ensure that our clients receive justice and due process. We represent clients in all criminal matters in State and Federal Court including DWI/DUI (Driving While Intoxicated and Driving Under the Influence), Drug Crimes, White Collar Crime, (Money Laundering, Embezzlement, Computer Crimes, Corporate Theft, Bribery) Theft, Forgery and Fraud Charges, Assault and Family Violence Crimes (Aggravated Assault, Assault Family Violence, Deadly Conduct) and Probation Violations (Motion to Revoke Probation.
Serving clients in San Antonio, Bexar County; Bandera County; Nueces County; New Braunfels, Comal County; San Marcos, Hays County; Seguin, Guadalupe County; Floresville, Wilson County; Jourdanton, Atascosa County; George West, Live Oak County; Gonzales County; Boerne, Kendall County; Kerrville, Kerr County; Gillespie County; Lockhart, Caldwell County; Austin, Travis County; Georgetown, Williamson County and other counties throughout Texas.
Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association
San Antonio Criminal Defense Lawyers Association
Federal Bar Association
|Honors & Awards:|
Voted One Of The Best Attorneys In San Antonio by Scene in SA 2010 & 2012
500 North Water Street, Suite 400
Corpus Christi Texas 78471
Mon-Sun 8am – 8:00pm
Other times by appointment & 24 Hour Website Customer Service
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