Gregory R. Terra, Attorney
Greg Terra has practiced criminal law in Williamson County, Texas since 2003, when he was an Assistant County Attorney with the office of the Williamson County Attorney. As a prosecutor, he handled literally hundreds of criminal cases, including DWI/DUI, drug possession, theft, and assault, and many of his cases went to trial where he earned a successful trial record. Since entering private practice in 2005, he has represented clients in hundreds of criminal cases, over a third of which have been either dismissed or reduced to a lesser charge (for final case disposition of prior cases visit: http://judicialsearch.wilco.org/). He believes that this practical experience will help him successfully navigate you through the legal process in this uniquely tough-on-crime county.
Before attending law and graduate schools in Virginia, Greg served as an active-duty U.S. Army engineer officer and was stationed in Korea, Hawaii, and Missouri, before earning the rank of Captain in the U.S. Army Reserve. Greg holds a Juris Doctor in Law and a Master of Arts in Political Management (Campaigns/Elections) from Regent University at Virginia Beach, Virginia (2001), a Bachelor of Science in Political Science from Texas A&M University at College Station, Texas (1996), and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Oklahoma at Norman, Oklahoma (1988). Greg lives in Round Rock, Texas, with his wife and two daughters. In his spare time he enjoys politics, running, backpacking, travel, skiing, and spending time with his family. Greg and his family are members of Liveoak Bible Church in Austin, Texas.
The Law Office of Gregory R. Terra has represented clients charged with: Accident Involving Damage to Vehicle (TC 550.022), Aggravated Assault (PC 22.02), Assault with Bodily Injury (PC 22.01), Assault on a Public Servant (PC 22.01), Bail Jumping and Failure to Appear (PC 38.10), Burglary (PC 30.02), Burglary of a Building (PC 30.02), Burglary of Vehicles (PC 30.04), Consumption of Alcohol by a Minor (ABC 106.04), Credit Card or Debit Card Abuse (PC 32.31), Criminal Mischief (PC 28.03), Criminal Trespass (PC 30.05), Deadly Conduct (PC 22.05), Manufacture or Delivery of a [Controlled] Substance (CSA 481.1121 to 481.114), Delivery of Marijuana (CSA 481.120), Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol by Minor (ABC 106.041), Driving While Intoxicated (PC 49.04), Driving While Intoxicated with Child Passenger (PC 49.045), Driving While License Invalid (TC 521.457), Duty on Striking Fixture or Highway Landscaping (TC 550.025), Duty on Striking Unattended Vehicle (TC 550.024), Duty to Give Information and Render Aid (TC 550.023), Engaging in Organized Criminal Activity (PC 71.02), Evading Arrest or Detention (PC 38.04), Failure to Identify (PC 38.02), False Alarm or Report (PC 42.06), Fictitious or Counterfeit Inspection Certificate OR Insurance Document (TC 548.603), Forgery (PC 32.21), Forging or Altering Prescription (CSA 483.045), Fraudulent Destruction, Removal, or Concealment of Writing (PC 32.47), Furnishing Alcohol to a Minor (ABC 106.06), Harassment (PC 42.07), Hindering Apprehension or Prosecution (PC 38.05), Illegal Dumping (HSC 365.012), Indecent Exposure (PC 21.08), Interference with Public Duties (PC 38.15), Obstructing Highway or Other Passageway (PC 42.03), Interference with Emergency Telephone Call (PC 42.062), Outdoor Burning of Waste and Combustible Material (HSC 382.018 and 382.085), Possession of Alcohol by a Minor (ABC 106.05), Possession of [Controlled] Substance (CSA 481.115 to 481.118), Possession of a Dangerous Drug (CSA 483.041), Possession or Delivery of Drug Paraphernalia (CSA 481.125), Possession of Marijuana (CSA 481.121), Prostitution (PC 43.02), Prohibited Substances and Items in Adult or Juvenile Correctional or Detention Facility or on Property of Texas Department of Criminal Justice or Texas Youth Commission (PC 38.11), Prohibited Weapons (PC 46.05), Public Intoxication (PC 49.02), Public Lewdness (PC 21.07), Racing on Highway (TC 545.420), Reckless Driving (TC 545.401), Resisting Arrest, Search, or Transportation (PC 38.03), Revocation of Community Supervision (a.k.a Probation, CCP 42.12-Sec. 23), Sale [of Alcohol] to Minors (ABC 106.03), Tampering with or Fabricating Physical Evidence (PC 37.09), Tampering with Governmental Records (PC 37.10), Tattoos Prohibited for Certain Persons (HSC 146.012), Terroristic Threat (PC 22.07), Theft (PC 31.03), Theft by Check (PC 31.03 & 31.06), Theft of Service (PC 31.04), Unlawful Carrying Weapons (PC 46.02), Unlawful Carrying of Handgun by License Holder (PC 46.035), Unlawful Restraint (PC 20.02), and Violation of Protective Order (PC 25.07).
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