Joe D. Gonzales, Attorney
Contact an experienced and compassionate criminal law attorney with 20 years of experience. Joe D. Gonzales & Associates in San Antonio, Texas represents adults and juveniles throughout South Texas charged with any criminal offense, including:
*White collar crimes
Call for a free consultation with a former judge and former prosecutor. Se habla Español. All major credit cards accepted.
Texas State Bar
Texas Considers Deferred Adjudication for a First DWI Offense
Controversy in Texas’ DNA Sampling Policy
Teacher Sexual Abuse
Jails Hold More Mentally Ill Persons Than Hospitals
Poss. of Exp.Weapon(Garcia‘09) ----------- JURY TRIALNOT GUILTY
Aggravated Robbery(Smith‘08) ----------- JURY TRIALNOT GUILTY
Agg Assault Ddly Wpn(Castro‘07) ----------- JURY TRIALNOT GUILTY
Agg. Assault Ddly Wpn(McCloud‘10) ----------- DISMISSED
Agg. Assault Ddly Wpn(Cano‘10) ----------- DISMISSED
Agg Assault Ddly Wpn(Baucham‘10) ----------- REDUCED
Agg. Assault Ddly Wpn(Rodriguez‘09) ----------- PROBATION
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Over 200 criminal trials to a verdict
Former prosecutor in the District Attorney's Offices of San Antonio and Houston
Magistrate Judge in criminal matters from 1998 to 2006
Voted one of San Antonio's Best Lawyers in 2009 in Scene in SA magazine
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