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Brandon Hudson


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Criminal, Felony, White Collar Crime, Juvenile Law, Misdemeanor

  • Law School: St. Mary's University School of Law Law 1998
  • Status: In Good Standing

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Brandon T. Hudson is a San Antonio board certified criminal defense lawyer who has concentrated his law practice on criminal law. Mr. Hudson grew up in San Antonio. He obtained his bachelor's degree from Baylor University where he earned his law degree from St. Mary’s University School of Law. He has been licensed to practice law in the State of Texas since 1998 by the Texas Supreme Court. He is Board Certified in Criminal Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.

Mr. Hudson is a former law clerk for the Bexar County District Attorney's Office and worked at a boutique litigation San Antonio law firm. Knowing that he wanted to devote his career to being a trial attorney, Mr. Hudson began working in the Bexar County District Attorney's Office in 1998 soon after passing the Texas Bar Exam.

Mr. Hudson left the Bexar County D.A.'s office and became the First Chair Felony Prosecutor (the highest rank a prosecutor can attain at the trial level) for Karnes, Wilson, LaSalle, Atascosa and Frio counties. During his tenure as a prosecutor, Mr. Hudson tried jury trials of all levels of offenses, including several death penalty cases. He gained invaluable experience in every substantive area of the D.A.'s office, including DWI, misdemeanor offenses, felony offenses, white collar crime, family violence cases and juvenile law. Many of the sitting judges in the counties Brandon practices in are judges Mr. Hudson either tried cases in front of or are former partners or associates of his from the District Attorney's Office.

School Degree Major Graduation
St. Mary's University School of Law Law Law School 1998
  • Brandon T. Hudson serves on the Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Educational Institute Board as the San Antonio Board Elected Member of the State. He is also a member of the United States Supreme Court Bar.
  • He has been selected as one of San Antonio's Best Criminal Defense Lawyer's by his peers in SCENE in SA Magazine for 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011.
  • DWI:
    Felony DWI - Reduced to DWI-1st
    Felony DWI - Dismissed
    Felony DWI - DWI 1st - 1 year probation
    Felony DWI (Habitual) - Reduced to DWI 1st / time served
    DWI - Dismissed
    DWI - Dismissed

    Violent Offenses:
    Capital murder. - not guilty. Jury verdict
    Felony Assault on Peace Officer - reduced to misdemeanor defferred adjudication
    Capital Murder - Dismissed/No Billed by Grand Jury
    Capital Murder - Reduced to Injury to Child
    Murder - 10 years deferred adjudication<
    Murder - Reduced to Burglary - 5 years Probation
    Manslaughter - 2 Counts - 3 years deferred adjudication
    Manslaughter - 2 counts - Probation
    Manslaughter - 2 counts - Probation
    Aggravated Assault w/deadly weapon - Not Guilty - Jury Trial
    Aggravated Assault w/deadly weapon - Dismissed/no bill by grand jury
    Aggravated Assault w/deadly weapon - Reduced to misdemeanor deferred
    Aggravated Assault w/deadly weapon - Dismissed
    Intoxication Assault - Dismissed
    Injury to a Child - Dismissed

    $20,000-$100,000 - dismissed and expunged
    Theft-Embezzlement over $200,000 – Dismissed
    Theft-Embezzlement $20,000-$100,000 - Dismissed
    Burglary Habitation / Aggravated Assault w/deadly weapon - Deferred Adjudication
    Money Laundering - Dismissed
    Burglary Habitation - Not Guilty - Jury Trial

    Drug Crimes:
    263 grams of cocaine - Defendant recieved reduced charge and Deferred Adjudication
    Felony Possession Marijuana - Dismissed
    Possession with intent to deliver - 4-200 grams - 3 years probation
    Conspiracy to Deliver Meth - Federal Offense - 4 years probation

    Sex Crimes:
    Aggravated Sexual Assault - Reduced to criminal trespass - 3 months probation
    Sexual Assault Child - Dismissed
    Sexual Assault Child - Reduced to injury to child – deferred adjudication
    Sexual Assault - Reduced to Misdemeanor Assault
    Sexual Assault Child - Dismissed/No billed by Grand Jury
    Sexual Assault Child - Not Guilty - Jury Trial
    Sexual Assault Child - Not Guilty - Jury Trial
    Indecency with Child - Not Guilty - Jury Trial
    Indecency with Child - Dismissed
    Sexual Assault Child - Dismissed
    Sexual Assault Child - Reduced to injury/child - deferred adjudication

    Felon in Possession of Weapon – Dismissed
    Aggravated Kidnapping - Not Guilty - Jury Trial

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Fee:Free Consultation

Service Type:Private



1815 San Pedro
San Antonio, TX 78212

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    We service clients throughout the area, including the cities of Hondo, Floresville, New Braunfels and San Marcos. We proudly serve all southern Texas counties, including Medina County, Atascosa County, Karnes County, Wilson County, Frio County, Uvalde County, Val Verde County, Maverick County, Bexar County, Comal County, Hays County, Gonzales County, Bee County, Guadalupe County, Bandera County, Kendall County, Webb County, Blanco County, Kimble County, Sutton County, Tom Green County, Gillespie County, DeWitt County, Refugio County, Goliad County, McMullen County, Nueces County, Zapata County, Duval County, Kenedy County, Brooks County, Zavala County, La Salle County and Dimmit County.


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