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Nathan Wesley Alsbrooks

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Nathan Alsbrooks started his career in 2017 as an Assistant District Attorney at the Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office. He served in three Montgomery County Courts before being named chief prosecutor in County Court at Law 4 in 2021. Nathan also served for two years as a felony prosecutor in the 359th District Court. He handled thousands of cases – misdemeanors and felonies, on behalf of the state. He also served on the Texas District and County Attorney’s Association Editorial Committee, helping to write and edit informative articles published by the association. He left public service in 2023 to pursue the lifelong goal of owning his own law firm. He is committed to three important principles in private practice – honest fees, quality representation, and exceptional client service.

Nathan was born in Houston and raised in the Pineywoods Belt of East Texas. He graduated from Apple Springs High School in 2008 after winning a state championship in extemporaneous speaking that sparked his love for the courtroom. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Texas A&M University in political science with minors in history and sports management, along with a certificate in leadership studies. He was a member of Texas A&M’s Corps of Cadets, and later selected by his peers as a member of the prestigious Ross Volunteer Company. He earned his Doctor of Jurisprudence (J.D.) from the University of Houston Law Center before passing the Texas bar exam in 2016. Nathan served as a student senator and two-time chair of the university’s Student Fee Advisory Committee while attending law school. He also represented the law school’s mock trial program at several tournaments across the country, and state of Texas. Nathan routinely enjoys returning to the University of Houston to judge mock trial and moot court competitions.

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Alsbrooks Law Firm, PLLC
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Assistant District Attorney
Montgomery County District Attorney's Office
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Law for the dog
No nurse should be no problem
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Texas State Bar  # 24101440
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State Bar of Texas
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Q. Can the state pick up a larceny charge if the object that was stolen was a customers purse from a waffle house
A: The state theoretically could pick up charges without the restaurant or customers pressing charges, but a local DA would want the police to formally file a report / charges with the DA office. It’s unlikely the police would file without a customer or the restaurant complaining.

I think the most likely charging scenario is the police would aggregate or combine all the property stolen from the purse, and then charge both suspects as parties with the total amount stolen from the purse.
Q. If a person is arrested on 2 felony cases that has warrants issued. I should be able to find the records right?
A: If the person is in prison, I’m assuming this is a felony charge. First, figure out the county where the case is pending. Then, look up the district clerk for that county. You should be able to search by last name and find something.
Q. If my co-defendant is on the run and not showing for court, will the case move forward, or will it be stalled?
A: It depends. Your case may be delayed, but not forever. And it’s possible it won’t be delayed at all.

As a strategic matter, the state, or your lawyer, may have reasons to delay resolving your case until the co-defendant is apprehended. Capturing co-defendant and using co-D’s testimony may help the state, but your lawyer may want to delay resolving your case if co-D is more criminally culpable and would provide testimony as such, for example if it was actually co-D who took a car or possessed drugs and not you.
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Conroe, TX 77305
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