I am one of only a handful of criminal defense attorneys in Texas who are dual-licensed by the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) Regulatory Services Division as professional investigators (#A12677101). Being a trained investigator provides significant advantages for my clients. While most attorneys know the law, only a tiny percentage are trained as professional investigators or have access to the additional resources that come with it.
My expertise in evidence collection, preservation, and presentation in court helps strengthens my defense strategies, enabling me to challenge the prosecutor's case effectively. My unique background as a professional investigator allows me to assess an issue from multiple perspectives. I can identify potential defense strategies early on, evaluate witness credibility, and uncover any inconsistencies or gaps in the prosecution's evidence that many other attorneys might not be able to see or do.
By personally conducting investigations, I can scrutinize police reports, forensic analyses, witness statements, and other critical documents, and in the process, I often uncover errors, biases, or constitutional violations that may have occurred during the investigation.
As a professional investigator, I collaborate effectively with experts from various fields, including forensic specialists, DNA analysts, accident reconstructionists, and other relevant experts. I speak their language. Consequently, I can conduct thorough investigations, assess cases from multiple angles, scrutinize evidence, collaborate with experts, and offer cost-effective legal services. When you hire me, you get an attorney and investigator for the price of one.
If you are charged with a crime and hire another attorney, make sure they retain the assistance of a professional investigator in your case. The prosecutor has a team of experienced investigators helping them to convict you. You better have a good one on your side to fight fire with fire.