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November 27, 2013



I like this fellow's ad. The ad I do not like is Houston lawyer Eric Dick's ad in Bastrop County (at least) that reads "Need A Lawyer? Hire A Dick."

Melody Byrd

David does rock. As an attorney, a person, and on stage. He really does care about his clients. In fact, they are not clients to him, they are people. People who he can and does help. That is what he is all about in his personal life and his business. Music is one of the few things he does for himself and he is a hell of a lot of fun to watch on stage. Dharma Kings Rule!!!!!!!!

Yarz Monte

David is a truly great person. I've known many lawyers and judges through my time, David is far more than just a lawyer - he's a good guy who really cares.

Debbie Russell

Lisa: you are incorrect. The Oxford English Dictionary says:

"It is sometimes argued that, in relative clauses, *that* should be used for human references: a house that overlooks the park but the woman who lives next door. In practice, while it is true to say that *who* is restricted to human references, the function of *that* is flexible. It has been used for human and non-human references since at least the 11th century. In standard English it is interchangeable with *who* in this context."

Debbie Russell


"...smelly weed smoking hippie" went out with "pinko commie." Your feeble attempt to disparage him with insults highly suggests you have no credibility to judge.

Lisa Solomon

I hope he has someone else write his briefs, too. The billboards should read: "The attorney who rocks."


The only thing this clown can do is play a guitar which he sucks at it and his voice is terrible. He is a smelly weed smoking hippie.

victor orsatti

What To Bring When Hiring A Criminal Attorney

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What Should You Come Prepared With?

Legal Documents – Make sure you bring along all legal documents from court that show information on your charges and your upcoming court dates.
Any Bail Information - Don’t forget to bring along these important papers, the lawyer will need to be aware of all information regarding bail.
Police Report - If possible bring along a copy of the police report for the lawyer to review. This will help them get a better idea of what you’re up against.
Search Information – If police searched your property make sure you bring along any paperwork that the police may have given you.
Witness Statements – If you have any witnesses to the events that took place and can provide the lawyer with a witness statement that could prove very useful for your case.
What Questions Should You Be Asking?

It is also a good idea to bring a list of questions you’d like to ask the attorney. You can inquire about their background and experience in criminal law. Also ask them about what you can expect from the process. You should definitely ask about the fees that you will be looking at as well. Most attorneys charge by the hour and it may be a good idea to shop around.

Once you have the information you need and you feel comfortable with a specific attorney you should also question what they have in mind for your claim. Would they recommend taking a plea or going to trial? Ask about all of your legal options and if they foresee any problems or bumps in the road along the way. That way you’ll have a good idea of what’s to come for your claim.

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