BEXAR COUNTY CRIMINAL LAWYERS
The SAN ANTONIO Criminal Defense Attorneys James Sullivan and Associates have handled over 4000 cases and have a collective 40 years experience defending adults and juveniles in criminal, juvenile, and family courts in BEXAR County and throughout the State of Texas.
Call Bexar County Criminal Attorneys James Sullivan and Associates at (281) 546-6428 to discuss your case.
SAN ANTONIO Criminal Defense Lawyers James Sullivan and Associates represent clients charged with crimes in State and Federal courts in Houston, Galveston, Beaumont, Austin, San Antonio, Waco, Dallas, Ft. Worth, Tyler, Sherman, Del Rio, Corpus Christi, Brownsville, McAllen, El Paso, Hempstead and all counties in Texas. The law firm of James Sullivan and Associates is located in Houston; however, Attorney James Sullivan appears in all criminal, juvenile, and family courts in Texas.
BEXAR County Criminal Attorneys James Sullivan and Associates have over 45 years collective experience representing persons accused of committing criminal violations of State and Federal law. Together, James Sullivan and Associates have been the attorneys of record in over 4000 cases and are anticipating their 1000th case dismissal.
SAN ANTONIO Criminal Lawyers James Sullivan and Associates treat every person they represent as if they were a friend and neighbor. When you call, likely James Sullivan or an associate will answer your call themselves. You will be dealing with Attorneys, not secretaries, assistants, or answering machines.
SAN ANTONIO Criminal Lawyer James Sullivan is Board Certified in Juvenile Law by the State of Texas.
If we can be of any assistance, please call Bexar County Criminal Defense Attorneys James Sullivan and Associates at (281) 546-6428.
Bexar ( pronounced “Bear”) County was originally home to over 125 small independent Native American tribes known collectively as the Coahuiltechans. European visitors arrived as early as the 1520s, but on June 13, 1691, a formal Spanish expedition reached a waterway in the southern part of present-day Bexar County. As this day was the Feast of Saint Anthony of Padua, the priest Damien Massanet, who was traveling with the expedition, named the river “San Antonio.” Along the San Antonio River, the Franciscans established five Missions that would become the foundation of the City of San Antonio and Bexar County.