I got into criminal law because I enjoy helping people. I never enjoyed family law cases because even if you get your client everything they want out of a case, chances are that they will still be unhappy. On the other hand, people who need representation for criminal cases are always thankful for the work you do for them, and that is much more fulfilling to me.
But before that, I was just a college kid.
When I was in college, I studied physics, religion, mathematics and philosophy. After graduating, I played in a band and wrapped presents at Dillard’s for a living while applying for better jobs. I applied to Teach For America, but they didn’t read my application because there were simply too many people applying at the time. I decided to pursue something other than teaching and, with my father’s guidance, I took the LSAT and began law school at the University of Houston.
I’m called the DWI Guru for a reason. I know all there is to know about DWIs.