Houston Criminal Lawyer James Sullivan Defends Clients from Around the World

Harris County Criminal Defense

Houston Criminal Defense Attorney James Sullivan has defended criminal and juvenile clients in jury trials since 1994.  Sullivan has represented over 3,000 clients.  Sullivan defends and fights for those accused of breaking the law.  Sullivan represents people from around the world, from many diverse countries, ethnic groups, religions, customs and even sexual orientations.  Sullivan has defended clients from all over the Americas, Africa, Asia, Europe, Australia and the Middle East.


James Sullivan in 1988 in northern Nicaragua

Houston Criminal Attorney with a World of Life Experiences

James (Jim) Sullivan studied Journalism, Latin American and Asian studies at Baylor University. Sullivan also speaks Spanish.  In 1988, Sullivan traveled to the war zone areas of northern Nicaragua on a Christian mission trip.  In 1990, Sullivan lived in Mexico and has traveled throughout the country.  In fact, he has hundreds of in-laws living throughout Mexico–from the states of Guerrero to Chiapas.  He has also visited Italy,  Canada, Mexico, Belize, Honduras, Nicaragua and Costa Rica.

James Sullivan has represented many Spanish-speaking clients in criminal and juvenile court.  Sullivan literally has represented clients from around the world and from all faiths.  His understanding and sensitivity of different cultures has enabled him to get many cases dismissed based on a multitude of reasons–from cultural misunderstandings to psychological problems that were exacerbated by the need to “save face” in Asian cultures.

If you or a loved one need a Houston criminal attorney, contact James Sullivan at (281) 546-6428 for a confidential consultation. Sullivan gets proven results in misdemeanor and felony criminal and juvenile cases in Harris, Fort Bend and Montgomery counties. Sullivan attended Gerry Spence’s Trial Lawyers College and was invited to join The National Trial Lawyers association.

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