Houston Criminal Lawyer James Sullivan Urges Accused to Avoid a Criminal Conviction

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Harris County Criminal Defense to Avoid a Conviction

Houston Criminal Lawyer James (Jim) Sullivan knows how heavy and burdensome a criminal conviction can be in weighing down a person’s ability to succeed, to fly, indeed to soar in life.  A felony conviction especially can, in effect, clip a person’s wings so that their life becomes an endless struggle to obtain and maintain a good job, to pay the bills, to keep a roof over their head, to put food on the table, to support their children.  Much like a scarlet letter of shame in the colonial days, the public record of a criminal conviction can have lifelong negative consequences.  Therefore, before pleading guilty to time served just to get the case over with, you should think about the serious consequences.  Attorney James Sullivan has over 20 years of criminal defense trial experience.  Sullivan has successfully represented over 3,000 clients.

A bird, whether it is tied down by a thread or a chain, still cannot fly. ~St. John of the Cross, Spanish mystic and monk, 16th century

NTLA-roundIf 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.

Serving Houston, Galveston, Angleton, Pearland, Alvin, Sugar Land, Bellville, Clear Lake, Conroe, Pasadena, La Porte, Missouri City, Texas City, Friendswood, Richmond, Rosenberg, Corpus Christi, Brownsville, San Antonio, Laredo, El Paso, El Campo, Austin County, San Marcos, Dallas, Denton, Plano, Lubbock, Midland, Anahuac, Beaumont, Hempstead, Huntsville, Liberty, The Woodlands, Humble, Tomball, League City, Bellaire, Deer Park, and Katy and other communities in Austin County, Brazoria County, Chambers County, Colorado County, Fort Bend County, Galveston County, Harris County, Jefferson County, Liberty County, Montgomery County, Waller County, Walker County and Wharton County.

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