Houston Board Certified Juvenile Lawyer James Sullivan Understands Troubled Youth

Houston Juvenile Defense

Houston Board Certified Juvenile Lawyer James Sullivan understands and connects with children caught up in the juvenile system.  Sullivan has represented children accused of serious felony offenses and children suffering from severe mental illness.  Sullivan has represented over 1,000 juveniles and 2,000 adults in Harris and other counties throughout the state of Texas since 1994.  Sullivan has fought and won serious jury trials in juvenile cases for such serious offenses as burglary of a habitation, assault against a police officer, evading police by motor vehicle, assault against a teacher, possession of cocaine.  Sullivan has also had many juveniles cases set for trial that were dismissed for such serious offenses as aggravated assault, aggravated sexual assault of a child, indecency with a child, robbery, theft, drug possession and many more.

A mother understands what a child does not say. ~Jewish Proverb

Juvenile Law is different than criminal law (see Juvenile Crime).   Among the more than 83,000 active lawyers in Texas, there are only 38 lawyers Board Certified in Juvenile Law in private practice.

Attorney James Sullivan is passionate and zealous in his representation of juveniles.   Sullivan encourages and leads his juvenile clients to a better path.  Furthermore, as a seasoned trial attorney and advocate, Sullivan gives a strong voice to the many juveniles who are

  • voiceless,
  • vulnerable and
  • misunderstood.

James Sullivan is a parishioner at Christ the Redeemer  Catholic Church.  Sullivan is also an Eagle Scout.

If you want your child to be represented by a Board Certified Juvenile Lawyer, contact Attorney James Sullivan at (281) 546-6428.

NTL-top-100-memberJames Sullivan attended the Trial Lawyers College founded by Legendary lawyer Gerry Spence and was invited to join The National Trial Lawyers organization. Sullivan has a proven record of defending people from all walks of life, faiths and countries in courts throughout Texas.

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