BrazosLegal.org Guide to Criminal Defense Attorneys practicing in Brazos County, Texas.
Craig Greening of Greening Law, PC has over 15 years of proven experience tackling a wide range of complex charges, including those involving DWI, felonies, alcohol offenses, and federal crimes. As a former prosecutor, he brings to the table his extensive knowledge of criminal law and an insider’s perspective on how criminal cases are handled by the state. With his criminal trial law expertise and high-powered defense strategies on your side, you can trust that your case is in good hands.
If you are charged with a crime in Brazos County or one of the surrounding counties, give me a call. I’m a former prosecutor in Harris and Brazos counties. I handle misdemeanor and felony cases, including drug charges, DWI, assault, and more.
At the Law Office of James & Reynolds, located in Bryan, Texas, our firm’s attorneys have over 60 years of combined experience in providing criminal representation to individuals charged in state and federal court. We handle all criminal charges, including both misdemeanors or felonies. We represent adults and juveniles. Since we have limited our practice to criminal defense, we can focus all our resources and skills on improving the criminal justice system and protecting our clients’ rights. Our skilled team of attorneys includes four former prosecutors and two Texas Board-Certified Criminal Lawyers. We are the largest criminal defense firm between Houston and Dallas, and possess an unsurpassed reputation for offering skilled criminal defense representation. In fact, the bulk of our clients come to us upon the recommendations of former clients and other attorneys in the area who know our work.
The Law Office of Shane Phelps, P.C. was founded January 1, 2011 after Shane Phelps left the Brazos County District Attorney’s Office in Bryan, Texas, where he served as First Assistant District Attorney. Shane graduated from Rice University in Houston, Texas and the University of Texas School of Law in Austin, Texas. He has previously served as an assistant district attorney in the Harris County (Houston) District Attorney’s Office, as an assistant attorney general with the Texas Attorney General’s Office where he served as Chief Special Prosecutor, and as Deputy Attorney General for Criminal Justice for the State of Texas. Shane has tried well over a hundred jury trials including everything from class C misdemeanors to capital murder cases and has been Board Certified in Criminal Law since 1992.