With over 20 years of experience, Texas Board Certification in Criminal Law and over 500 DWI and criminal cases under his belt, Andrew Williams focuses exclusively on Criminal Law. This focus means he’s aware of the intricate legal issues in each case and may mean the difference between a conviction that will last a lifetime or a full and complete dismissal of charges.
Meet the Attorney Dedicated to Protecting Your Future
Andrew J. Williams is a Board Certified Attorney certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in Criminal Law. The only board certified attorney in criminal law with offices in Kingwood, TX.
Only ten percent of attorneys in Texas have obtained this prestigious status in their respective fields of practice. The select few Attorneys who are board certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in criminal law have the knowledge, experience and expertise to handle the most complex and intricate of legal issues that may arise from a criminal charge lodged by the either the State of Texas or the Federal Government. Very few attorneys in Texas have obtained this elite status. Mr. Williams is one such attorney.
Unlike many other attorneys that practice several areas of law, Mr. Williams handles only criminal cases. His law practice specializes exclusively in the defense of criminal charges against an individual. Because his practice is limited to criminal law, he has the time and know how to focus on inrticate legal issues in each of his cases that an attorney who is not board certified or only practices criminal law on a part time basis may not be aware of or recognize. This exclusive focus on criminal law and its sometimes very intricate areas of unlawful confessions, illegal searchs and seizures, may mean the difference between a conviction that will last a lifetime or a full and complete dismissal of charges which can later be expunged from a person’s record.
During his 18 years of defending people against criminal charges, Mr. Williams has handled cases from minor traffic tickets to capital murder. He has had cases wherein a person has confessed to the crime of murder dismissed because of the illegality of the way the confession was obtained. Likewise, he has handled cases where there has been illegal searches or other police misconduct, thrown out of court resulting in the dismissal of charges ranging from: DWI (driving while intoxicated), kidnapping with a firearm, armed robbery, drug possession, drug distribution and capital murder.
In order to protect yourself and those you love from a criminal conviction that will last a lifetime and could ruin a person’s ability to find employment, receive a professional license and in some cases a person’s ability to simply rent an apartment, you should contact Mr. Williams for a free consultation before making any decisions about the outcome of your criminal charges.
A free legal consultation with Mr. Williams, a board certified attorney in criminal law could save you a lifetime of regret.”
The Stakes Are High, Don’t Gamble on Your Future
A criminal conviction or guilty plea can lead to heavy fines, a jail sentence, driver’s license suspension and supervised probation – in other words, serious limitations of your freedom.
For more than 20 years, Mr. Williams has handled only criminal defense matters. As a result, he is often able to anticipate what the prosecution is planning. He also knows how to efficiently interview witnesses and prepare a strong defense.
His firm defends clients in most areas of criminal law, including:
People don’t just get in trouble with the law during business hours. That is why the phone is answered 24 hours a day to provide legal help with urgent problems.
Call 281-358-9111, or contact the firm online for immediate advice or to schedule a free initial appointment with a skilled criminal defense lawyer.
Andrew J. Williams, Attorney at Law, is located in Kingwood, less than 10 miles northeast of the community of Humble and George Bush Intercontinental-Houston Airport. When necessary, Mr. Williams also meets with clients at local jails and detention centers