Houston Criminal Lawyers James Sullivan and Associates strive to be compassionate, sympathetic and tolerant with everyone. While it is true that the attorneys have managed to get hundreds of felony and misdemeanor cases dismissed for their many clients, they strive to encourage their clients to foster a friendly spirit with others in their world. If they do so, they are far less likely to find themselves in trouble for criminal offenses, such as Drugs, Assault, Theft, Shoplifting, Robbery, DWI, Manslaughter, Homicide, Murder, etc.
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If their clients can learn to develop a positive mental attitude, they may avoid a having a criminal record. A criminal record can have lifelong negative consequences. A person can go much farther in life without a criminal record. In these difficult economic times, it is becoming more and more difficult to get a job. Those with criminal histories have a much harder time to get a job. If you want to go further in life, do your best to avoid a criminal record. If you have been charged with a criminal offense, you need to call an experienced defense lawyer.
Houston Criminal Attorney James Sullivan is also Board Certified in Juvenile Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. Juvenile Law is different than criminal law. Note: Among the more than 83,000 active lawyers in Texas, there are only 38 lawyers Board Certified in Juvenile Law in private practice. The other 27 such lawyers work for the government.
If you want a dedicated Houston Criminal Defense Lawyer to represent you on a misdemeanor or felony charge in Harris or surrounding counties, contact James Sullivan and Associates for a free confidential consultation at (281) 546-6428.
How far you go in life depends on your being tender with the young, compassionate with the aged, sympathetic with the striving and tolerant of the weak and strong. Because someday in life you will have been all of these. -George Washington Carver, scientist (1864-1943)