About Neal Davis Criminal Defense Law Firm

At Neal Davis Law Firm, we hold ourselves to the highest standard of success: ensuring that you get the best outcome possible for your case. We believe everyone is entitled to respect, discretion, and an expert defense. We'll undertake your case with the greatest of care and personal attention, working diligently to protect your freedom and reputation. If we can obtain a successful outcome for you before trial, we will, without premature bargaining or compromise. Where possible, we seek dismissal, often by giving the prosecutor no other choice. When a case does go to trial, we'll fight for you every step of the way, drawing our winning strategies from more than 20 years of experience trying cases. The key to our success is communication: with prosecutors, with judges, and with juries. We've earned the respect of prosecutors and judges for zealously representing our clients, often resulting in favorable resolution of cases without need for trial. We work hard to present your defense in a way that prosecutors find compelling, and that any jury can understand if we go to trial. We want them to understand you, your situation, and give you the benefit of doubt.

Our Criminal Defense Lawyers

Neal Davis

Neal Davis is a top-rated, expert criminal defense attorney located in Houston, Texas, who handles cases across the state and country. For nearly 20 years, he has defended clients in all types of matters, including arguing before the Texas Criminal Court of Appeals and appearing as lead counsel in the U.S. Supreme Court. Before opening his law firm, Neal worked as a lawyer for more than ten years with Texas criminal defense legend Dick DeGuerin. Neal's superior qualifications, client service, and record of success have consistently placed him among the top criminal defense lawyers in the United States.

Tyler Brock

Since graduating from law school, Tyler Brock has defended all types of criminal cases, from misdemeanors to high-profile cases garnering international media attention. In law school, he clerked for a Harris County District Court judge and interned in the Felony Division of the Harris County District Attorney's Office. He has had the unique experience of seeing the criminal justice system from all perspectives-judicial, prosecution, and defense-both inside and outside of court.