A Criminal Defense Attorney Who Cares About Your Rights
A highly experienced and skilled criminal defense law firm in Houston, dedicated to defending the rights of people in difficult situations throughout Harris County, Texas.
According to the principles of the American criminal justice system, defendants are "innocent until proven guilty". Unfortunately, the reality is that innocents often suffer when prosecutors, law enforcement officers and the media forget that everyone has a right to a fair trial.
The Neal Davis Law Firm defends the rights of individuals charged with sex crimes, sexual assault, child solicitation, child pornography, child molestation, fraud, white collar fraud, healthcare fraud, shoplifting and other criminal charges.
Houston defense attorney Neal Davis and his skilled legal team specialize in criminal law, serving all of Harris County, Montgomery County (Conroe) and Fort Bend County (Richmond).
Criminal Cases We Take
The Neal Davis Law Firm in Houston, Texas has successfully represented clients in a wide range of criminal defense, felony and misdemeanor cases, including:
Child pornography includes State crimes of possessing or promoting child pornography and federal crimes of possessing, receiving, or distributing child pornography. An important distinction is that federal law does not require the depiction of sex, only that the content is sexually suggestive. All are considered felonies. Read more...
What You Can Expect When Working with the Neal Davis Law Firm
Personal Attention. We practice great care when undertaking a case to ensure that each person receives the respect, discretion and vigorous defense they deserve.
Superior Qualifications. The Neal Davis Law Firm is highly rated and recognized by a number of prestigious industry organizations, including The Best Lawyers in America, 2016 Best Law Firms by U.S. News, Texas Super Lawyers, AV Rated Attorney by Martindale Hubbell, 10/10 Superb AVVO Rated Attorney, and more.
Extensive Experience. With more than 20 years of experience practicing criminal law, Neal Davis knows what it takes to successfully defend a case. He has defended his clients in all types of legal matters, including arguing before the Texas Court of Appeals and acting as lead counsel before the U.S. Supreme Court.
Unbeatable Availability. At the Neal Davis Law Firm, we understand that we serve the people of Houston and Harris County first and foremost, which is why we are available for 24/7 assistance to discuss the details of your case. And if we take on your case, you can be rest assured that we will be available to you at any time.
Extraordinary Results. We hold ourselves to the highest standards of success when seeking a favorable outcome for each case. This strong personal commitment, along with our close communication with prosecutors, judges and juries, has resulted in countless successful case outcomes before going to trial and earned our firm respect in the Texas court system.
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Quick Facts About Attorney Neal Davis
- Neal is a native Houstonian and graduate of the University of Texas School of Law in Austin.
- He is married and has two young children.
- Because of Neal's outstanding reputation, fellow attorneys often refer clients to him, and he is frequently hired to substitute for counsel.
- He spent a decade working with legendary criminal lawyer Dick DeGuerin.
- Apart from spending time in his legal office and in the courtroom defending his clients, Neal enjoys being with his family and lecturing on criminal law. He has published numerous legal articles, and is often called on by the media for expert commentary.
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