When charged with a crime, there is a team of prosecutors representing the State. Now is the time to decide who will represent you. Yes, the attorney you hire will affect the outcome of your case.
Any attorney can obtain and read the offense report, look at the evidence and show up with you to court. An attorney may proudly tell you that they know how to protect your rights and understand how the criminal justice systems works. All barbers also know how to cut hair and understand how scissors work. Not every haircut turns out the same.
As a former prosecutor and now as a defense attorney, I have handled thousands of criminal cases and investigations. I have tried all level of cases from marijuana to murder. I know the mistakes and errors that are made over and over again. I don’t have to read the offense report in your case to know the police did not fully investigate. The system is not designed to provide citizens with a proper investigation but instead to cut corners to save costs. Depending on your case, this could be good or bad. Either way I know how to make it benefit you.
I know the overworked, overloaded prosecutors did not truly evaluate your case before charging you. In 2016 over 117,000 criminal charges were filed in Harris County. It’s likely that the prosecutor handling your case has barely read the offense report prior to your attorney reviewing it. Thus, not only are you relying on your attorney to evaluate your case but so is the prosecutor.
I know the two keys to a good outcome in your case. The first is to convince the State that your case is one that is going to require more work. This is accomplished by identifying all the flaws and weaknesses in their case. Prosecutors do not have the time or the desire to repair poor police work which will benefit you. The second key is to present you to the prosecutor in the best light. Because prosecutors are overloaded with cases, they do not consider each defendant individually. I will ensure that the prosecutors understand that these charges do not represent who you are. I will work to show them that regardless of the evidence, you are not deserving of punishment or conviction.
You either have or will be scheduled to appear in a criminal court within the following weeks. Now is the time to prepare. Please do not hesitate to call so we can discuss your case. Consultations are free. You will feel better and have peace of mind after speaking with me. I look forward to helping you.
After graduating in the top 5% of his class in law school, Reese started his legal career as an Assistant Criminal District Attorney with the Galveston County District Attorney’s Office. After about a year in the Misdemeanor Trial Bureau Division he was promoted over peers with seniority to the Felony Trial Bureau Division. In his time as an Assistant Criminal District Attorney, Reese handled thousands of cases ranging from possession of marijuana to murder. This includes extensive trial experience that far exceeds that of an average defense attorney. Truth is, the majority of defense attorneys rarely find themselves in front of a jury however Reese has tried countless cases. Outside of trial, Reese also has tremendous experience dealing with law enforcement in both leading investigations and critiquing others that did.
Now Reese’s trial experience and inside knowledge of law enforcement is devoted to ensuring that those charged with a criminal offense receive the best representation possible. Reese will investigate every aspect of the case against you, put your best case forward and demand the justice that everyone deserves.
Reese understands that being charged with a crime can be scary, confusing and leave you with a feeling of vulnerability. He will provide you understanding and peace of mind because nothing can be better than firsthand experience when fighting your case.
Reese Campbell graduated from Abilene Christian University with a degree in Political Science and a minor in Bible Studies. He earned his Law Degree in from St. Mary’s University Law School in San Antonio, Texas where he graduated Magna Cum Laude and within the top 5% of his class.
Courts of Admittance:
State of Texas
United States District Court Southern District of Texas
College of the State Bar of Texas