Harris County Criminal Lawyer Jim Sullivan Solves Problems



A problem well stated is a problem half solved. ~Charles F. Kettering, inventor and engineer (1876-1958)
Houston & Harris county criminal defense trial attorney  Jim Sullivan fights to solve legal problems for his many clients in criminal and juvenile court.  Each client has a story to tell and a legal problem to solve.  Some clients are charged with serious felony offenses, others with misdemeanor offenses.  No matter the level of offense, each client faces prosecution from the government and needs legal help.  Sullivan approaches each legal problem with the mindset of obtaining the best possible result.  Can the State prove their case at trial?  Is their evidence persuasive?  What is the risk versus the reward?  Can the client afford to take the risk of a conviction when the State is agreeable to a deferred adjudication probation or possible pretrial diversion?  Depending on the case, the client and the evidence, the best possible result may vary from a not guilty verdict at trial, a dismissal by the State, a pretrial diversion contract, a deferred adjudication probation or some other resolution.  If you have a legal problem to be solved in the criminal court or juvenile court arena, you can call Houston Criminal Trial Lawyer Jim Sullivan right now or contact by e-mail at jimsullivan@entouch.net.

HARRIS COUNTY CRIMINAL LAWYERS
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