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The Law Office of E.G. Morris - Austin, TX

505 W. 12th St.Suite 206 Austin, TX 78701

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Updated: 02/03/2022

Austin Criminal Law Firm

Overview

Austin, Texas based criminal defense lawyer, E. G. "Gerry" Morris, has since 1977 represented individuals accused of state and federal crimes, both in trial and on appeal. He is Board Certified as a Criminal Law Specialist by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. He has been elected by other criminal defense attorneys to leadership positions in both state and national organizations...

About The Law Office of E.G. Morris

Practice Areas

  • Criminal

Litigation

  • 100%

Honors

  • Best Lawyers in America, 2003
  • Texas Super Lawyers, 2003
  • Austin Monthly - Austin's Super Lawyers, 2002

Classes and Seminars

  • Sex Offenses in Texas, Criminal Defense Lawyer's Project (CDLP), 1999
  • Extraneous Offenses, Texas Criminal Defense Lawyer's Association (TCDLA) Advanced Criminal Law Short Course, 1999
  • Developing The Defensive Theory and Avoiding Extraneous Offenses, Lubbock Criminal Defense Lawyers, 2000
  • Overview of Defending Child Abuse Allegations, TCLA Advanced Criminal Law Short Course, 2000
  • Why We Do What We Do, CDLP Essential Trial Notebook Series, 2000
  • How to Obtain Expert Assistance, TCLA Advanced Criminal Law Short Course, 2001
  • Expert Witnesses, State Bar of Texas Advanced Criminal Law Course, 2001
  • Joint Defense Agreements - Good, Bad or Ugly, TCLA Federal Short Course, 2001
  • Developing the Defensive Theory and Avoiding Extraneous Offenses, CDLP Developing the Theory of the Case Denton, Texas, 2001
  • Cross-Examination of the Counselor and Caseworker in a Sexual Assault Case, TCDLA Cross-Examination Seminar Austin, 2001

Fees

Offers Free Initial Consultation

Accepts Credit Cards

Office Information

Address

505 W. 12th St.Suite 206 Austin, TX 78701

Fax

  • 877-497-8347

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