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Matt Shanks - Cedar Park, TX

310 E. New Hope Drive Cedar Park, TX 78613- 4470

Updated: 09/22/2022

Cedar Park Criminal Defense Law Lawyer


C. Matthew Shanks attended Texas A&M University and graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Arts degree in history. Following graduation, Matt attended Texas Tech School of Law. While in law school Matt received a Jurisprudence Award in his legal writing course and was selected to work as a teaching assistant for his legal writing professor...

About Matt Shanks

Practice Areas

  • Criminal Defense Law
  • Theft, Robbery & Burglary
  • Probation Violations
  • Occupational Licenses
  • Juvenile Offenses
  • Expunctions Orders Of Nondisclosure Motions To Seal Juvenile Records
  • Drunk Driving (DUI/DWI)
  • Drug Offenses
  • Driving With A Suspended Or Revoked License
  • Class C Offenses
  • Assault & Family Violence


Bar Admissions

  • Texas, 2002

Specialties and Certifications

  • Certified Mediator

Other Affiliations

  • Williamson County Bar Association (Board of Directors and Past President )
  • Lawyer Referral Service of Central Texas (Chairman of the Board of Directors )

Past Positions

  • Williamson County Attorney's Office, Assistant County Attorney


  • Texas Tech University School of Law, Lubbock, Texas
    Honors: Jurisprudence Award
  • Texas A&M University
    Bachelor of Arts
    Honors: magna cum laude
    Major: History


Accepts Credit Cards

Office Information


310 E. New Hope Drive Cedar Park, TX 78613- 4470

Office Hours

Monday to Thursday: 9-5, Friday: 9-12

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