Travis County Criminal Defense Attorneys
Robert M. Phillips & Associates represents clients accused of criminal charges in Travis County, TX.
Travis County is located in Southeast Texas in the Greater Austin metropolitan area. Austin, Texas is the county seat of Travis County; the city is home to the Travis County State Jail, Travis County Criminal Justice Center and the Travis County Correctional Complex.
As Travis County quickly expands, law enforcement is pressured to take serious action against criminal activities. Lately, the Austin Police Department has become particularly aggressive in stopping and ticketing drivers. With several major highways, there are ample opportunities to be stopped and charged with crimes from minor traffic infractions to more serious charges such as DWI and child endangerment. At Robert M. Phillips & Associates, our attorneys fight for those who have been accused of criminal wrongdoing in Travis County.
Accused of Criminal Activity in Travis County, Texas?
If you have been accused of a crime in Travis County, please contact an attorney at Robert M. Phillips & Associates today. Our team is knowledgeable in all aspects of criminal law, including:
- Sex Crimes
- Sex Crimes Against Children
- Crimes Involving Weapons
- Fraud (Including Theft & Forgery)
- Federal & White Collar Crimes
- DWI / Drunk Driving
- Drug Charges
- Aggravated Assault / Assault Family Violence
- Juvenile Offenses
- Expungement / Sealing of Records / Non-Disclosure Orders
- Serious Crimes Against Persons
- Burglary & Aggravated Robbery
Depend on Robert M. Phillips & Associates
Robert M. Phillips & Associates is the only private firm in Central Texas where both attorney (Robert M. Phillips) and paralegal (Janet Briery) are Board Certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in criminal law. We also frequently employ the expert knowledge of Austin lawyer, Keith S. Hampton. Mr. Hampton is Board Certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in both criminal law and appellate law.
The local prosecutors and judges of Travis County remember Robert M. Phillips & Associates from decades of aggressive defense. Our qualified attorneys share over 40 years of combined criminal defense experience. With hundreds of acquittals and reduced charges, our criminal attorneys stand as some of the most celebrated in Central Texas. When a defendant hires an attorney from Robert M. Phillips & Associates, it is well understood that the defense will be tough and thorough. We will relentlessly defend your case.
If you have been charged with a criminal offense in Travis County, now is the time to act. If you are under investigation for a crime, you are already being monitored as a criminal suspect. You must contact an experienced criminal lawyer immediately to preemptively build a defense. Our criminal attorneys will work hard to ensure that your defense is impregnable.
Legal Resources for Travis County
Travis County Jail Information: Information regarding current inmates, visitation rules, contact information, and more. Travis County jail inmates are allowed to call their attorney for free (20 minute limit).
Travis County Criminal Trial Division: Information regarding the prosecution of criminal offenses in Travis County. Includes information on class A, B and C misdemeanor offenses.
Travis County Criminal Courts: Important information regarding the courts in Travis County that preside over criminal cases.
Travis County Juvenile Court: The Gardner Betts Juvenile Justice Center presides over criminal cases involving minors in Travis County. Important information about the Travis County juvenile justice system can be found on this webpage. The court can be located at:2515 S. Congress
Austin, TX 78704
Phone: (512) 854-7000
Travis County Drug Diversion Court: A non-traditional court for defendants charged with a drug related felony. Eligible candidates will have their case dismissed upon completion of an intensive, 1 year program known as the S.H.O.R.T. program. This program is designed to promote positive personal change in the candidate by breaking the abusive habit of drug addiction. The court can be located at:2201 Post Road South Building
Austin, TX 78704
Phone: (512) 854-4646