Neal Davis - Neal Davis Law Firm

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Neal Davis

Neal Davis Law Firm

1545 Heights Blvd., Suite 700

Houston, TX 77008

713-227-4444

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  • Criminal Law
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Being accused of a crime is terrifying, and your freedom and good name are on the line. At the Neal Davis Law Firm, we know what you are going through. We understand how much is at stake and operate at the highest standards to ensure success in your case.

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Sex Crime Defense: Being charged with a sex crime is a highly stressful situation. On top of the damage done to your reputation and possible loss of your job, you may be forced to register as a sex offender for the rest of your life or face time in prison if convicted. I have vigorously fought and successfully defended clients in Texas and federal courts in all types of sex offense matters - from local assault charges to federal child pornography cases and more.

Criminal Defense: The Neal Davis Law Firm in Houston, Texas has successfully represented clients in a wide range of criminal defense, felony and misdemeanor cases, including:

Online Solicitation of a Minor
Child Pornography Possession
Drug Offenses
White Collar Crimes
DWI

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Undergraduate:
Law School: University of Texas
Admitted to Bar: 2000
Practice Areas: Personal > Personal Injury
Personal > Criminal Law
Organizations: Board Certified in Criminal Law - Texas Board of Legal Specialization
   
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Gender: Male
Status: Married
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Attorney-client confidentiality, also referred to as attorney-client privilege, is one of the pillars of practicing criminal defense law in America. If there’s no attorney-client privilege, then it will be hard for lawyers to work with clients. The client may not feel comfortable revealing private information about their actions or circumstances - information that could be critical to a case. Let’s examine these important ethics and confidentiality.
Posted by Neal Davis on 2.20.17 in Criminal Law.