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Shannon B. Flanigan, Attorney & Counselor at Law

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You want an attorney who has the experience to guide you through each area of the law.
If you must be at the courthouse, it is usually at the most difficult time in your life. It is the commitment of the Flanigan Law Firm that you have a guide that will get you through these difficult times.

Areas of Practice:

Criminal Defense:
All Felonies and Misdemeanors
 
 
 
Drug Possession
 
Assaults
 
Thefts, Burglary, & Robbery
 
 
Traffic Tickets
 
Asset Forfeiture (money or property seized in connection with a criminal charge)
 
Appeals of your criminal conviction
 
Expunction, Petitions of Non-Disclosure, and Sealing Juvenile Records
Experience:


Admitted to the Bar in Texas: 1996

Education:

Bachelor of Arts, cum laude, Oklahoma Baptist University, 1993
Honor Societies: Mortar Board, Omicron Delta Kappa 

Studied at The Queen's College, Oxford University, 1995
International law and Trial advocacy 

Juris Doctor, Baylor Law School, Baylor University, 1996
Concentration in Criminal Practice
Harvey M. Richey Moot Court Society

Past Criminal Legal Experience:

Brazos County Assistant District Attorney
2003-2007

1st Assistant District Attorney, 112th District Attorney's Office 
(prosecuting felonies in Pecos County, Upton County, Reagan County, Crockett County, and Sutton County)
1997-2003

Past Private Practice Legal Experience:

Associate attorney with Ori T. White & Associates
1997-2003

Leadership Positions & Associations:

Member, Board of Directors,Brazos Valley Council on Alcohol and Substance Abuse (BVCASA)
 
 
Chairman of the Pecos County Republican Party, 2001-2002


Appellate Experience

 
 
Many times, lawyers stop their work at the courtroom. After the trial, they fail to win the appeal. If you need to appeal your case, contact Shannon Flanigan.

Shannon Flanigan has successfully briefed and argued appeals before several lower appellate courts:

Shannon Flanigan has even successfully briefed and orally argued before the highest court of appeals in Texas for criminal offenses, the Texas Court of Criminal AppealsMost recently, that experience included the Texas Supreme Court.

"As an assistant district attorney, none of the jury trials that I won were overturned on appeal. I would like to bring that committment of 'doing it right the first time' to your defense."