SHANNON B. FLANIGAN
Attorney at Law
Shannon Flanigan bring over 20 years of experience in criminal law across Texas to your defense.
ADMITTED TO THE TEXAS BAR 1996
Juris Doctor, Baylor Law School, Baylor University, 1996, Concentration in Criminal Practice, Harvey M. Richey Moot Court Society
Bachelor of Arts, cum laude, Oklahoma Baptist University, 1993, Honor Societies: Mortar Board, Omicron Delta Kappa
PAST LEGAL EXPERIENCE:
Brazos County Assistant District Attorney
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
Associate attorney with Ori T. White & Associates
Member, Brazos County Criminal Defense
Member, American Association of Premier
Member, Brazos County Bar Association
Member, Texas District and County Attorney's Association, 1997-2007
Shannon Flanigan's career of over 20 years is criminal law. For over 10 years, he served as a felony prosecutor in five counties in southwest Texas then as a felony prosecutor in the Brazos County District Attorney's Office. 100% of his time in private practice is spent defending against criminal accusations.
During that time, he has tried all kinds of cases - from accusations against juveniles and traffic tickets to robbery and murder. He has even tried several capital murder cases. He is able to utilize this experience in felony prosecutor's offices to his clients' advantage. And, because of his long time in the Brazos Valley, he knows the prosecutors, judges, and courtrooms his clients face.
Many times, lawyers stop their work at the courtroom. After the trial, they fail to win the appeal. Shannon Flanigan has successfully briefed and argued appeals before several lower appellate courts:
8th Court of Appeals in El Paso
4th Court of Appeals in San Antonio
10th Court of Appeals in Waco
14th Court of Appeals in Houston
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 Appeals and the Texas Supreme Court.