Meet San Antonio's Best Fraud & Drug Possession Attorney
Albert A. Flores is a native of San Antonio, Texas. He grew up in the familiar surroundings of South Texas with frequent excursions to Laredo, Del Rio, the Rio Grande Valley, Dallas and Houston, where he now handles federal cases.
He often traveled throughout the interior of Mexico, becoming familiar with its rich language, culture and history. He is fluent in Spanish.
His interest in law and government began when he served as a Congressional Page for the Honorable Henry B. Gonzales, a well-known congressman and activist in Washington, DC. He started his undergraduate education at Brown University in Rhode Island and completed his degree at Texas A&M University at College Station. He then attended Law School at the University of Texas School of Law. While in law school, he was employed at the Defense Contractor Audit Agency and completed an internship in employment law at the Texas State Teachers Association.
Immediately following law school, he spent a brief stint with a civil law firm. He has since practiced criminal defense as a member of a large firm, a partner and currently as a sole practitioner, with the majority of his caseload being criminal work. He is an active member of the Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association and the San Antonio Criminal Defense Lawyers Association. Attorney Flores is presently practicing with his principal office in San Antonio, TX and handling cases in all federal jurisdictions in the State of Texas and throughout the United States.
Licensed to Practice
• Supreme Court of Texas • Federal Court for the Western District of Texas • Federal Court for the Southern District of Texas
• United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit
Mr. Flores can travel to any federal court in the United States.
• Texas Bar Association • San Antonio Bar Association • San Antonio Criminal Defense Lawyers Association
• Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association • National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
• Federal Criminal Justice Act A+ Panel Attorney
• Federal Death Penalty Counsel – Representation before the Capital Crimes Unit at the United States Department of Justice
Awards & Honors
• Selected among San Antonio’s Best Lawyers by his peers in the category of Criminal Law and White Collar Criminal Law for 2009-2016
• Graduate of The University of Texas School of Law – Doctor of Jurisprudence
• Graduate of Texas A&M University – BA
The Law Office of Albert Flores
3817 San Pedro Ave
San Antonio, TX 78212
Emergency/After Hours: 210.602.6144
Our office handles cases throughout the state of Texas including the following cities and jurisdictions: Atascosa County, Bexar County, Brazos County, Blanco County, Bandera County, Bandera County, Live Oak County, Guadalupe County, Comal County, Kerr County, Kimble County, Webb County, Hays County, Kendall County, Kinney County, Val Verde County, Maverick County, Medina County, Nueces County, Pecos County, Starr County, Travis County, Uvalde County, Victoria County, Wilson County, Wharton County, Zapata County & Zavala County. New Braunfels, Seguin, Floresville, San Marcos Brackettville, Del Rio, Marion, Eagle Pass, Hondo, Corpus Christi, Fort Stockton, Austin, Uvalde, Laredo, Edinburg, Brownsville, Harlingen, McAllen, Victoria, Wharton, Crystal City, the Rio Grande Valley and Boerne.
Licensed to Practice in the State of Texas, The Federal Courts for the Western and Southern Districts of Texas, and The United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. Can travel to any Federal Court in the United States. Including Denver, Colorado and Chicago, Illinois.
Not Certified by the Board of Legal Specialization.
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