Kevin Collins’ areas of practice concentrate on State and Federal criminal litigation. Mr. Collins has handled hundreds of trial and plea negotiations in all levels of Texas federal and state courts. He also has extensive appellate experience in state and federal courts, including federal habeas corpus proceedings.
San Antonio DWI Law
Drunk driving defense is a very specialized area that requires an expert, not just a general criminal practitioner. The Law Offices of Kevin L. Collins feature the services of DWI attorney Kevin L. Collins. Mr. Collins, a San Antonio DWI lawyer, is Board Certified in Criminal Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization and has handled hundreds of DWI cases in Texas, including many successful jury trials. Read More
San Antonio DUI Law
Driving Under the Influence in Texas, or DUI, is a Class C misdemeanor. The Texas Penal Code reads that “A minor commits an offense if the minor operates a motor vehicle in a public place while having any detectable amount of alcohol in the minor’s system.”Read More
Federal and White Collar Cases
The proliferation of white collar crime investigations and prosecutions continues on both the federal and state sides of the criminal law. These cases vary from complex international transactions to simple local allegations of theft or embezzlement. Read More
Texas Juvenile Law
Defending juveniles is a complex and multidisciplinary practice that involves knowledge of criminal, civil, and family codes and procedures. Texas juvenile criminal law requires an extensive familiarity with other issues as well, such as the psychological and psychosocial development of adolescents. All of these factors must be thoroughly evaluated for successful juvenile defense. Read More
In San Antonio and throughout Texas, drug cases are treated very seriously by law enforcement. Aside from incarceration, guilty verdicts can lead to the loss of driving privileges, forfeiture of property and a limit to future employment opportunities.
Sex Offense Cases
Conviction for a sexual offense is a serious issue and is punished accordingly. Terms of incarceration typically start at 10 years and have little chance of parole. The allegation alone can result in social stigmas, the loss or strain of personal and professional relationships and even the loss of employment and professional licenses.
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