If you are accused of committing a crime, nothing is more important than having the best criminal defense attorney by your side. Shannon Flanigan brings over 10 years of felony prosecution experience in criminal law to your defense. Extensive experience combined with care and respect for clients and their rights is what makes Shannon Flanigan the right choice for getting results for you in the court of law.
Shannon Flanigan has argued nearly every type of case in the courtroom, from drug possession and DWIs to sexual assaults and capital murders. As an assistant district attorney in both west Texas and here in Bryan / College Station, you can rest assured that he knows the tactics, methods, and mistakes made by law enforcement and how the legal system has to be approached to benefit your case.
Shannon Flanigan's experience in juvenile law can guide you and your child through what can be a very confusing and traumatic experience. You need an attorney who intimately knows juvenile law well enough to defend your child and their future. But you also need an attorney who can explain the complicated process to your child in a way they can understand. The Juvenile legal process moves very quickly, so call as soon as your child is charged or detained to get quick help.
Shannon Flanigan believes that local representation is important. Your attorney should work and live in the area and have experience in the court in which you are accused in order to represent you better.
The Flanigan Law Firm can represent you if you live or are accused of a crime in any of the many cities and towns of the Brazos Valley, including Bryan, College Station, Millican, Wellborne, Anderson, Navasota, Iola, Caldwell, Snook, Somerville, Hearne, Franklin, Benchley, Bremond, Calvert, Brenham, Independence, Washington, and others.
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All Felonies and Misdemeanors
DWI or DUI and Minor with alcohol offenses
Money or property seized in connection with a criminal charge
Appeals of your criminal conviction
Petitions of Non Disclosure
Sealing Juvenile Records