Victoria County Criminal Lawyers
VICTORIA, Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Jim Sullivan and Associates represent clients charged with crimes in State courts in Houston, Galveston, VICTORIA, Texas, Beaumont, Austin, San Antonio, Waco, Dallas, Ft. Worth, Sherman, Del Rio, Corpus Christi, Brownsville, McAllen, El Paso, Hempstead and all counties in Texas. The law firm of Jim Sullivan and Associates is located near FM 1960 in northwest Houston, Texas; however, Attorney Jim Sullivan and Associates appear in all criminal, juvenile, and family courts in Texas.
VICTORIA County Criminal Defense Attorneys Jim Sullivan and Associates have over 55 years collective experience representing persons accused of committing criminal violations of State law. Together, Sullivan and Associates have been the attorneys of record in over 4000 cases and are anticipating their 1000th case dismissal.
VICTORIA, Texas Criminal Attorneys Jim Sullivan and Associates treat every person they represent as if they were a friend and neighbor. When you call, likely Jim Sullivan or an associate will answer your call themselves. You will be dealing with Attorneys, not secretaries, assistants, or answering machines.
If we can be of any assistance, or you just want to talk about your situation, please call VICTORIA County Criminal Defense Attorneys Jim Sullivan and Associates at 281-546-6428.
HISTORY OF VICTORIA TEXAS
The 1892 Victoria County Courthouse now stands on the government block. The Plaza del Mercado, or Market Square, was the heart of De Leon’s town. The de Leon family members built their homes around market square. Main Street, which links the two squares, was originally designated Calle de Los Diez Amigos, or The Street of Ten Friends. The largest single gathering of Texian troops during the Revolution occurred at Camp Victoria, on the banks of Spring Creek just north of the city. 2,500 troops encamped here between May 31, 1836 and September of that same year. Stephen F. Austin visited Camp Victoria during September, campaigning for president of the new republic. Victoria was among the original twenty-three counties established by the First Congress of the Republic of Texas on March 17, 1836. Its modern boundaries were defined by the Texas legislature on March 31, 1846. The City of Victoria was chartered in 1839.