Houston Juvenile Lawyers Jim Sullivan and Associates Are Trustworthy
Three things cannot be long hidden: the sun, the moon, and the truth
. ~Siddharta Gautama Buddha, Founder of Buddhism, c. 6th-4th century B.C.
Houston Juvenile Lawyers Jim Sullivan and Associates will always tell you the truth. They are attorneys you can trust. Other attorneys may promise you the sun, the moon and the stars; but, will they tell you the truth?
- Truth matters.
- Integrity matters.
- You matter.
Men and women frequently call the law offices of Jim Sullivan and Associates because they do not trust their lawyers. They say that their lawyers do not give straight answers to simple questions. They do not explain the law. They do not return telephone calls. They promise results that they do not deliver.
Some lawyers even guarantee results. The law is clear: it is unethical for a criminal lawyer to guarantee a result. If a criminal lawyer makes such a guarantee, ask him to put it in writing.
Houston Juvenile Lawyer Jim Sullivan will tell you the truth about your case. Jim Sullivan is Board Certified in Juvenile Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. Jim Sullivan is also an Eagle Scout, a graduate of Baylor University and a parishioner at a local Catholic church.
If you want a Harris County Juvenile Defense Attorney you can trust, call Jim Sullivan and Associates at 281-546-6428
for a free consultation.
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