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Mr. Shannon Willis Locke

Mr. Shannon Willis Locke

The Locke Law Group
  • Criminal Law, DUI & DWI, Domestic Violence ...
  • Texas
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Summary

Shannon Locke is a San Antonio, Texas criminal defense attorney. A former White Collar Crime Prosecutor he has been fighting for his clients accused of crime for the past fifteen years. During his time as a criminal defense attorney he has successfully tried murder, manslaughter, aggravated assault, domestic violence, and DWI cases.

He believes that a good lawyer is a good problem solver. Your criminal case poses a threat to your livelihood, your family and to your freedom. An aggressive attorney listens to your goals and develops a strategy for achieving those goals while advising you about your risks.

When you come into see me I will get a complete idea of how the criminal case is affecting your life. I will then tell you the strategies I will use to help resolve your case. No matter what your situation our goal is to minimize the consequences that you experience.

At the end of the consultation we will discuss payment plans and I will provide you with my cell phone.

Practice Areas
  • Criminal Law
  • DUI & DWI
  • Domestic Violence
  • White Collar Crime
Fees
  • Free Consultation
    I offer a free consultation to every client who calls me. I will meet with you in person and give you my insight into your case. I will not charge you even if you never hire me.
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
    I determine the rates and retainer that I will charged based on the complexity of the case and my client's goals. My client and I determine what strategies we will be pursuing and come to an agreement about appropriate costs. I am willing to work out payment plans with my clients so that the cost is spread out over time.
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Texas
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Languages
  • Spanish: Spoken
Professional Experience
Partner
The Locke Law Group
- Current
Representing clients throughout South Central Texas. Trying and negotiating cases in multiple counties in State and Federal court.
Partner
Sifuentes & Locke
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Tried misdemeanor, felony cases including murder and aggravated assault and vehicular offenses in multiple counties.
Assistant District Attorney
Bexar County District Attorney
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Prosecuted misdemeanor DWIs and was promoted to the White Collar Crime Unit.
Assistant County Attorney
Pima County Attorney's Office
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Prosecuted misdemeanor DWI's, Felony Vehicular Offenses and ended his time as a Gang Prosecutor. Tried two first degree murder cases in 2005.
Education
University Of Arizona
Doctor of Jurisprudence/Juris Doctor (J.D.)
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Awards
Top 100 Criminal Defense Attorneys
The National Trial Lawyers
Top 100 Criminal Defense Attorney
2019 Top Ten in Client Satisfaction
American Institute of Criminal Law Attorneys
Top Ten Criminal Defense Attorney in Client Satisfaction
Professional Associations
Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association
Member
- Current
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San Antonio Criminal Defense Lawyers Association
Member
- Current
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Texas State Bar  # 24048623
Member
- Current
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Certifications
Board Certified in Criminal Law
Texas Board of Legal Specialization
Websites & Blogs
Website
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Legal Answers
24 Questions Answered

Q. Can he still get in trouble even though she's over 21 now.
A: This is a tough question. However, there is sufficient reason to be concerned. In Texas, you cannot touch the genitalia of a person under the age of 17 with the intent to arouse or gratify anyone's sexual interest. This is true even if the person consented. Still, there may be obstacles to prosecuting such a case and a prosecutor's office may be reluctant to move forward with such an allegation. Your friend needs to be very very careful who he talks to, as anything he tells to anyone (except his lawyer) can be used against him. He needs to contact an aggressive knowledgeable attorney ASAP so a plan can be made to avoid the filing of criminal charges.
Q. Is it constitutional that Miranda Rights are not read during arrests anymore, but only in pc court in some jurisdiction?
A: Miranda rights are required to be read before a police officer conducts an in-custody interrogation. If the police officer asks questions that are meant to incriminate you and does not read you your Miranda rights then the State will not be able to use those answers against you in court. However, whether or not you are in-custody is a legal determination made by the totality of the circumstances. Usually, police officers will claim that they are merely detaining you while they are investigating you. This is why it is best not to answer any police officer questions. Even if they do not read you your Miranda rights the State will still try to use your answer against you. So, the best course of action is not to answer a police officer's questions. The next best course of action is to hire an attorney who knows how to get statements suppressed and how to use your Constitutional rights to your advantage. Good Luck and hire an aggressive attorney.
Q. My Son is 14 years old and was caught video taping his 12 year old Girl Cousin in the bathroom with a phone.
A: This is very serious and you need to contact a local attorney immediately. However, this is not likely a civil matter. If the authorities get a hold of the video there are a number of crimes that can be charged. If the video portrays any genitalia the video is child pornography. Any adult who possesses the video is committing a felony and will have to register as a sex offender if they do not go to prison. Call an attorney familiar with these cases immediately so they can ask questions and give specific advice abouf this situation.
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Contact & Map
Brook Hollow
15160 San Pedro
San Antonio, TX 78232
Telephone: (210) 229-8300
Monday: Open 24 hours
Tuesday: Open 24 hours
Wednesday: Open 24 hours
Thursday: Open 24 hours (Today)
Friday: Open 24 hours
Saturday: Open 24 hours
Sunday: Open 24 hours
Notice: Phones are answered 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Appointments after hours and on weekends.
Downtown Office
1008 S. Alamo
San Antonio, TX 78210
Telephone: (210) 229-8300
Fax: (210) 229-8301