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Paul Looney

Paul Looney

Looney & Conrad, P.C.
  • Criminal Law, DUI & DWI, Personal Injury...
  • Texas
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We Have a History of Winning trials! We are different from other criminal defense firms because of the stellar record of success of Paul Looney who has tried 60 criminal defense jury trials since 1995 with ZERO final convictions.

We have a very high success rate when it comes to preventing criminal accusations from turning into formal charges as well as shutting down criminal investigations. We are able to do this because we move quickly, and never stop working.

With us on your side, you are not alone. You have effective support throughout the entire process ahead, no matter what charges you are facing. You deserve the best defense by utilizing a strong offense. Looney & Conrad, P.C. is a law firm with passionate and skillful criminal defense lawyers utilizing the most powerful resources available. We are dedicated to defending the rights of the accused and take pride in fighting for justice.

Our skillful attorneys have over 40 years of combined trial knowledge and experience to provide you with the best criminal defense. Anyone who has been through the justice system, whether for a federal felony or a county misdemeanor, will tell you there is nothing more important than having an experienced attorney by your side.

Our top priority is being there for you when you need us. We are ready to help 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. If you or a loved one are accused of a crime and the police are investigating, time is of the essence. Every moment counts. Our criminal attorneys know the law that surrounds all misdemeanors and felonies, and we handle all types of criminal cases.

We have extensive experience helping kids because we believe juvenile offenders should have a second chance. If your child has been accused of a juvenile crime, we will do everything possible to get his or her life back to normal (as well as yours).

Call today for a FREE consultation (281) 597-8818 in Houston or (979) 826-8484 in Hempstead.

Practice Areas
  • Criminal Law
  • DUI & DWI
  • Personal Injury
  • Domestic Violence
  • White Collar Crime
  • Appeals & Appellate
  • Juvenile Law
  • Business Law
  • Divorce
  • Family Law
  • Probate
  • Landlord Tenant
  • Cannabis & Marijuana Law
Fees
  • Free Consultation
  • Credit Cards Accepted
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Texas
Languages
  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Criminal Defense Trial Attorney
Looney & Conrad, P.C.
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Criminal Defense Trial Attorney
Lamson & Looney, P.C.
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Education
South Texas College Of Law
Doctor of Jurisprudence/Juris Doctor (J.D.)
West Texas State University
B.S. (1978) | Economics and Political Science
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Awards
Fellow
Texas Bar Foundation
Nation's TOP ONE Percent
The National Association of Distinguished Counsel
Houston's Top Lawyers
H Texas Magazine
Super Fellow
Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Educational Institute
Dean's Honor List
South Texas College of Law
Law Fraternity International
Phi Alpha Delta
National Social Science Honor Society
Phi Gamma Mu
Economics Honor Society
Omicron Delta Upsilon
Freshman Honor Society
Phi Eta Sigma
Professional Associations
United States District Court, District of Colorado
Attorney and Counselor of Law
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United States Tax Court
Attorney and Counselor of Law
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United States Court of Federal Claims
Attorney and Counselor of Law
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Northern District of Texas District Court
Attorney and Counselor of Law
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United States District Court Eastern District of Michigan
Attorney and Counselor of Law
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Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals
Attorney and Counselor of Law
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National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
Attorney Member
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Harris County Criminal Lawyers Association
Attorney Member
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United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas
Attorney and Counselor of Law
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Texas State Bar # 12555900
Member
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Supreme Court of Texas
Attorney and Counselor of Law
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Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity International
Attorney Member
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Texas Trial Lawyers Association
Attorney Member
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Waller County Bar Association
Founding President
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Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers, Education Institute
Board Member
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Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association
Executive Committee Member
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Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association
Board Member
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Publications
Articles & Publications
Jury Persuasion in Criminal Cases: Utilizing "Solution Selling" Techniques
The Voice (Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association)
Proceeding Vaguely: Obstruction of a Pending Proceeding Under 18 U.S.C. 1505
The Champion magazine
Speaking Engagements
Jury Persuasion in Criminal Cases: Utilizing, Continuing Education, Stanford Law School
Certifications
Top Contributor 2017
AVVO
Websites & Blogs
Website
Legal Answers
58 Questions Answered

Q. My mother is a check fraud victim, what next?
A: Go to the bank and complete a fraud affidavit. The bank should begin refunding stolen funds. Change your credit cards, bank cards, etc. The bank can handle that off the top. Consequences? There should be none after it is established the bank recognizes the fraud. Hope this has been helpful, and good luck.
Q. In texas can my sister throw away my belongings if I can't pick it up
A: You're in a tough spot, but your sister is well within her rights to evict you and your property. Find a place to land. You have no legal recourse.
Q. Would breaking into a mobile home be burglary of a vehicle
A: Habitation is defined as structure or vehicle adapted for overnight accommodation. The mobile home is a habitation.Burglary, however, requires that the entry was made with intent to commit theft or another felony. You may be more apt explain the entry as not having either intent. That makes the entry trespass to a habitation, a misdemeanor. Give it another look, and good luck to you.
Q. I was subpoenaed in Brownwood Texas by the state under my name says c/o two names which are task force whats this mean
A: You cannot control what the task force cops tell the ADA who issued the subpoena. The Court will look to the named cops to assure your attendance. Just go tell the truth, or refuse to answer, and everything will be okay. Insist on representation before you testify. Good luck.
Q. Im trying to get the date of my last conviction
A: Call the Clerk where the conviction occurred.
Q. Can you sit out a warrant in Texas if it in Oklahoma for no insurance
A: You have to go to Oklahoma to "sit out" the warrant. If you do not have the money to pay the Supreme Court in 1971 decided a case saying the system cannot jail indigent people because they are too poor to pay as an alternative to payment. Contact the court. Make arrangements for a payment plan, a deferred adjudication disposition, etc. You do not have to go to jail to remove the warrant. Just contact the court.Find out what can be worked out short of you going to jail in Texas, or Oklahoma, for an offense that carries no jail time if you were found guilty of committing it. Good luck.
Q. Does a DUI, due to being underage and having alcohol, count towards the 3 DWI rule to make it a felony in Texas?
A: You are a "repeat" DWI offender based on your record. Not a felony DWI offender. However, if you are thinking about the possibility of it happening again, then your conduct has not been adjusted to assure it does not happen again. So, it WILL happen again ... eventually. Here's a clue. You live in a community that is heavily opposed to drunk drivers. Do not drive, even if you have just had a few. You are too young to drink if you cannot plan how you are going to get home. Just don't drive. Or better yet, go to a few AA classes and find out where you are headed. Find out if you have an alcohol problem. You are mighty young to be dealing with these issues. You probably need more help than a ride home when you have had a few. Good luck to you.
Q. If a felon is in his brothers car and a handgun is found but claimed by brother, does felon get charged ,what happens
A: The ex-con may be able to beat the rap with brother claiming the firearm, but he will not beat the ride. Cops arrest convicts near guns ... end of story. Just because the brother claims the firearm is not the end all. The system does not have to believe brother ... and brothers lie to help brothers. Prove ownership in non-ex-con brother, and ex-con brother has a chance of walking out of jail one day. Good luck to you both.
Q. How much is oklahoma jail a day?
A: Call the jail in the county the case is pending. The sheriff determines how much jail credit is given for a day in jail in that county.
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Houston Office
11767 Katy Freeway Suite #740
Houston, TX 77079
USA
Telephone: (281) 597-8818
Cell: (713) 828-7494
Fax: (281) 597-8284
Hempstead Office
918 Austin Street
Hempstead, TX 77445
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Telephone: (979) 826-8484
Cell: (713) 828-7494
Fax: (979) 082-6848 Ext. 8