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Riemenschneider-McCrary Law Firm

Jackie L. Riemenschneider-McCrary, Bankruptcy Attorney, 190 S. Seguin Ave., New Braunfels, TX 78130

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Now Accepting Felony and Misdemeanor Cases
in Guadalupe, Bexar and Hays Counties
 

Please Call 830-708-2297 to Set Up an Appointment.

Due to a conflict of interest (I'm married to Sammy McCrary, Chief Felony Prosecutor for Comal County), please do not call in regards to any criminal cases in Comal County Criminal District Attorney's Office.

 

1.         Experience as a Defense Attorney.  I have represented clients accused of misdemeanors, felonies and probation violations.  I have successfully represented clients in jury trials and revocation hearings.  In negotiating pleas deals, in Hale County, I once got a 5 year offer on a Second Degree Felony (Client had prior convictions) lowered to 6 months on a Class B Misdemeanor.

 

2.         Experience as a Felony Prosecutor.  Having been a felony prosecutor, I know how prosecutors think.  I know what makes a case weak or strong for both sides.  I know what annoys a prosecutor and what a prosecutor appreciates from a defense attorney.  Most importantly, I know how to pick battles.  I know when a defendant should stand his or her ground and fight and when a defendant would be better off pleading for mercy from the court.



3.         Upfront Honesty.  I am always upfront and honest with my clients, even when I have to tell them what they do not want to hear.  I will explain to my clients what the worst and best case scenarios are and what I think they should do.  I will never set my clients up with false hopes of an outcome that is highly unlikely.  I never want my clients to be surprised by what happens in court.

 

4.         Respect for ALL Clients.  I have worked with clients as young as 17 and as old as 74.  I have represented high school dropouts, college students, soccer moms, drugs addicts and educated business people.  I have had friends and family members who have been in trouble with the law.  I did not judge them, and I do not judge my clients.  I work hard for my clients to receive the best possible outcome for their situation.  Whatever the charge, whatever their background, I treat my clients with respect in the same manner in which I would want to be treated.

 

5.         Considering All the Options.  I look at all the options for my clients.  For example, if a client has a drug or alcohol problem, I work to get my client offered an appropriate treatment program.  If a client would benefit from a restitution center, I work to make that part of case resolution.  Basically, I recognize that crimes do not occur in a vacuum and that if my clients do not address the underlying causes which led them to engage in criminal activity, then I am setting my clients up for future failure.