Kevin B. Ross has once again been selected as a 2018 Texas Super Lawyer. Texas Super Lawyers is a service of Thomson Reuters. This honor is received by those who have distinguished themselves in their legal practice. This list is limited to no more than five percent of the attorneys within the state.
Kevin B. Ross has been awarded the AV Preeminent Rating by Martindale-Hubbell for 2018. This honor is given to attorneys who possess the Highest Possible Rating in Both Legal Ability & Ethical Standards. “The AV Preeminent Rating is the pinnacle of professional excellence earned through a strenuous Peer Review Rating process that is managed and [..]
I am putting together a list of questions that I frequently get asked. Since these questions come up time and time again,I decided to spend some time creating a list of these questions and providing a quick answer to them on the website or in a blog post. It’s all in the works…. In the [..]
9 Quick Tips If You Get Arrested During St. Patty’s Day (Or Any Day) Always be polite and respectful, but do not answer any questions without an attorney present. You should always tell the police: “I’d like to speak to an attorney.” IF FOR A DWI, You have the right to refuse to perform the [..]
Kevin B. Ross has been honored with a 2015 Client Distinction Award by Martindale-Hubbell. This honor is given to attorneys recognizing excellence in Quality of Service, Overall Value, Responsiveness and Communication Ability. Less than 1% of 900,000+ Attorneys receive this award according to Martindale-Hubbell.
Kevin B. Ross served as a panelist in a CLE video webinar entitled “Key Case Law Developments in the Fifth Circuit (Criminal Law) sponsored by the Association of Federal Defense Attorneys (AFDA). Mr. Ross, along with other panelists, discussed important criminal appellate cases coming out of the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals from 2012-2014.
Often times people will get together and go out for a night on the town, to a sporting event, or to a party and find themselves in a situation where they are arrested for “public intoxication.” What is the offense of public intoxication? A person commits the offense of public intoxication if he appears in a public place while intoxicated to [..]
“He who represents himself has a fool for a client” – Abraham Lincoln Is it wise for a person to represent himself or herself when they are accused of committing a crime? The wise person says, “No.” The fool says, “Yes.” The age old wisdom of Lincoln is as true today as it was back then. [..]