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Houston Criminal Lawyer | DWI Defense Attorney - Billy Skinner
Billy Skinner
712 Main St Ste 2450
Houston, TX 77002
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Law Offices of Billy Skinner

Billy Skinner is passionate about fighting for his clients and provides clients with cutting-edge criminal defense using a unique combination of experience and ingenuity. Billy’s unique approach includes actively listening to clients concerns, discussing strategic approaches to every detail of the case, and helping client’s deal with the anxiety and stress of being accused of a crime.

Most importantly, Billy is always there when you need him.

Billy grew up in Longview, Texas and attended Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches where he obtained both a bachelor’s and master’s degree. Following a successful career in marketing, Billy moved to Houston to attend South Texas College of Law.

Throughout law school, Billy served as an intern at the Harris County District Attorney’s Office. During his final year of law school Billy was selected by the District Attorney’s office to work on the high-profile re-trial of Andrea Yates, the Houston mother accused of drowning her five children.

After law school, Billy was offered a unique and career-changing opportunity with one of Houston’s most famous trial lawyers, Rusty Hardin. While employed at Rusty Hardin & Associates, Billy gained invaluable experience working on both complex civil trials and high-profile criminal defense cases.

Following his stint at Rusty Hardin & Associates, Billy returned to the District Attorney’s office where he gained valuable trial experience and quickly established a reputation for taking on Houston’s top attorneys. In 2009, Billy left the District Attorney’s office to pursue his passion of fighting for clients.

Billy formed the Law Offices of Billy Skinner on the simple principal of providing everyday people with the type of legal defense generally reserved for the elite. Billy is married with three sons, Will, Cale and Sterling. His wife Kari is a family law attorney in the Houston area.

Law Offices of Billy Skinner
Houston Criminal Lawyer | DWI Defense Attorney - Billy Skinner

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