Fiercely Defending Your Life
“I felt lost, with no clue how to even face this challenge. I retained the services of David Volk to handle my case, and it was one of the best choices I can recommend. I knew I was in good hands.”
“Best lawyer ever! Mr. McElroy won my case after I got busted drunk driving for the second time. He is the best lawyer I’ve ever seen. I thought I was going to have to go to jail but Mr. McElroy won my case.”
“David and his firm did an outstanding job. They kept me informed of the process, set expectations and really made me feel comfortable. I would highly recommend his services.”
“I consider David to be my Trusted Legal Advisor. I’ve hired David a couple times. He’s smart, friendly, honest, and assertive. That spells integrity to me. I highly recommend David for all things legal.”
“I recommend Mr. McElroy to be your attorney. Very good lawyer. Mr. McElroy fought for me and prevailed in my case. I recommend Mr. McElroy to anyone who may have a legal issue. Thank you.”
How much will this cost me?
Each case is different. We understand that you likely haven’t planned for this or set aside an “attorney fund.” Our Fee Philosophy is fair and workable. We offer payment plans for those who need them. We also include many services within our representation fee, such as bail bonds (if you qualify) and licensing hearings (in DWI cases.) Contact our office to learn more.
How public are my charges?
In Bexar County, the moment you are booked, the arrest details and the case details are available to the public via the county’s online portal within 24 hours. A court clerk won’t call your home or place of work to notify third parties about your arrest, but the records are easily accessible online for anyone seeking information.
Should I hire an attorney?
Hiring an attorney is always your choice. If you believe you may have committed an offense we recommend retaining an experienced attorney to analyze the case. We can help you understand important factors such as whether or not the arresting police officer may have violated your rights. Secondly, you’ll want help understanding whether the prosecutor has enough evidence to convict you.
Should I speak with law enforcement?
The first mistake many people make is attempting to “talk things out” with the police officer or investigating detective. This is a very bad idea if you are being examined for criminal charges. Detectives often have the intention of boxing you into an admission so they can file charges. We suggest always consulting with an experienced attorney who has your best interests in mind, before discussing anything with law enforcement.