Bexar County Criminal Defense Attorney
Serving San Antonio Clients for Criminal Defense Matters
As a criminal defense attorney in Bexar County, South Central Texas, Sam H. Lock has taken on some of the toughest cases in criminal law. He has handled complex criminal defense cases involving murder, white collar crimes, federal drug charges, state gun crimes and asset forfeiture. With more than 10 years of criminal defense service to clients across Bexar County in state and federal courts, the Law Offices of Sam H. Lock continues to provide outstanding criminal defense representation to clients charged with a variety of misdemeanors and felonies.
Contact Sam H. Lock at the Law Offices of Sam H. Lock in San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas for an initial consultation to discuss your concerns about a criminal law matter. We can help you. Call 210-226-0965 to learn more today.
Bexar County Criminal Defense Representation
At the Bexar County Law Offices of Sam H. Lock, we represent clients for all types of criminal defense cases, including:
- Alien Smuggling
- Asset Forfeiture
- Bank Fraud
- Federal Criminal Charges
- Federal Drug Charges
- Internet Crimes
- Mortgage Fraud
- Sex Offenses
- State Drug Charges
- Traffic Violations
- Weapons Charges
- White Collar Crimes
No matter what level the crime, all criminal charges can have a major impact on your personal and professional life for years in the future. It is of the utmost importance to have an attorney who will diligently work to defend and protect your rights.
The Law Offices of Sam H. Lock prepares each case for the best possible outcome. If you’re looking for an attorney who will give you the personalized criminal defense representation you need and deserve, then Sam H. Lock is the attorney for you.
Contact Our Bexar County Criminal Defense Attorneys
Contact the Law Offices of Sam H. Lock in Bexar County, Texas to learn more about our criminal defense services. We can help you resolve your case in a timely and cost-effective manner. Call 210-226-0965 to speak with attorney Sam H. Lock today.