Meet Art Warren
Art Warren is a trusted criminal defense and personal injury attorney with many years of experience. He graduated from Prairie View A&M University with a BBA in Accounting. He then went on and earned his MBA from Penn State University in Finance. He later went to South Texas College of Law where he earned his Doctorate of Jurisprudence. He is a member of the Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association and regularly attends criminal law and DWI seminars . He is also licensed to practice before the United States Southern District Court.
Art worked as an Assistant District Attorney intern while attending law school where he learned the ins and outs of criminal law from the prosecutor’s point of view. After graduating from law school, he decided to open his own law firm rather than going to work full time for the Government as a prosecutor. He felt there was a need for the ”underdog” to have good representation even if their budget was limited. He has spent years fighting battles for the common person and continues to fight those battles to this very day.
Art believes that his clients are truly important and should be treated with respect and kindness. He strives to educate them about the law and other factors that are at play with their individual cases. Each client is provided with the best legal representation and kept in the loop on the status of their case. He makes it a mission to take each clients call and to return all calls the same day.
It is Art’s hope that his career and personal dedication to helping the “little guy” or “under privileged” is reflected in his hard work and achievement from zealous advocacy. He considers himself a fighter and a champion of their rights as he seeks to protect them from the sometimes unjust incarceration forced upon them by the judicial system. In addition, he fights tirelessly against large insurance companies whose policy holders injury his clients from their own personal negligence. Art’s hope is that he can make a difference in the lives of those he represents and that they leave knowing that he gave his all in representing them.