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Lufkin / Angelina County Criminal Lawyers

ANGELINA COUNTY CRIMINAL LAWYERS

The LUFKIN, Texas Criminal Defense Attorneys James Sullivan and Associates have handled over 4000 cases and have a collective 45 years experience defending adults and  juveniles in criminal, juvenile, and family courts in ANGELINA County and throughout the State of Texas.

Call ANGELINA County Criminal Lawyer James Sullivan at (281) 546-6428 to discuss your case.

ANGELINA County  Criminal Defense Attorneys  James Sullivan and Associates have over 45 years collective experience representing persons accused of committing criminal violations of State and Federal law. Together, James Sullivan Associates have been the attorneys of record in over 4000 cases and are anticipating their 1000th case dismissal.

LUFKIN, Texas Criminal Attorneys James Sullivan and Associates treat every person they represent as if they were a friend and neighbor.   When you call, likely James Sullivan or an associate will answer your call themselves.  You will be dealing with Attorneys, not secretaries, assistants, or answering machines.

LUFKIN, Texas Lawyer James Sullivan is Board Certified in Juvenile Law by the State of Texas.  Juvenile Law is different than criminal law. Note: Among the more than 83,000 active lawyers in Texas, there are only 38 lawyers Board Certified in Juvenile Law in private practice.  The other 27 such lawyers work for the government.

If we can be of any assistance, or you just want to talk about your situation, please call ANGELINA County Criminal Defense Attorneys James Sullivan & Associates at (281) 546-6428.
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The Spanish Franciscan priests, who established the early Indian missions, found a strong ally in the young Indian girl that they named Angelina or "Little Angel." Eventually her village became known as Angelina's village and the stream where it was located became Angelina's river. In 1693 she traveled to Mexico with the Spanish priests and then returned to East Texas where she kept the spark of Christianity alive for her Spanish Fathers. Angelina also served as an interpreter for early French explorers. The Marquis de Aquayo noted in his journal of 1721 that Angelina stood with the other village tribal chieftains and wielded considerable influence as well as directing much of the tribal functions. Spain's "Little Angel" probably died several years later and is thought to be buried in the vicinity of Mission Conception near the Angelina River. Angelina stitched her life into the whole fabric of East Texas. Her name is given to a river, a village, a National Forest, and to our county.