RJ’s intrigue for his sister Dee Ann’s work inspired him to follow in her footsteps. After earning his Bachelor of Science in Business Management and playing baseball at the college level, RJ went on to further his education at the Texas Southern University Thurgood Marshall School of Law. During that time, he interned at the Al Flores Law Firm in Houston and was an active member of the Hispanic Law Student Association.
Since then, RJ has had tremendous success in his profession, including granting clients release from jail. Still, RJ continues to take educational courses and stay up late reading to expand his knowledge and training. He has completed advanced coursework through the Criminal Defense Lawyer Trial College in Huntsville, Texas and doesn’t plan to ever stop learning.
Part of this relentless dedication may stem from an early moment in RJ’s career. Two months after becoming licensed as an attorney, RJ took his first case to trial and lost. You might think this would have discouraged him, but instead, he transformed the experience into motivation. In that moment, he told himself he would do everything his power to never lose a case again. To this day, his promise holds true.
My mission is straight and to the point — achieve results.