Even in the face of adversity or impossibility, we defend your rights and freedoms tirelessly.DWI Defense
When placed under the scrutiny of a judge, you deserve an advocate who fights for your clean slate.What Makes Us Different?
The system can make anyone feel marginalized. We level the playing field and refuse to let you be victimized.Cases We Handle
Helping our clients means more than just taking on a case. It means acting as their mouthpiece and saving their freedom when they need it most.
At The Law Office of Rene A. Flores PLLC, we are devoted to mastering the practice of litigation. This is crucial for many reasons, but primarily, it means you will not have just a suit and tie representing you. You will work with a seasoned legal professional– not a paper pusher. You will work with a highly qualified trial lawyer– not an assistant. You will work with a true legal advocate – not a plea bargainer.
Our Hidalgo County criminal defense lawyer knows how to persuade juries and judges. Our firm knows how to stand before a courtroom on your behalf because we truly support your cause. We are compassionate advocates and staunchly loyal legal counselors who can bolster your side of the story with the power and strength of the law.
Whether you are facing first-time charges or a loved one has been charged with a serious DWI / DUI, you deserve to work with a lawyer who is committed to shedding light on your situation. It can be easy to lose sight of hope, especially when faced with the reality of a seemingly unforgiving criminal justice system. We work zealously on your behalf so that you can walk away with a clean, clear slate. Let us shoulder your burden so you can move on with your life.
“My mission is to make sure your fears and anxieties are minimized as I guide you through the legal system. An encounter with law enforcement officials is very traumatic, and in part, humiliating. I provide my clients with a clear understanding of how the criminal justice system works.”
The decision to become a lawyer evolved as a natural course of life. As the son of a lawyer, I saw the firsthand work of a true counselor. Though my early days were marked by general clerical duties, like filing paperwork and answering phone calls, I watched my mother intently as she fiercely represented her clients and their rights. Importantly, I saw how she earned the respect of her professional peers. I became an attorney and started my own firm in November 2008 before becoming a Municipal Judge for the City of Palmview.