Ryan W. Gertz

Ryan W. Gertz

2630 Liberty
Beaumont, TX 77702

Phone: 409-833-6400

Website: gertzlawyers.com

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About Ryan W. Gertz

2018 Summer Session Graduate Born and raised in Beaumont, Ryan has deep roots in East Texas. His practice focuses mainly on state and federal criminal trial and appellate work throughout Texas. In fact, he is Board Certified in Criminal Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. Ryan is also AV rated as a preeminent lawyer by his peers via Martindale’s lawyer rating system and a member of the ‘Top 100 Trial Lawyers’ in Texas as recognized by the National Trial Lawyers organization. In 2015, he was voted a “Premier 100″ lawyer for the American Academy of Trial Attorneys and was a Graduate of the National College for DUI Defense Summer Session and Mastering Scientific Evidence Session. Since 2010, Ryan has tried numerous criminal cases before juries all over East Texas and met with great success. He has obtaining twenty six acquittals, three hung juries, and four directed verdicts in criminal cases during the past five years. Since late 2014, Ryan has tried nineteen cases, only two of which resulted in guilty verdicts. 2016 Summer Session Graduate; 2017 Summer Session Graduate

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