Michael Gerard Peña

Michael Gerard Peña

Michael Pena - Attorney and Counselor at Law

8441 Gulf Freeway
Suite 600
Houston, TX 77017

Phone: 713-222-0000

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About Michael Gerard Peña

Board Certified in Criminal Law (Since 1999) - Texas Board of Legal Specialization - State Bar of Texas (Admitted to practice 1994). Super Lawyer Honoree since 2012. Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association - DWI Warrior Certification 2020. Co-author: DWI/DUI Field Sobriety Testing Revisited: A Common Sense Voir Dire & Cross Examination to Show the Tests are Designed to Cause and Score Failures, The Champion, Journal of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, August 1996; 0.10 ALR Suspensions and DWI Prosecutions: Double Dipping into Double Jeopardy Territory, Voice for the Defense, Journal of the Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, September 1995; The Ten Commandments for Detoxifying the Intoxilyzer 5000: Getting the Truth Out in DWI Cases, Voice for the Defense, June 1995; DWI Demonstative Evidence in DUI Cases, The Champion, May 1995; DWI Demonstrative Evidence: Show and Tell the Easy, Voice for the Defense, April 1995; 1994-1995 DWI Law Changes: A Client Handout, Voice for the Defense, November 1994; Assistant Feature Articles Editor, Voice for the Defense. Speaker at numerous CLE Seminars for Criminal Defense Lawyers throughout the state. Member: National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers; Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association; Harris County Criminal Lawyers Association.


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