Practice Areas


An appeal is a review by at least three judges to see if the trial judge made the correct decision.

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A writ of habeas corpus is the process which is available after the appeal is over with. Writs normally take at least a year.

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Criminal Defense

Larry Warner has tried over 200 jury trials. If you’ve been charged with a crime, we can defend you.

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Immigration & Citizenship

If you want to come to the United States as a permanent resident or if you want to obtain United States citizenship, we can help you.

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About Mr. Warner

Larry Warner is an experienced state and federal appeal lawyer who has practiced law for 40 years. He has been admitted before the Supreme Court of Texas since 1973 and the Supreme Court of the United States since 1984. He is admitted, or is to be admitted, before every United States Court of Appeal from Sacramento to Boston and Denver to Atlanta. In addition, Mr. Warner has taught criminal law and procedure at the law school level.

Mr. Warner is often called upon by other counsel to assist at the trial stage, making sure that all potential errors are preserved for appellate review. He is also available to assist other attorneys in writing briefs and analyzing issues to be raised in appeals filed by attorneys outside the firm.


40 Years in Successful Practice

  • Graduate of the University of Texas School of Law
  • Board Certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization
  • Admitted as a member of the Bar of the U.S. Supreme Court
  • Former Member of the Texas House of Representatives
  • Member of The State Bar of Texas Committees on Evidence, Criminal Law and The Rules of Conduct for Lawyers

Free Case Evaluation

With more than 40 years as a successful attorney, Larry Warner has the knowledge and expertise to assist you with your case.

He can guide you through each step of the appeal process, or can represent you should you need criminal defense.

My husband was falsely charged with stealing $100,000 from a business partner and ordered to jail. Mr. Warner kept him out on bail until the Court of Appeals found him not guilty and ordered the charges dismissed.

Honors and Awards