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Clay S. Conrad

Clay S. Conrad

Looney & Conrad
  • Appeals & Appellate, Criminal Law, DUI & DWI
  • Texas
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Professional Summary
Experienced appellate and criminal defense counsel with accomplished background in State and Federal litigation. Over twenty years of experience in both whitecollar and blue-collar cases ranging from State misdemeanors to Federal felonies.

Education
University of Texas School of Law,
J.D., cum laude – 1995

Academic Publications
Yes: Juries Can and Should Correct the Overly Broad use of Criminal
Sanctions, in W.R. Palacios, P.F. Cromwell, R.G. Dunham, ed., Crime and Justice in America: Present Realities and Future Prospects, Prentice Hall,
2002

Jury Nullification: The Evolution of a Doctrine (Carolina Academic Press, 1998) 334 pages.

Professional Publications
Rethinking the Jury, The Defender, July 2016 and Aug. 2015

Jury Persuasion in Criminal Cases Utilizing Solution Selling Techniques
Voice for the Defense, Dec., 2014

Proceeding Vaguely: Obstruction of a Pending Proceeding under 18 U.S.C. 1505
The Champion, Aug. 2014

Using Theories and Themes to Acquit the Guilty, The Defender, Winter, 2004

Book Review: The American Jury System (Contemporary Law Series) by Randolph N. Jonakait, The Champion, August, 2004
Anointing the Arbitrary; The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals and Texas Code of Criminal Procedure Art. 28.01 (6), Voice for the Defense, June, 2004

Preserving the Presumption of Innocence and Protecting Against Burden Shifting: Identifying Mischaracterizations of Reasonable Doubt, Voice for the Defense, October 2003

A No-Compromise Jury Instruction, Voice for the Defense, June 2003

Jury Nullification in Capital Cases, Voice for the Defense, July/August 2000

The Lawyer’s Challenge, The Champion, January/February 2000

Not Fully Informed About FIJA (A Response), Judge’s Journal, Winter, 1997

Communication Skills, Voice for the Defense, December, 1996

Practice Areas
  • Appeals & Appellate
  • Criminal Law
  • DUI & DWI
Fees
  • Free Consultation
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Contingent Fees
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Texas
5th Circuit
Professional Experience
Shareholder
Looney & Conrad
- Current
Shareholder
Lamson & Looney
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Associate
Paul C. Looney & Associates
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Attorney
Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association
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Education
University of Texas - Austin
J.D. | Law Degree
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Honors: With honors
Professional Associations
Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association
Director
- Current
Harris County Criminal Lawyers Association
Member
- Current
National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
Member
- Current
Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association
Associate Director
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American Jury Institute
Chair
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Publications
Articles & Publications
Jury Nullification: The Evolution of a Doctrine
Carolina Academic Press
Scapegoating the Jury
Cornell Journal of Law and Public Policy
Jury Nullification as a Defense Strategy
Texas Forum on Civil Liberties and Civil RIghts
Websites & Blogs
Website
Social Media
Contact & Map
Looney & Conrad, P.C.
905 Austin Street Ste 105
Hempstead, TX 77445
USA
Telephone: (979) 826-8484
Cell: (713) 823-9507
Fax: (281) 597-8284
Looney & Conrad, P.C.
11767 Katy Freeway
Ste. 740
Houston, TX 77079
USA
Telephone: (281) 597-8818
Fax: (281) 597-8284