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Dustan Neyland

Dustan Neyland

Greco Neyland, PC
  • Criminal Law, DUI & DWI, White Collar Crime ...
  • Illinois, New York, Texas
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Ben Pearce
Ben Pearce December 6, 2018
Rating: 10 Lawyer Rating - 10 out of 10
Mr. Neyland is truly an exceptional oral advocate and trial attorney. I have had the opportunity to work with him for years and always take pride in knowing I can better myself by simply working with him.
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Patrick L. November 17, 2020
Best Criminal Defense Attorney in Houston Dustan Neyland has personalized license plates on his BMW – an abbreviated notation of “Not Guilty.” That is the confidence you get when you hire Dustan Neyland. Sums it all up right there. Dustan knows the law and how to protect your rights. Dustan always had time to meet with me at his office. There were several times that I was very concerned and Dustan put me at ease by inviting me to his office to discuss it. Dustan always responded to my texts and emails. Dustan is always well dressed and punctual to court. I think Dustan’s best trait is his extremely likeable personality. Dustan is the kind of guy that you want to be friends with. As far as his legal expertise, Dustan has a brilliant mind. Extremely knowledgeable about the criminal law in the State of Texas. We never went to trial. I’m super happy that Dustan got the DA’s office to dismiss the charge. A huge weight has been lifted off my shoulders. I made a great decision hiring Dustan Neyland last April (2019) based on his AVVO reviews. I had very little time to interview multiple attorneys. My ex had filed a Class 3 Felony Child Endangerment charge against me and Precinct 4 Constables were hunting me down like I was El Chapo. I won custody of my son back in 2016. My ex claimed that I had left bruises on my son, while disciplining him with a belt. She lied to Precinct 4 constables and the DA accepted the charge. The truth is that my son fell on his mountain bike playing with two friends at the elementary school on the weekend. The boys had also been playing a game of spider. I noticed the bruises Sunday night (April 14, 2019). I disciplined my son the following Tuesday night. I dropped my son off at school on Thursday morning (before Good Friday 2019), and that night his mother sent me emails asking how my son got the horrible bruises. I explained to her 4 times that he fell on his mountain bike. The following Monday, I had a warrant out for my arrest. My ex would not return my son to me. I never thought that my ex could lie to the police to get false charges accepted against me by the DA’s office. Precinct 4 never contacted me to ask what happened. My ex kept my son away from me starting Good Friday 2019 up until July 2019. Then she filed in family court asking for sole custody of my son based on the family violence charge in criminal court. I had Dustan representing me in criminal court and 2 family attorneys representing me in family court. Dustan arranged a poly graph test and put together an excellent Grand Jury packet. The Grand Jury indicted me on the felony charge (October 2019). To quote “Bonfire of the Vanities” - "a grand jury would 'indict a ham sandwich,' if that's what you wanted." My ex won temporary custody of my son September 2019 and the family court put me in reunification therapy with my son (October to December 2019). By doing this, the family court enabled my ex to continue with the parental alienation. Fortunately, the psychiatrist found out the truth very quickly about my ex and how she manipulated my son and lied to the police about the bruises. I was given expanded visitation at a family court hearing, January 2020. In the meantime, Dustan kept resetting my criminal court dates as I waged a war in family court. The reunification therapy helped my son get over his fear of his father going to jail for 2 to 20 years. His mother had told him if he left the school with his Dad or if he walked back to his Dad’s house (same neighborhood), that his Dad was going to go to prison. My son started running away from his mother frequently between January 2020 and May 2020. He no longer feared his mother and the lies that she had used to keep him away from me. Dustan communicated with the DA on the case, who agreed to speak with the therapist, and also interview my son. We tried to schedule the interview with the child during Spring Break (March 2020) and then in April 2020. However, the pandemic hit. The DA’s offices were closed most of the summer. Dustan scheduled a zoom conference between my son and the DA on October 22nd. My ex tried to manipulate my son by telling him that he could go to Juvie if he told the truth to the DA. Dustan checked with the DA the day before the meeting, and the current DA (6th one on the case) found notes from the previous DA (5th DA on the case). The 5th DA had spoken to my son in April 2020 (on his mother’s cell phone). Dustan also sent the DA’s office the transcripts from the psychiatrist’s testimony in family court (June 2020). Dustan asked the DA to dismiss the charges based on their notes from the interview with the child or set for trial. We had a hearing on October 26th, and it was reset for Nov 12th. The DA needed time to review the case. The charge was dismissed on November 12 – “State cannot prove beyond a reasonable doubt.” Thank you, Dustan Neyland (AKA the criminal defense attorney who gets “Not Guilty” verdicts).
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Dustan O. Neyland is a passionate and experienced criminal defense attorney who aggressively fights for the rights of his clients. Dustan is a partner and attorney at Greco Neyland, PC, which represents clients throughout the Houston Metropolitan Area and the State of Texas. Dustan is passionate about making sure the rights of his clients are heard. He believes each person deserves fair treatment, and he works to ensure each client has a fair chance. He represents people in a variety of criminal defense cases, including DWI, drug charges, white collar charges, terrorism charges and weapons offenses.

After graduating from Oklahoma University School of Law, he began his work in the legal field at a civil litigation law firm. There he learned how to uncover important facts in cases and develop strong, successful litigation strategies. Dustan also has experience as a prosecuting attorney where he handled a variety of misdemeanor and felony cases. In addition to earning his juris doctor, Dustan has completed a Forensic Chromatography Course taught by the American Chemical Society. This hands-on course allowed him to get a better understanding of how crime labs work and also how analysis mistakes can be made.

Dustan has extensive knowledge of science used in legal cases, and he can use his experience to challenge prosecutors in the courtroom. He is able to identify errors in drug cases and challenge prosecutors using flimsy and unreliable scientific methods. Dustan has received several awards for his work in the legal community, including being named among the Top 100 Criminal Defense Lawyers by The National Trial Lawyers in 2013 - 2017. In addition, he is active in several organizations, such as the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers.

Practice Areas
    Criminal Law
    Criminal Appeals, Drug Crimes, Expungement, Fraud, Gun Crimes, Internet Crimes, Sex Crimes, Theft, Violent Crimes
    DUI & DWI
    White Collar Crime
    Cannabis & Marijuana Law
    Marijuana Business Formation, Medical Marijuana
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Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
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New York
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U.S. Supreme Court
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US District Court - Eastern & Southern Districts of New York
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US District Court - Eastern, Western & Southern Districts of Texas
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  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Founding Partner
Greco Neyland, PC
- Current
Law Offices of Dustan Neyland
Harris County District Attorney’s Office
Oklahoma County District Attorney’s Office
Niemeyer, Alexander, Austin & Phillips, PC
Oklahoma City University School of Law
J.D. (2006) | Law
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University of Texas - San Antonio
B.B.A. (2003) | Economics
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Distinguished Lawyer - Criminal Defense
Lawyers of Distinction
Houston Top Lawyers
H Texas Magazine
Reader's Choice - Best Attorney
Living Magazine - Kingwood, Humble, Atascocita
Top Lawyers 2013
Houstonia Magazine
Top 100 Criminal Defense Lawyer
The National Trial Lawyers
2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017
Professional Associations
New York State Bar Association
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National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
- Current
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Texas State Bar  # 24058019
- Current
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Phi Alpha Delta
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Robert J. Turner American Inn of Court
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Speaking Engagements
DWI Investigation and Defenses, NE Harris County Bar Association, Kingwood, Texas
Blood Alcohol Analysis
American Chemical Society
Solid Drug Analysis
American Chemical Society
Blood Drug Analysis
American Chemical Society
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2 Questions Answered
Q. Can my car insurance company drop me if I’ve had a DUI?
A: Car insurance companies base their decision to set rates or cancel an insured based on risk. Having an intoxication offense on your record can certainly be a reason for non-renewal/cancellation or increased rates.
Q. Possible sentence for possession of a drug ^1Gr and tampering with evidence?
A: The punishment range for PCS Less than 1gram is 180 days to 2 years in a state jail. You may also be eligible for probation or deferred adjudication. The punishment range for Tampering with Evidence is 2 to 10 years in prison. You may also be eligible for probation or deferred adjudication.
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Greco Neyland, PC
Houston Office
701 N Post Oak Rd
Houston, TX 77024
Telephone: (713) 234-1934
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Montgomery County Office
336 N Main St
Conroe, TX 77301
Telephone: (713) 234-1934
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Kingwood Office
900 Rockmead Dr
Kingwood, TX 77339
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