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Tristan Nicolas LeGrande

Tristan Nicolas LeGrande

LeGrande Law
  • Criminal Law, DUI & DWI, Juvenile Law ...
  • Texas
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Attorney Tristan LeGrande of LeGrande Law has a track record of success as a criminal defense attorney. Since 2012 attorney LeGrande has been defending clients charged with felonies and misdemeanors all over the state of Texas.

Here at LeGrande Law, we know that when you are accused of a crime it is a very difficult and very important matter. We are dedicated to fighting for our clients’ rights and doing everything possible to achieve the best resolution of our clients’ cases. The formula for our success at LeGrande Law is: an unwavering dedication to our clients, a strong work ethic, experience, and proven results.

Practice Areas
    Criminal Law
    Criminal Appeals, Drug Crimes, Expungement, Fraud, Gun Crimes, Internet Crimes, Sex Crimes, Theft, Violent Crimes
    DUI & DWI
    Juvenile Law
    Domestic Violence
    Domestic Violence Criminal Defense, Domestic Violence Restraining Orders
    White Collar Crime
  • Free Consultation
    Free In-Office consultations during normal business hours (8am-5pm, M-F)
  • Credit Cards Accepted
    Credit Cards accepted with a 2% transaction fee
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
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  • English: Spoken, Written
  • Spanish: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Criminal Defense Attorney
LeGrande Law
- Current
Associate Attorney
The Law Office of Thomas J. Henry
Associate Attorney
The Lacroix Law Firm
Criminal Defense Lawyer
LeGrande Law
Law Clerk
Multi-district Litigation Asbestos Court
Law Clerk
165th Civil District Court
Law Clerk
11th Civil District Court
Law Clerk
Mcafall, Breitbeil and Shults
South Texas College of Law
J.D. (2008) | Criminal Litigation
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University of Oklahoma College of Law
B.A. (2004) | Political Science and English Literature
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Top 40 Under 40
National Trial Lawyers
Professional Associations
Harris County Criminal Lawyers Association
- Current
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Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association
- Current
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Articles & Publications
14th District Court of Appeals Opinion - 14-16-00332-CR - REVERSED AND REMANDED
14th District Court of Appeals
Speaking Engagements
My experience, Texas Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers, 27th Annual Convention, Houston, Texas
Texas Lawyers Assistance Program (TLAP)
Websites & Blogs
LeGrande Criminal Defense (Houston, TX)
Tristan LeGrande Criminal Defense Blog
Legal Answers
20 Questions Answered
Q. I was in a fight and the other person involved fled.I did not start the fight. Im being charged with assault.
A: Assault causing bodily injury is a class A Misdemeanor. If convicted, its up to 1yr in county jail, and up to a $4k fine. However, you are permitted to use physical force to defend yourself - to the extent and degree of the violence used against you. If someone assaults you, you can physically fight back to defend yourself. So, you may have a valid self defense argument. Find a lawyer you trust to review the facts and evidence and advise you of your options. Good luck.
Q. If I'm on probation for my ex's negligence and don't report, can I get it dismissed
A: Once you have pled guilty and been placed on probation, the case is over. It will not be re-opened and dismissed. You have to abide by the terms and conditions, or the probation could be revoked. Then you’d have to go to prison instead.
Q. Can i buy a firearm if im being charged with a felony?
A: No, you probably would get flagged in a firearm purchase due to the pending felony case. Also, a typical bond condition is no firearms or ammunition. So if that is a bond condition, you would not want to purchase or possess firearms while the case is pending. Often, even if you take probation, it is a condition of probation not to own firearms or ammunition. Once you FINISH a probation, the case is dismissed, or you are found not guilty, then you can purchase or possess a firearm, so long as you don't have other disqualifying history. More don't trust your lawyer to provide you legal advice? Bummer! If you are convicted of the felony, you can never legally purchase a firearm again. Make sure you hire someone you trust before you decide what to do on your felony case. Whatever choice you make will have lifelong consequences.
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Contact & Map
Criminal Defense Attorney
One City Centre
1021 Main Street, Suite # 1275
Houston, TX 77002
Telephone: (281) 684-3500
Fax: (713) 575-9694
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