Brian T. Powers, Attorney at Law, knows that choosing a criminal defense attorney is the most important decision of your life. That is why he is personally dedicated to achieving the best outcome for every client in every case. Brian has over fourteen years of experience in the field of criminal justice as a decorated police officer, a felony prosecutor, and a skilled defense attorney. Let his past help in protecting your future.
Decorated Police Officer
Brian became a police officer at the age of 21 after graduating early with a degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Texas at San Antonio. During his tenure as a police officer, he was awarded commendations for the arrest of one of "America's Most Wanted," as well as the arrest of 67 white-collar criminals within three months. As a police officer, Brian saw first-hand the criminal justice process.
After graduating from the top-tiered University of Iowa law school and a successful internship with the United State's Attorney's Office, Brian joined the ranks of the Bexar County District Attorney's Office. During his first two years, he managed thousands of domestic and family violence criminal matters and took many to a successful jury verdict. Brian was eventually promoted to Felony Family Violence Prosecutor and handled hundreds of family violence cases involving sexual assaults, indecency, aggravated offenses, and murder.
Dedicated Defense Attorney
Since leaving the DA's office, Brian has focused on achieving excellence as a dedicated defense attorney to all of his clients. Whether it be a simple misdemeanor or a high-profile felony, you will receive the best defense, honest advice, and a strategy that will help ensure the best outcome possible. Call for a free consultation today.
2008 Solo Practitioner, Criminal Defense Attorney
2006 Assistant District Attorney, Bexar County District Attorney's Office
2005 Juris Doctorate, The University of Iowa College of Law
2004 Intern, United State's Attorney's Office
1999 Police Officer, City of Eugene, Oregon Juris Doctor (2005)
1998 BA Criminal Justice, University of Texas at San Antonio