Montgomery County Criminal & DWI Defense

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Montgomery County was just the third county established after the birth of the Republic of Texas.  The main courthouse was built in 1936.  Today, the courthouse complex is made up of three buildings containing courts.

Montgomery County is considered a rural county and is comprised of the following cities and unincorporated areas:

Cities- Conroe, Cut and Shoot, Houston (small portion), Magnolia, Montgomery, Oak Ridge North, Panorama Village, Patton Village, Roman Forest, Shenandoah, Splendora, Stagecoach, Woodbranch, Woodloch, Willis

Unincorporated Areas- Dobbin, Decker Prairie, Imperial Oaks, New Caney, Porter, River Plantation, Tamina, The Woodlands

Facing DWI Charges in Conroe?

Don’t face DUI or DWI charges in Conroe alone. If you are facing criminal charges for driving under the influence, or driving while intoxicated, you should find an experienced DWI lawyer in Conroe who understands the court systems and can defend you. If you have been arrested for a DWI you only have 15 days from the date of your arrest to request a hearing. Don’t wait till your license is suspended; call (936) 647-5550 today!

Need a Montgomery County Criminal Lawyer?

If you have found yourself in trouble in Montgomery County, whether it is for DUI, assault or marijuana/drug possession, then you need a Montgomery County criminal lawyer that knows the system. You need an attorney that practices in the County courts regularly, who is familiar with the Judges, and the Assistant District Attorneys.  If you are in Conroe or anywhere in Montgomery County and find yourself facing criminal charges, contact the Saman Law Firm and talk with a Montgomery County lawyer who will provide you with THE AGGRESSIVE & EFFECTIVE DEFENSE!

The Saman Law Firm Conroe office is located at:

804 W Dallas St #8
Conroe, TX 77301
By Appointment Only.
(936) 647-5550

Our Conroe Office is located close to the courthouse for your convenience.  If you need a map, just click HERE.

Look up you Misdemeanor Case, then click HEREFor Felonies, click HERE.