Tillman Braniff, PLLC
1405 Rio Grande St.
Austin, Texas 78701
512.236.0505
Tillman Braniff, PLLC, Criminal Attorneys.
DEFENDING INDIVIDUALS IN ALL CRIMINAL CASES AND JAIL RELEASE
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Austin Criminal Defense Lawyers

We are Austin Criminal Defense Lawyers dedicated to representing individuals against the state and federal government, and all incidental matters. If you have been arrested, have an active warrant, or even if you have just been contacted by the police and don't know what to do, call our office now to see how we can help. We can also often arrange Austin jail release if you have a friend or loved one in police custody. 

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Austin criminal defense lawyers defending your rights!

Brian Tillman and Rhett Braniff are dedicated Austin criminal defense lawyers who represent people faced with any type of criminal charge, whether misdemeanor or felony.  We regularly defend DWI, Drug Charges, Assault, Family Violence, Thefts, Fraud, Sex Crimes, and all other types of criminal cases.  We can provide immediate help to clear a warrant in Austin, Travis County, or other surrounding counties.  We can often arrange for jail release in Travis County, or help with bonds in other counties.  We help people with Probation Revocations and Early Terminations, and Parole Hearings and Revocations.  We also happily assist folks with Expunctions, Non-Disclosure Motions, and Occupational Drivers LIcenses.  We accept cases wherever they come from, mainly Travis County, Hays, Williamson, Burnet, Bastrop, Caldwell, and Blanco.  If you or a loved one may be in legal trouble, we would love to hear from you.  We offer free consultations.  Please call Rhett or Brian at (512) 236-0505 to see how we can help now.

Criminal Defense Attorney Lawyer Blog

The Smell of Weed is Probable Cause- and why that's a problem

Posted by Brian Tillman on February 05, 2013

Chesapeake (VA) police officer, Barrett Ring, claims that he can come up behind cars, open his vent and smell burnt marijuana coming from the car in front of him.

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What are jurors really thinking in a trial?

Posted by Brian Tillman on January 16, 2013

Well it's been a while, but it took humor to break me out of the blog doldrums I was in.  Cheers to humor, we don't get enough of that in this business.  Don't get me wrong, criminal lawyers do have a sense of humor.  But it's most often kept in the professional circles, much as I imagine paramedics, firefighters, or morticians joke amongst themselves.  In professions where things often don't end pleasantly, finding the lighter side of things can make it easier to keep plugging along.  What else you gonna do?

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