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Mark A. Sampson Serving Austin and the surrounding communities since 1993.

Attorney Profile

Mark A. Sampson, P.C. - Attorney at Law

The Law Office of Mark A. Sampson, P.C. is a firm committed to legal excellence. We pride ourselves in preparing for trial as thoroughly and meticulously as possible. It is our goal to properly assess and evaluate the case in order to avoid legal pitfalls. Being knowledgeable of the law is key and essential to a proper defense.

  • Graduate of the University of Texas School of Law Austin, Texas in 1992
  • Admitted to the State Bar of Texas in May of 1993
  • Licensed by the Texas Supreme Court
  • Member of the State Bar College
  • Member of the Austin Black Lawyers Association
  • Treasurer of the Travis County Bar Association –Criminal Law Section 2002-2003
  • Vice-Chairman of the Travis County Bar Association Criminal Law Section-2003-2004
  • Member of the Austin Criminal Defense Lawyers Association 2003-2004
  • Licensed in Federal Court in the Western District of Texas
  • Not Certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization

Mark A. Sampson is not a former Prosecutor. He has never prosecuted an individual on behalf of the Government. He has been committed to defending those who are charged with criminal offenses and will pursue injury claims with a diligence.

Mark A. Sampson is licensed in Federal Court in the Western District of Texas. Most of our federal cases involve drug crimes or firearms, however, we can litigate any federal criminal case.

Phones answered 24 hours a day. There are four primary ways an individual can be bonded out from jail: 1) 100 Percent Cash Bond -- Refundable Once Case is Finished, 2) Personal Bond, 3) Cash Deposit Bond (With Attorney's Assistance), 4) Surety Bond (Private Bail Bond Company or Attorney). All jail release fees are applied to representation fees. In some cases it is better to hire an attorney rather than a bail bond company. If you hire a private bail bond company for release, you will then turn around and have to retain the services of an attorney. In short, you pay twice.

In most cases we have a payment plan option that should fit your financial situation. We try to make the plan affordable to you. Typically, the retainer fee is about one-third of the total contract, and many times the remaining balance can be paid within 90 days from the date of the contract. We accept cash, cashier's check, money orders and credit cards (MasterCard, Visa, American Express) and personal checks are accepted if you have an existing contractual relationship with our firm.

If you have been charged with a DWI, a misdemeanor, or a felony, it is important that you hire an attorney. Do not wait. DWI charges can be time-sensitive and might seriously impact your future if not properly handled.

This website is for educational and information purposes only and is not intended to serve as legal advice to those who encounter the same. This website was not designed to create any contractual attorney-client privilege or relationship. It is a policy of this firm that electronic communication does not establish an attorney-client relationship.

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