The Law Offices of Clinton B. Portis, Attorney and Counselor at Law

The Law Offices of Clinton B. Portis

Office:   (281) 407-6244
Fax:       (281) 407-6244

1302 Waugh Dr. #492
Houston, Texas, 77019

Our Philosophy

Here at The Law Offices of Clinton B. Portis, we understand that Criminal and Civil Litigation can be very stressful.  The last thing you need is an attorney who will collect their retainer, fail to return calls, refuse to include you in the legal process, and take every opportunity to maximize their fees at your expense.

 We understand these concerns and we pride ourselves on our honest and straightforward approach to dealing with our clients and their legal concerns.  It is important to us to give you an easy to understand analysis of your situation and explain your legal options.  We make ourselves available to answer your questions and concerns and will aggressively pursue the best interest of our clients.  We firmly believe that the best interest of our clients represents much more than just succeeding at the courthouse, it means giving our clients a clear picture of their options and assisting them in making a choice which makes financial and legal sense, even if it means that we collect less legal fees.  We also believe that one of the most important parts of representing you is to ensure regular communication.  This includes promptly returning your phone calls and e-mails, initiating communication with you concerning your case, and accommodating your busy schedule, whether by meeting you at your business or home or after regular business hours.


DWI Defense

With a Driving While Intoxicated charge in Texas, you can face pain, inconvenience, embarrassment, and added expenses for years to come including: the loss of your driver’s license, dramatic increases in your insurance premiums or the cancellation of your policy, substantial fines, a negative impact on your current and future employment, and jail time. The costs associated with a guilty plea can easily exceed $5,000.00.



Pretrial Diversion

Before you have been indicted and before your case is even filed with the District Attorney’s office, you may have options to minimize or avoid the consequences of a criminal charge.  We can discuss with you the pretrial diversion programs that may prevent the filing of criminal charges or dispose of them immediately after filing.  In other cases, we can contact the police department or prosecutor’s office directly, making strong legal arguments to prevent filing of the charges. We may also help get potential charges reduced or plea-bargained, including having felony charges reduced to misdemeanors.


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