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A jury in the 221st state District Court in Montgomery County found a 22-year-old Magnolia man not guilty Thursday on two counts of indecency with a child by sexual contact after a four-day trial. “This is a fascinating case, and I believed in my client’s innocence from the very beginning,” Brian Burns said.
A Conroe man charged with murder resulting from a love triangle was convicted and sentenced Wednesday to only nine years in prison after his lawyers Brian Burns and Richard Canlas argued he was acting in self defense.
A 41-year-old Spring man received probation after being found guilty of two child sexual abuse charges. Assistant District Attorney Nancy Hebert sought a life sentence. Local defense attorneys Joe LaBella and Brian Burns represented Maldonado.
A window at the law office of Brian Burns is seen as part of the city's competition for best decorated window Friday, Dec. 9, 2016, in Conroe.
Montgomery County commissioners unanimously approved a resolution Tuesday to establish the county’s own veterans treatment court program. Criminal defense attorney Brian Burns volunteered to represent the veterans in the program pro bono until a Veterans Treatment Court defense counsel can be named.
This is why court interpreters are fundamental to carrying out the Constitutional right to due process, Conroe criminal defense attorney Brian Burns explained. For defendants with limited English proficiency, he continued, the court interpreter affords them due process in understanding in their native language the legal proceedings in full. .