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Brian Kent Tillman

Brian Kent Tillman

Tillman Braniff, PLLC
  • Criminal Law, Domestic Violence, DUI & DWI...
  • Texas
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Practice Areas
  • Criminal Law
  • Domestic Violence
  • DUI & DWI
  • Stockbroker & Investment Fraud
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Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Texas
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Vermont
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Professional Experience
Owner/Partner
Tillman Braniff
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Owner
Law Office of Brian K. Tillman
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Associate Attorney
Dunham & Rogers
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Associate Attorney
Law Office of Nicholas L. Hadden
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Education
Vermont Law School
J.D.
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University of Texas - Austin
B.A. (1994)
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Professional Associations
Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association
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Austin Criminal Defense Lawyers Association
Member
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NORML Legal Committee
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Texas State Bar # 24043456
Member
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Vermont Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
Board Member
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Vermont Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
Member
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Legal Answers
2 Questions Answered

Q. Whats is Texas; Burglary in the 2nd degree
A: Mr. White is correct, I would only add that probation is also possible if you qualify and they are willing to accept you. Maximum probation term is 10 years. Things that would prevent probation are things like prior trips to the penitentiary, or a poor history with prior probations (like probation revocation). You should definitely consult an attorney with a serious offense like Burglary.
Q. If im being charged with possesion of less than two ounces and I only had a joint What options do I have
A: It means you have been charged with class B misdemeanor possession of marijuana. The maximum penalty is up to 6 months in the county jail, up to $2000 fine, or both. In addition, a conviction will result in a drivers license suspension and surcharges on your license. Treatment of marijuana cases vary widely from county to county in Texas. It's not possible to say what any given county will do, but in any event you can look forward to a minimum of some good ol' counseling, some community service, and sobriety.
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Tillman Braniff
1307 Nueces St.
Austin, TX 78701
USA
Telephone: (512) 236-0505