Hon. Richard W. B. Davis

Hon. Richard W. B. Davis

Rick Davis & Associates
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Rick Davis graduated from Texas A&M University class of ‘85 where he received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering. While at Texas A&M University, he was a member of the Fight'n Texas Aggie Corps of Cadets and, upon graduation, was commissioned a Second Lieutenant in the United States Army. After becoming a qualified Infantry Officer, he served for ten years in the 49th Armored Division of the Texas Army National Guard as a qualified Armor Officer. Rick made Company Commander of an M-1 Tank Company while still a 1st Lieutenant.

While serving in the Texas Army National Guard, raising a family and working at NASA, Rick attended the University of Houston - Bates Law Center. He sat for the Bar exam early, and while still in law school, received both his law degree and law license in May 1992. Upon becoming licensed to practice law, he initially practiced with a prominent Bryan law firm. He then started his own law practice in 1995 and quickly established himself as an aggressive and strategic lawyer.

In 1998, he ran for and was elected Judge of Brazos County Court at Law No. 2. With the encouragement of several lawyers who appreciated his hard work on the Bench. He ran for and was elected Judge of the 272nd District Court in 2000, and was re-elected to that post in 2004. As a Judge, he was known as a positive judicial force with high energy and wise decision-making ability. Rick ranked highest among the District Judges in the 2006 Brazos County Bar Association poll, the last poll conducted before he left the bench to return to private practice.

State Bar of Texas, 1992

J.D. — The University of Houston Law Center, 1992
B.S., Mechanical Engineering — Texas A&M University, 1985

Practice Areas
  • Criminal Law
  • DUI & DWI
  • Personal Injury
  • Divorce
  • Family Law
  • Domestic Violence
  • Juvenile Law
  • Estate Planning
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Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
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Professional Experience
Rick Davis & Associates
District Judge
272nd District Court, Brazos County, Texas
Brazos County Court at Law No. 2
University of Houston - Downtown
J.D. (1992)
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Texas A&M University School of Law
B.S. (1986) | Mechanical Engineering
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AV Rated
Top Rated Lawyer in Litigation
Professional Associations
Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association
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College of the State Bar of Texas
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Texas Bar Foundation
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Texas State Bar  # 05539100
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Articles & Publications
The Prison Sermons
Zenas Publishing House
Speaking Engagements
Guest Speaker , Texas A&M University
Texas A&M Pre-Law Society
I spoke about my journey through law school and my life as a litigator.
Lawyers of Distinction
Lawyers of Distinction
Websites & Blogs
Hon. Richard W. B. Davis' Website Profile
Rick Davis & Associates Website
Bryan & College Station Law News
Legal Answers
188 Questions Answered

Q. Being pregnant and French citizen, I want to deliver in France with my family. Do I need the authorization of the dad?
A: As long as you have a valid passport, have no outstanding warrants for any crime you may have committed, and France would not prevent you from flying in because of the Coronavirus, then there is no legal way that your baby's father can keep you here.
Q. If I wrote a check for deposit on car and it comes back can they have me arrested and take my car back?
A: If by "comes back" you mean that the check was returned for insufficient funds, yes, you could be arrested for Theft by Check.
Q. Im looking for more information on common law marriage
A: In Texas, in order for a common law marriage to exist for a couple, there are three requirements: 1) both parties agree to be married, 2) the two hold themselves out to the public as married, and 3) they must live together (for any amount of time). Some people prefer to document a common law marriage by filing a declaration with the County Clerk's office. Your local County Clerk's office can help you find the forms.
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Contact & Map
Rick Davis & Associates
504 E 27th St
Bryan, TX 77803
Toll-Free: (800) 499-1749
Telephone: (979) 779-4357
Fax: (888) 435-4080
Monday: 8 AM - 5 PM
Tuesday: 8 AM - 5 PM
Wednesday: 8 AM - 5 PM
Thursday: 8 AM - 5 PM
Friday: 8 AM - 5 PM
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed (Today)
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