A. Clay Graham
Born: 1970, Longview, Texas.
Education: Bachelor of Science, Nursing, University of Texas at Austin.
Juris Doctor, Texas Wesleyan School of Law.
Admitted to practice in all state courts in Texas, and the United States Federal District Court, Northern and Eastern Divisions.
Areas of Practice: Criminal Defense. Professional Health Care License Defense.
Professional Associations: Dallas County Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, Tarrant County Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, Texas DWI Defenders, American Nurses Association, Texas Nurses Association
Clay Graham is a native Texan and currently lives in Tarrant County. He is married to Grace Aguila. Prior to obtaining his law license, Clay practiced as a Registered Nurse for 12 years, with an emphasis in Cardiology and Cancer Care.
Clay defends Registered and Licensed Vocational Nurses anywhere in Texas.
Clay focuses his criminal defense practice to felony and misdemeanor charges in Dallas, and Tarrant Counties. Charges filed in surrounding counties are considered on a case by case basis.
Clay practices extensively as a criminal defense lawyer, and represents clients charged with offenses ranging from simple assault to aggravated felony offenses. Additionally, Clay has defended more than 500 clients in Administrative Driver’s License Revocation Hearings as part of his representation for clients charged with Driving While Intoxicated in Dallas and Tarrant County. Clay has defended clients in all misdemeanor and felony courts in both Dallas and Tarrant County.
Clay is Of Counsel with the Law Offices of Deandra Grant, and is co-counsel with Ms. Grant for clients in Tarrant County. Ms. Grant is regarded as one of the best DWI trial lawyers in the state of Texas, and is both a state and nationally recognized expert in the area of criminal defense for DWI charges that involve blood test evidence.http://www.texasdwisite.com/Attorneys.aspx
Clay held the position of Case Coordinator for the Innocence Project of Texas, and contributed more than 1000 volunteer hours to the organization since 2005. Clay was elected to the Board of Directors for the Innocence Project of Texas in November, 2011.