San Antonio, Texas Criminal Defense & Immigration Attorney
Law Firm OverviewThe Law Office of Anthony B. Cantrell is a criminal defense and immigration firm located in San Antonio, Texas and serving clients throughout the region.
Attorney Anthony B. Cantrell has nearly 30 years of legal experience and is Board Certified in Criminal Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. He is admitted to the State of Texas Courts, the U.S. Court of Appeals 5th Circuit, the U.S. District Court for the Western, Northern, and Southern Districts of Texas, and the U.S. Supreme Court.
With dedicated advocacy, Mr. Cantrell seeks the best possible outcome for those facing criminal charges and offers vigorous and skillful defense strategies designed to minimize his clients’ exposure to severe penalties.
Year this Office was Established: 1989
Languages: Spanish, English
Areas of Law
Additional Areas of Law: Drug Trafficking; Drug Zone; Drunk Driving Defenses; Driver's License Suspension and Revocation; DUI DWI Zone; Mental Health & Crime; Sealing Juvenile Records; Elder Violence; Family Violence; Federal Offenses; Illegal Search and Seizure; Internet Crimes; Capital Offenses; Family Violence; Possession with Intent to Distribute; Sexual Offenses ;Child Pornography; Public Lewdness & Indecent Exposure; Rape Charges Defense; Traffic Violations; CDL Commercial Driver's License Tickets; Driving While License Suspended; Expired Registration - No Insurance; Failure to Yield; Speeding Tickets; Traffic Ticket Warrants.
Mr. Anthony B. Cantrell
Controlled Substances, Criminal Defense, Drug Crime, DUI, DWI
- State Bar of Texas
- American Bar Association
- San Antonio Bar Association
- Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association
More Information on The Law Office of Anthony B. CantrellImmigration
Criminal Record Expungement
The Law Office of Anthony B. Cantrell Blog
The Law Office of Anthony B. Cantrell News and Publications
Articles Published by The Law Office of Anthony B. Cantrell
For decades, legislatures have drafted laws with severe consequences for those convicted of certain drug offenses. Any time a new drug started to become more commonly used, new laws would be enacted in an effort to slow the drug's spread. If the punishments were not severe enough, changes would be made to the laws to ensure that the penalties conveyed the seriousness of the charges.Read Article
Some lawmakers think modifications are needed to lower recidivism rates.Read Article