Born into a family of construction workers, Mr. Stamper learned the value of hard work and long days to get the job done. He is no stranger to hard work, and believes that if itâ€™s worth doing, itâ€™s worth doing right. This commitment to excellence defines every aspect of his practice. Since law school, Mr. Stamper has continued to work tirelessly for his clients. He is licensed by the Supreme Court of Texas, as well as the United States Federal District Court for the Southern District of Texas.
Mr. Stamper currently serves as an on the Board of Directors for the Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association. TCDLA, as it is known, has over 3200 members and is the nationâ€™s largest state criminal defense organization. As part of his commitment to defending those accused of Driving While Intoxicated, Mr. Stamper is a founding member of the DUI Defense Lawyerâ€™s Association.
Mr. Stamper also completed the Forensic Chromatography course conducted by Axion Training Institute in Chicago, Illinois. Chromatography is the method under which most forensic blood alcohol testing is performed when police are investigating intoxicated driving offenses. Led by some of the nationâ€™s leaders in criminal forensic chemical testing, this week-long course involved hands-on training in the very methods utilized by the police.
Mr. Stamper also is a former Director on the Ellis County Bail Bond Board, which is responsible for governing the giving and making of bail bonds in Ellis County, and is a member of the Ellis County Criminal Defense Lawyers Association. Mr. Stamper is a member of the College of the State Bar of Texas, an honorary organization that recognizes members for their commitment to high ethical and educational standards. He is also a proud Ranch Club member of the Gerry Spence Trial Lawyerâ€™s Association, as well as a Comanche Club member with TCDLA.
Mr. Stamper graduated magna cum laude from Texas Tech University, and earned his law degree from Texas Tech University School of Law. While in law school, he found his passion defending people accused of crimes. He clerked at the Dallas County Public Defenders Office and the Federal Public Defender Office for the Northern District of Texas. Based on his outstanding performance in the Texas Tech Criminal Defense Clinic, Mr. Stamper earned the Clifford W. Brown Award â€“ an award given to a single student each year by the Lubbock County Criminal Defense Lawyers Association.
Additionally, Mr. Stamper earned many other notable accolades throughout law school, including membership in the prestigious Order of the Barristers, ABA Arbitration National Champion, Criminal Defense Clinic CALI Award for Excellence, Board of Barristers Executive Board, and intra-school Negotiations Champion.
Importantly, Mr. Stamper understands the difficult hurdles that people face, and has devoted his practice solely to criminal defense and helping people during trying times. He believes that everyone, regardless of circumstances, deserves to have their rights protected completely and aggressively. There are no exceptions.
When the Government and all of its endless resources come calling, you need a fearless battle-tested champion to stand between you and those that wish to brand you a criminal. When the Government charges you with a crime, it's the fight of your life, for your life. No one should have to go it alone when so much is on the line. Let Mr. Stamper stand up for you!