Sarah has been practicing criminal defense and juvenile law in the DFW area since 2010. She defends clients in state, federal, and appellate courts. She has tried dozens of felony and misdemeanor cases.
She creates personal relationships with each client, adopts their struggle, and fights to protect them like family.
She is admitted to practice in all Texas courts, federally in the Northern and Eastern Districts of Texas, and the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals. She is a cum laude graduate of Thurgood Marshall School of Law, where she served as Chief Justice of the Board of Advocates.
Sarah has taught Texas Criminal Procedure as an adjunct professor at UNT Dallas College of Law and has published articles and taught seminars on criminal defense issues. She served on the Board of Dallas County Criminal Defense Lawyers Association and is an active member of The Ellis County Criminal Lawyers Association and the Texas Criminal Lawyers Association.
Sarah grew up in Dallas and graduated from Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts from Webster University in St. Louis, MO. Before law school she worked in professional theatres across the county; including Lincoln Center, Broadway, and a national tour. Her creative background gives her a unique perspective and skill set that she uses to fight for each and every client.