Mark Snodgrass

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Mark Snodgrass is a graduate of Texas Tech University and St. Mary's School of Law. Mark is a solo practitioner devoted exclusively to defending the rights of the citizen accused. Mark has lectured all across the state of Texas on various subjects relating to the criminal law. Mark is a past president of the Lubbock Criminal Defense Lawyers Association. Mark served on the board of directors of TCDLA from 2003 to 2010.  He has served on the executive committee as well as several other TCDLA committees and  is a past chair of the Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Project.

Stories from Mark Snodgrass

Tuesday, June 5th, 2018

As I sit at my desk writing this first President’s Message column for TCDLA, I cannot help but think of a cold winter day when my son Luke was about five years old. The two of us were driving down a dirt road, and we passed by a flat rock perched on top of a fence post. Luke glanced at me in with a look of wonder in his eye and asked, “Dad, how did that rock get there?” Over the next mile or two, he came up with several theories on his own, each a little more grandiose than the previous, before finally asking the question again.