Randy Wilson

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Randy Wilson has been a sole practitioner in Abilene for more than 43 years, handling cases ranging from capital murder to DWI. He has handled eight capital cases during his years of practice, and none of his clients have received the death penalty. He was a defense attorney for several members of the Fundamentalist Church of Latter Day Saints subsequent to the State of Texas raid on the YFZ Ranch in Schleicher County when over 400 children were seized and removed by CPS. He is a former chair of Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Educational Institute and present Board Member. Other offices held by Randy Wilson include president of Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association and chair of the Criminal Justice Section of the State Bar of Texas. Randy is an “AV” Rated Attorney by Martindale Hubble. Randy has been married to Jo Ann for 48 years and has two children and two grandchildren. He has been Course Director for numerous seminars and is a frequent presenter as well.

Stories from Randy Wilson

So You Want to Be a Criminal Defense Attorney
Wednesday, June 4th, 2014

For the past 43-plus years, each morning I have gone to work as an attorney licensed by the State Bar of Texas. For the first 5 or so years, I worked for law firms, trying cases of many different types both criminal and civil.