Wade Russell

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Wade Russell was an Assistant Travis County Attorney prosecuting misdemeanor cases and white-collar crime, motor fuels tax fraud, and many serious felony charges. He has also worked as an Assistant Public Defender and contract public defender in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Wade also worked as an Assistant Director of the Legal Division of the Texas Water Commission, where he represented the State of Texas in creating the Barton Springs–Edwards Aquifer Conservation District, and is a former member of the Board of Directors of the Austin Criminal Defense Lawyers Association.

Stories from Wade Russell

The Right to Present a Defense: Help When You Really Need It
Wednesday, January 6th, 2016

This “right to present a defense” is a broad right that can allow you to present important, helpful material or exculpatory evidence to the jury when other more specific rules, like the hearsay rule or other state evidentiary laws, would seem to prevent you from presenting such evidence.