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San Antonio criminal lawyer offers bail bonds in addition to representation

The Law Offices of Rudy Vasquez delivers variety of services to Texas residents accused of crimes

SAN ANTONIO, Jan. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Those in need of a criminal attorney in San Antonio as well as a release from jail can seek both from local lawyer Rudy Vasquez, whose decades of experience place him in a unique position to help Texans in need of legal advice and assistance. An accomplished attorney in areas of personal injury, family law, product liability, and other areas, Vasquez's familiarity with criminal law is quite extensive as well. Serving the San Antonio and South Texas region for such a length of time has given Vasquez invaluable knowledge and personal resources to help individuals with their cases.


In the event that a bail bond must be presented for a client to get out of jail, Vasquez is able to offer that service as well, thanks in part to Texas being one of the few states to allow attorneys to post bail bonds in addition to their legal representation. For many clients, this is an attractive option as it centralizes their obligation and lessens the number of entities they must deal with during this time of considerable stress.

Individuals looking for assistance after being charged with a criminal offense such as DUI, parole violation, drug possession, or a wide variety of other charges are encouraged to call The Law Offices of Rudy Vasquez for additional information as well as a free initial consultation. Vasquez also offers advice and further contact information on his website,

Media Contact: Rudy Vasquez, The Law Offices of Rudy Vasquez, 210-225-2828, [email protected]

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