Morgan Rogers Law PLLC
You are here because you or someone you love needs a criminal defense attorney.
Because most attorney-client relationships in the criminal context last months or years, it is extremely important that you choose an attorney that puts you at ease, listens to your concerns, and fights hard for you regardless of the charge.
I am what they call a "client-centered" lawyer. That means that you - not me, not the judge, not the prosecutor - are at the center of any case I handle. Your interests, your desires, your intents, determine how we navigate your case.
Practices: Criminal Defense
Morgan Rogers Law PLLC handles criminal cases in Harris and its surrounding counties, although parole review cases are handled across the entire state of Texas.
Assault & Battery
Motions to Adjudicate
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About Morgan Rogers
Morgan Rogers left the corporate world where she served the interests of banks, oil giants, and insurance companies, in order to provide high dollar, big law firm tenacity and fortitude to those who would not otherwise be given that same level of service - individuals accused of crimes. No matter the accusation, Morgan strives to show her clients that they are important, their story matters, and she will fight tirelessly for a satisfactory resolution.
Morgan grew up in a small town in West Virginia where she saw many of her friends fall victim to the criminal justice system. Much of her time growing up and attending school revolved around visiting and writing friends and family in jails and prisons across the state. After high school, Morgan attended West Virginia University where she obtained a B.A. in Psychology while raising a newborn on her own. Shortly after graduation, in search of a stable future for her and her young son, Morgan moved to Houston, Texas to attend law school at South Texas College of Law.
After law school, Morgan worked as a Senior Compliance Attorney for Norton Rose Fulbright US LLP, formerly Fulbright & Jaworski, where she assisted the global firm with ethical and business decisions. Although she was offered the opportunity to grow further in her role at Fulbright, Morgan turned down that opportunity and chose instead to fight for those same people she spent her time in West Virginia supporting - individuals caught in the criminal justice system.
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Houston, TX 77008