Adam Crawshaw was born and raised in West, Texas. He graduated from Tarleton State University in Stephenville, Texas in May 2007 with a degree in Criminal Justice. Adam is the first attorney in his family
and studied law in Virginia at the Appalachian School of Law. Adam works very hard and prides himself on being up to date with the latest statutory and case law changes in criminal defense. He thinks that it is very important for an attorney to be prepared and willing to handle each and every step of your case.
In criminal cases Adam is prepared to handle cases in their early stages and knows how valuable pre-trial (or pre-indictment) preparation is for successfully handling any criminal charge. Adam has handled cases at all stages including pre-trial matters, trial, and appeal.
Adam has tried many cases to a jury verdict at the misdemeanor and felony level. He has also begun or prepared for dozens of jury trials that achieved great results before or during the trial because of his preparation and willingness to take the case to court.
Adam is a member of the Top 100 National Trial Lawyers Association, San Antonio Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, the Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, National Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, Texas Trial Lawyers Association, San Antonio Trial Lawyers Association, and the San Antonio Bar Association. Along with being active in the bar, Adam works diligently to attend continuing legal education seminars to remain current on the issues affecting rights of those accused of crimes.
In addition to handling criminal cases, Adam handles certain civil matters ranging from land title disputes to deceptive trade practices act lawsuits.
After working for other firms Adam began his own practice in January 2015. In September 2017, Adam formed a partnership with attorney and his former trial partner Sean Simpson. He is now an attorney and partner of Crawshaw & Simpson, PLLC.
If you have any questions or would like to contact Adam, he can be e-mailed at firstname.lastname@example.org.