Providing you assistance with all of your criminal and family law needs in Harris, Galveston, Fort B Founder, Jessica P.
The Law Office of Jessica Pantoja Adams will assist you with all family law matters including divorce, modifications, child support, contempt actions, adoptions and attorney general cases. Adams has been in practice of 10 years and has effectively tried cases before a Judge and jury. She also serves as a mediator by helping families resolve their difficult issues outside of the courtroom through n
egotiations as well as being appointed by the Court to serve as an Amicus attorney in representing the best interests of the children. The Law Office of Jessica Pantoja Adams will also help you with your misdemeanor and felony defense matters, including possession charges, DWI and assault charges as well as expunctions and non-disclosures.
2 misdemeanor cases dismissed in the last 2 days!!! Love helping good people through a difficult time!!
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Loved my entire experience with Jessica. I was really nervous about my divorce process. Jessica made my entire experience speedy and accurate. She took all of my requests into consideration and negotiated with the other party's law firm. I'm the end she was able to get everything I requested in my divorce decree. Will definitely be reaching out again I am ever in need of representation. Thank you so much for your amazing work Jessica!
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What a way to start the weekend. Dismissal of Felony case out of Galveston County! Long awaited victory for a wonderful client!!
If you or someone you know was affected by the senseless and avoidable tragedy at Astroworld please contact me for assistance. People need to be held accountable. So sad to realize this could have been my child, my niece or my nephew. Continued prayers for all.
Starting Sept. 1, Texans can carry a handgun without a license or training, you can start Sunday Funday two hours earlier and street racers could be stripped of their cars.
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I apologize, but due to the weather and power outages my office will be closed until Wednesday, February 17th. Please stay safe and warm!
This weekend is Mother's Day. Please let's remember and thank the mothers that are raising your children and the step-mothers that are also help raise your children. Choose this time to put aside any animosity and show grace and thanks.
Custodial parents: Reminder that today is the deadline to provide notice of your summer weekend period of possession.
Parents please see the Order below. You have to exchange your children as per your court order. I admit be more clear. You will not be happy when you face a contempt charge and have to give the other parent their time back plus pay attorney fees.
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Tuesday afternoon check in. Hope this finds you all doing well. Please note the new Stay Home Work Safe Order that is in effect until April 3rd. Yes this will affect our already overloaded court system, but please know that the legal community and the Judges are working zealously to continue to serve the community. Please be patient with us and with one another. Also, please know that this has ZERO effect when it comes to visitation exchanges. Please, please follow your court order and continue to co-parent with one another. Be a good example for your children. Although I am not meeting with clients in person, I am still here for whatever you need. Sending virtual hugs to all of you.
Hey guys! I want to start out by saying I hope all of you are healthy and safe. I know this is a trying time for all of us but please know that I am here to help resolve any issues that this situation creates. Please know that I am reviewing every single one of your files this week and providing everyone updates with how your case is being affected, if at all, with our current predicament. I ask that you please be patient with me as I am trying my best to reach out to each one of you and update you accordingly. Thank you and please try and stay calm and good to one other during this difficult time.
Business as usual today and for the near future. In an effort to adhere with the request of our local government to minimize personal contact, I will be offering free phone consultations for new clients for the rest of the month. Please stay calm and stay safe.
CRIMINAL DEFENDANTS PLEASE READ BELOW
Criminal Courts Scheduling Notice Approved March 12, 2020 by the Board of District Judges Trying Criminal Cases
Criminal attorneys, please convey the following to your clients:
THIS NOTICE DOES NOT APPLY TO DEFENDANTS WHO HAVE NOT YET HAD A SETTING IN THEIR ASSIGNED DISTRICT COURT. ALL DEFENDANTS RELEASED FROM CUSTODY ON OR AFTER MARCH 16, 2020, MUST REPORT TO COURT AS DIRECTED UPON RELEASE.
All OTHER Defendants released on bond in felony district courts before March 16, 2020, who are scheduled to appear in court from March 16, 2020 through April 3, 2020, will be rescheduled and do not need to appear in court.
You must contact your attorney, bonding company or Harris County Pretrial Services to find out your new court date. If you have not been notified of a new court date by April 3, 2020, you MUST call your court directly to receive your next court date.
Your court’s contact information can be found at: http://www.justex.net/Courts/Criminal/CriminalCourts.aspx or call 713-755-5000.
Information and updates will be posted at www.justex.net. Or follow us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/HarrisCountyCriminalDistrictCourts.
You can also check the District Clerk’s Court Alert’s webpage: https://www.hcdistrictclerk.com/Common/About/HarveyUpdate.aspx
If you believe that attempting to appear in court could cause unjustified risk to your health or safety, please contact your court to inquire about what options might be available to you.
Marilyn Burgess, District Clerk
Harris County District Clerk
201 Caroline, Suite 420
Houston, TX 77002
Criminal Court Information Click on any of the links below to get more information about the given topic... Direct Filing Order
Parents: I am getting a lot of messages about how the school closures are affecting their periods of possession. Most schools are defining the time off of school as a school closure due to the Corona Virus outbreak rather than an extension of Spring Break. With that being said, the non-custodial parent's period of possession will end after the Spring Break holiday and will not be extended. That is if you are operating under a standard possession order. If your school is calling this an extension of the Spring Break holiday then message me and we can discuss further.
I ask that you be as patient as possible with each other and use your best co-parenting skills.
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