It's usually the worst experience of one's life--getting that knock on the door from a CPS investigator. Mr. Baker has extensive expericnce representing parents involved with Texas Child Protective Services, both at the trial court level and on appeal. Questions you should ask any attorney you are considering hiring to represent you in a CPS case: have you successfully tried and won cases that returned children to their parents? Have you successfully represented parents on appeal to higher courts and had trial court rulings reversed? Mr. Baker can answer "yes" to both.
Appellate proceedings is intellectual warfare with the written word. Mr. Baker has extensive experience representing a variety of litigants in a variety of appeals, and in a variety of appellate courts. Questions you should ask any attorney you are considering hiring to represent you in an appellate proceeding: Have you successfully advocated and won appellate cases reversing trial court rulings? Have you done so in a variety of intermediate appellate courts in Texas, as well as in the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals and the Supreme Court of Texas? Mr. Baker can answer "yes" to both, once again.