Award Winning Criminal Defense Attorney
Former Assistant United States Attorney
The Best of the Best
Robbie Ward is recognized as one of the best Criminal Defense Lawyers in Texas, working thousands of cases in criminal law throughout her career. Her portfolio of work includes high profile murder cases, she has secured numerous “Not Guilty” verdicts and dismissals, litigated jury trials, and has represented a wide range of individuals and professionals both in State and Federal Court.
Meet Robbie Ward
Her early career after St. Mary’s University School of Law began at the Bexar County District Attorney’s Office, where her expertise as a trial lawyer earned her a spot as a Felony Prosecutor. She was then quickly recruited as a Federal Prosecutor with the United States Attorney’s Office. Her next high level promotion was as a First Assistant in the Ector County Attorney’s Office where she resided and ran the office for several years. With her transition back to San Antonio, Robbie entered Criminal Defense Law as a partner in a local defense firm for four years, where she thrived and gave every client her unique experience as both a prior prosecutor and a defense lawyer.
What Our Clients Are Saying
“Not only the Best Defense Attorney, but also my savior who helped me turn my life around. She has good morals will and do what is best for you as well. I am so lucky I ended up with her.”
– J. Hollis, Google Review
“She was my attorney and I was facing a minimum of 10 years. I got out after 6 months. She is an amazing person to work with and will do everything she can to help! Thank you so much Robbie”
– R. Brisk, Google Review
Associations & Accolades
2019 Lawyer of Distinction
Top 10 Defense Attorney by Attorney and Practice Magazine 2019
Current Board of Directors San Antonio Criminal Defense Lawyer Association
Member TCDLA, NACDL
Featured Woman in Business SA Woman July/August 2016
Robbie Ward Law
Areas of Practice
State and Federal Criminal Defense
Federal cases differ from state cases and require a different level of experience and skill set. Federal crimes may involve lengthy investigations conducted by government agencies such as the DEA, FBI, ATF, Secret Service, and more.
White Collar Crimes
White-collar crimes are typically non-violent crimes committed for economic gain against groups, individuals, or the government
Drug offenses tend to be the most common cases brought before judges and can range from personal possession to drug trafficking
Sex crimes are among the most serious offenses an individual can face. Sex crime allegations can cause harm to an individual’s reputation with a stigma that can be difficult to manage.