About

Meet Robbie L. Ward

Helping People Find Justice

Robbie Ward is recognized as one of the best Criminal Defense Lawyers in Texas, working thousands of cases over an 18+ year career in law. 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.

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.

She is now in private practice where she will continue to serve her clients at the highest level, in a community she has personal and professional ties to. Robbie credits her family for the values of loyalty, hard work, and dedication she exemplifies in her life and her law career. She has been featured in San Antonio Woman for her business acumen, serves as a current Board of Directors of the San Antonio Criminal Defense Lawyer Association, is a current Member of TCDLA and NACDL, and has been recognized in 2019 as a Lawyer of Distinction, and as a Top 10 Defense Attorney by Attorney and Practice Magazine.

Did you know?

Robbie L. Ward is an active participant in several associations and the recipient of several awards

Case Outcomes

We Won't Settle For Anything But The Best Result

STATE OF TEXAS V. J.B.

Charge: Assault Bodily Injury – Fam/Household
 
Disposition: Dismissed

STATE OF TEXAS V. M.A.

Charge: Possession with Intent to Deliver PG1<1G
 
Offer: 15 years TDC
 
Disposition: 10 years Deferred

U.S.A. V. H.B.

Charge: Conspiracy to Commit Wire Fraud, Health Care Fraud, Violate the Texas Commercial Bribery Statute, and Pay Kickbacks

Disposition: 36 months BOP

 

STATE OF TEXAS V. A.S.

Charge: Poss CS PG 2 1 Gram to 4 Gram
 
Disposition: Dismissed – PTD

USA V. R.R.

Charge: Conspiracy to Possess With Intent to Distribute 50 Grams or More of Methamphetamine and Possession of a Firearm During Drug Offense
 
Guidelines: 290 months 
 
Disposition: 140 months

STATE OF TEXAS V. L.P.

Charge: Terroristic Threat Family/Household
 
Disposition: Dismissed

STATE OF TEXAS V. K.C.

Charge: Sexual Assault

Outcome: Case Rejected

STATE OF TEXAS V. L.F.

Charge: Aggravated Assault

Disposition: Dismissed

U.S.A. V. M.G.

Charge: Conspiracy to Distribute and Possession of a Controlled Substance, (more than 1000 grams of heroin)

Mandatory Minimum 10 years BOP

Disposition: 5 years probation

STATE OF TEXAS V. L.M.

Charge: Assault Bodily Injury-Married

Disposition: Dismissed

STATE OF TEXAS V. L.F.

Charge: Aggravated Assault w/ Deadly Weapon

Disposition: Dismissed

STATE OF TEXAS V. R.S.

Charge: Murder

Disposition: Reduced to evading (probation)

STATE OF TEXAS V. R.R.

Charge: Theft

Disposition: Dismissed (continued on deferred)

STATE OF TEXAS V. R.R.

Charge: Theft

Disposition: Dismissed (continued on deferred)

C.D. Federal Investigation

Charge: Bank Fraud, Wire Fraud
Outcome: Not Charged