Mr. Spencer began his criminal defense practice in 2014 after working as a prosecutor for over three years. Mr. Spencer's first job was as an assistant district attorney for Potter County. During his time in Potter County Mr. Spencer worked as a grand jury prosecutor and as a felony trial lawyer. As a grand jury prosecutor Mr. Spencer would present cases to the grand jury to determine whether or not someone should be indicted for a felony offense. Then Mr. Spencer transitioned into a felony trial lawyer. During his time as a felony trial lawyer, Mr. Spencer tried a variety cases ranging from theft and drug possession to murder and aggravated assault.
Mr. Spencer decided to leave the office when he and his wife got engaged. Since she refused to move up to Amarillo, Mr. Spencer moved back to Plano, where he had graduated from Plano East Senior High School in 2001. After moving back to Plano, Mr. Spencer was hired by the Hunt County Attorney's Office, where he worked as a misdemeanor trial lawyer. Shortly after he began working there, Mr. Spencer realized he wanted to start a criminal defense practice and left the office a short time later.
As a criminal defense lawyer, Mr. Spencer is committed to zealously advocating for his clients. Mr. Spencer analyses each case he gets not just from the defense side, but also from the prosecution side. If you want an attorney who is going to be honest, hard working and diligent, then Mr. Spencer is your best choice. If you want an attorney who returns phone calls and text messages, then Mr. Spencer is your best choice. The next time you are arrested for an offense and you need someone in your corner to fight for you then you need to pick Mr. Spencer to defend your rights.
Plano East Senior High School 2001
Baylor University B.A. Magna Cum Laude 2005
Baylor Law School J.D. 2009
Admitted to Practice:
State Bar of Texas
Northern Federal District of Texas
Eastern Federal District of Texas