Pat Maguire enjoys his work immensely and loves practicing law in the Texas Hill Country. He has built his law practice focusing on providing superior legal representation to individuals and businesses in all levels of state trial courts, courts of appeals, the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals and the Supreme Court of Texas.
Pat believes that success in the practice of law revolves around two simple but critical components – hard work and preparation. Whether representing a business in a contract dispute, an individual in a divorce or custody case, or a citizen facing criminal charges, Pat believes that the secret to success is most often found in a thorough investigation of the facts and extensive research into the law surrounding the legal issues presented in each individual case.
Pat’s work ethic is evident in the results he has achieved, and constantly strives to achieve, for clients in civil cases, criminal cases, as well as in civil and criminal appeals.
University of North Texas (B.A., 1994)
Texas Tech University (J.D., 1997)
Articles Editor, Texas Tech Law Review
Editing Director, Texas Tech Legal Research Board
Listed in, Who's Who Among American Law Students.
Assistant District Attorney, Bexar County, Texas, 1998-00
Associate, A. William Arnold III & Associates, P.C., 2000-2003
Partner, Danford & Maguire, 2003-2006
Municipal Judge, Kerrville, Texas, 2003-present
Kerr County Bar Association (Secretary, 2000; President, 2000-01; member, 2000-present)
American Bar Association
State Bar of Texas
College of the State Bar of Texas
Pro Bono College of the State Bar of Texas
Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association
Kerrville Under 40, Class of 2009.