Round Rock, Texas
Round Rock, Texas is located in Central Texas and is considered one of the fastest growing cities in America. Round Rock is nationally recognized as one of the country’s most livable towns. It won the City Spirit Award in 2012. It is within the Greater Austin, Texas metropolitan area and in Williamson County, Texas. The 2013 census estimate places the population at 109,821.
Originally the city was called “Brushy,” was located near the banks of Brushy Creek. In 1854 the U.S. Post Office requested another city name. Round Rock was chosen in recognition of the large rock (perfect for fishing) that sat in the middle of Brushy Creek.
City of Round Rock
221 East Main Street, Round Rock, Texas 78664
Phone: (512) 218-5400
After Hours Phone Numbers
Emergency – Dial 911
Round Rock Police Department
2701 N. Mays Street
Round Rock, Texas 78665
Tips for Finding and Selecting the Right Lawyer
- Look for law firms which specialize in your case type – Every lawyer just about will have experience in all case types but will usually have a selected area that is considered their specialties to best represent you in those case types.
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Round Rock Criminal Defense Attorney
If you ever find yourself at the wrong side of the law and require a criminal defense attorney, make sure to choose wisely. It is important to speak to a criminal attorney that specializes in criminal law.
Robert McCabe will educate you on the nature of your specific charges and the criminal justice process. He candidly discusses the evidence and potential outcomes of you case as well as any legal defenses.
Robert has reviewed thousands of criminal cases and has tried more than 124 jury trials and will aggressively fight for the best possible outcome for you, whether it is through a plea bargain or jury trial.