Delta Theta Phi. Author: "Border Searches in the Fifth Circuit; Or a Case of Occlusive Trees," Voice for the Defense, Fall, 1974 (Texas Criminal Defense Lawyer's Publication); "The Current Status of Border Search in the Fifth Circuit," For the Defense, Harris County Criminal Lawyer's Association Publications, Fall 1974. Speaker: "Capital Murder in Texas," San Antonio Criminal Law Institute, 1976; "Double Jeopardy," San Antonio Criminal Law Institute, April, 1984; "The War on Crime: A War on the Sixth Amendment," San Antonio Criminal Law Institute, April, 1985. Outstanding Criminal Defense Lawyer of the Year, 1994; "Texas' Best Criminal Defense Attorney", Texas Monthly, 1994; "Houston's Most Famous Defense Attorney", RO Magazine, 1995; Attorney of the Year, Harris County Criminal Lawyers Association, 1999; One of the Top Ten Lawyers in Harris County in the Past 100 Years, Houston Chronicle, 1999; Hall of Fame Award, Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, 2004; Lifetime Achievement Award, Harris County Criminal Lawyers Association, 2008; Top Attorneys in Texas, Texas Monthly, 2008. Assistant District Attorney, Harris County, Texas, 1965-1968. Associate, Trial Division, Butler, Binion, Rice, Cook & Knapp, 1968-1971; Associate, Foreman & DeGuerin (Percy Foreman and Dick DeGuerin), 1971-1982; Adjunct Professor of Law, South Texas College of Law (Criminal Law), 1969-1970; Adjunct Professor Law, The University of Texas School of Law (Criminal Law), 1994—).
American Bar Foundation; American Board of Criminal Lawyers; American College of Trial Lawyers; Texas Bar Foundation.
(Board Certified, Criminal Law, Texas Board of Legal Specialization)