University of Houston, Bachelor of Arts 1996
South Texas College of Law, Juris Doctor (magna cum laude) 2000
Harvard Law School, Master of Laws 2002
Presiding Judge, City of South Houston (2005-18)
Briefing Attorney, 14th Court of Appeals (2000-01)
Police Officer, SHPD (1994-2000)
Host, Making The Case, Fox 26 Houston with Kaitlin Monte
Host, Big Angry Radio iHeart Radio's KPRC 950 AM
Host, The Face Off, Fox 26 Houston with Quannel X
Host, The Big Angry & Z-Ro Show, KPRC 950 AM
Legal Analyst, The Isiah Factor, Fox 26 Houston
Charles Adams has represented thousands of clients in civil and criminal matters throughout the State of Texas. Those clients have included professional athletes, world famous musical artists, iconic restauranteurs, elected officials, lawyers, police officers, and every day hard working Texans. He fights vigorously for justice for each and every client.
Jeffrey T. Roebuck is a board certified Texas personal injury trial lawyer. He graduated magna cum laude from South Texas College of Law in 2000. After graduation, he served as a law clerk to Chief Judge of the Eastern District of Texas, the Honorable Richard Schell. He has represented Texans in a variety of civil litigation and personal injury matters.
W. Price of Brown is a graduate of the University of Houston (Bachelor of Arts) and earned his Juris Doctor from South Texas College of Law in 2017. Prior to joining Charles Adams' criminal defense practice, he interned at the Harris District Attorney's Office and with Rusty Hardin & Assocs. He then worked as a litigation associate at the Cweren Law Firm. He is a professional paint baller player, offshore fisherman and avid waterfowl hunter.
Robin Day is the manager of the firm's Pasadena office and an integral component of the firm as both an office manager and a paralegal. She is a graduate of Pearland High School and a former Harris County Deputy Clerk.
Kristi Goodson is the manager of the firm's Angleton office and, with the excpetion of Jeffrey T. Roebuck, she has been with Charles Adams the longest. She is a former Brazoria County Deputy Clerk and a graduate of Pearland High School.