Friday, April 3, 2015

Harrison County Criminal Attorney | Marshall Texas Defense Lawyers

Harrison County Criminal Attorney Andy Nolen
Harrison County Criminal Attorney Andy Nolen


Attorney Andy  Nolen, Texas Criminal Defense Attorney

Harrison County Criminal Attorney Andy Nolen have handled over 3000 cases and has more than 22 years experience defending adults and  juveniles in criminal, juvenile, and family courts  in HARRISON County and throughout the State of Texas.

Harrison County Criminal Attorney Andy Nolen  represents clients charged with  crimes in State and Federal courts in Houston, Galveston,  MARSHALL, Texas, Beaumont, San Antonio, Waco, Dallas, Ft. Worth, Tyler, Sherman, Del Rio, Corpus Christi, Brownsville, Mc Allen, El Paso,  Texas  and all counties in Texas. The Principal Office of  Harrison County Criminal Attorney Andy Nolen is located in Houston, Texas; however, Attorney Jim Sullivan and Attorney Andy Nolen appears in all criminal, juvenile, and family courts in Texas.  Appointments in all other cities are available.

Harrison County Criminal Attorney Andy Nolen treats every person he represents as if they were a friend and neighbor.   When you call, likely Andy Nolen will answer your call .  You will be dealing with Attorneys, not secretaries, assistants, or answering machines.

If we can be of any assistance, or you just want to talk about your situation, please call  Harrison County Criminal Attorney Andy Nolen at 832-480-8951.


County Court at Law

Jim Ammerman II
Harrison County Courthouse
200 West Houston Suite 263

Marshall, Texas  75670

903-934-9668 Fax

District Attorney

Coke Solomon
Harrison County Courthouse
200 West Houston Suite 206
Marshall, Texas  75670

71st District Court

William Todd Hughey – Judge
Harrison County Courthouse
200 West Houston Suite 219
Marshall, Texas  75670
903-935-9963 Fax

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Justices of the Peace
Precinct 1     Westy Meisenheimer     PO Box 150, Waskom 75692     903-687-2370
Precinct 2     Kent Alford     200 West Houston, Suite 251     903-923-4009
Precinct 3     Mike Smith     PO Box 394, Hallsville 75650     903-668-2050
Precinct 4     Nancy George     200 West Houston, Suite 125     903-923-4011
        PO Box 762, Harleton 75651     903-777-3232

Willoughby Juvenile Center

1401 Warren Drive
Marshall, Texas  75670

Project Goals Community
Criteria for Admission

Admission to the Project goals Community is possible for any child who is currently on probation under the provisions of the Texas Juvenile Justice Code.  Ideally, the program is designed for children, ages 10-16, whose offenses warrant Sanction Level 4 or higher.

Admitting counties should provide to Harrison County prior to delivery of resident:

    A complete contract for service delivery
    A common application
    A completed psychological evaluation
    Copies of Medicaid and/or insurance card and information
    All applicable court orders (Contact us for directions in this area prior to court)
    A completed medical report detailing a total medical examination and released for physical activity
    A completed dental evaluation
    Immunization records
    Detailed social history
    Synopsis by the probation officer of child’s progress on probation
    Treatment worksheet completed by probation officer, child, and parent
    Aftercare plan for child once discharged

Each child will be reviewed by GOALS staff for potential for success in the Project Goals Community.  If a child is rejected by GOALS staff, counties may appeal to the Juvenile Services Director of Harrison County.  Counties whose applications are rejected will receive a written, detailed response regarding the reason for rejection.

Counties should note that Harrison County recommends that GOALS participants be placed on a minimum of 24 months probation.  This will permit the admitting county a minimum of one year supervision following the child’s release.
Project GOALS:
Long-Term Secure Placement

We have a 24-bed, secure, post-adjudication facility.  Our program provides:

    An all-day on-site academic program
    A 14-hour program day
    Physical Training for conditioning and self esteem daily
    On-site, Buckner Counseling Services (Weekly individual and group and monthly family counseling)
    Individual and group substance abuse counseling
    Life skills, positive steps, parenting groups
    Hair grooming
    Voluntary church services and Bible study
    Pre-employment and career assessments
    Optional furloughs and outings
    Six-month length of stay recommended
    Other services by request

    Sheriff’s Office
    Sheriff Tom McCool
    Harrison County Courthouse
    200 West Houston
    Marshall, Texas  75670