William B. Mange Law Office
Attorney Bill Mange of William B. Mange Law Office is Board Certified in Criminal Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization and has tried over 85 jury trials. He is a top defense lawyer providing representation for DWI, family violence, sex crimes, probation violations and other criminal defense for Travis, Williamson, and Hays Counties. Get an aggressive defense â€“ contact the firm today for a free consultation.
Summary of Bill Mangeâ€™s Professional Legal Background:
Criminal Defense Practice: August 2002 â€“ present
Travis County District Attorneyâ€™s Office: Jan. 1993 â€“ July 2002
Chief Prosecutor 390th District Court.
Experience in Trial Division, Child Abuse Unit, Grand Jury, White Collar Division (Special Prosecution Unit), and Juvenile Prosecution Unit.
Named 1998 Outstanding Prosecutor by Travis County Childrenâ€™s Advocacy Center.
Clark, Thomas & Winters:
Handled Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (â€œRICOâ€) Act cases.
Argued before Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals and Texarkana Court of Appeals.
Law clerk to United States District Judge Robert W. Porter: Northern District of Texas, Aug. 1986 â€“ Aug. 1988.
Bill Mange holds these Licenses, Admissions, and Professional Certifications:
Board Certified in Criminal Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, 1996.
Member of the Texas Bar since November of 1986.
Admitted to the United States District Courts in the Western, Northern, and Southern Districts of Texas.
Admitted to the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.
Member of the National College for DUI Defense.
Teaching, Mentoring and Areas of Expertise:
Taught â€œDWI Trial: Defending and Winning a Breath Test Caseâ€ to the Austin Criminal Defense Lawyersâ€™ Association on July 15, 2008.
Lecturer in trial advocacy basic skills course, UT School of Law, Sept. 1995 â€“ Dec. 2001.
Faculty Advisor for Prosecutorâ€™s Skills Course, Texas District & County Attorneys Association, July, 1999.
Speaker and demonstrator for Prosecutorâ€™s Skills Course, TDCAA, January, 2001 regarding confessions.
Taught Austin Police Department new detectives class about warrantless arrests in May 1998, May 1999, and June 2000.
University of Texas School of Law:
Juris Doctor 1986.
Member of the Board of Advocates.
Articles Editor, Texas International Law Journal.
Phi Kappa Phi Fellowship and Teagle Scholarship.
University of Texas: B.A. 1982
Graduated with high honors and departmental honors in Plan II (honors program)
Phi Beta Kappa and Phi Kappa Phi
University of Freiburg, Germany: 1982-1983