Sergio Reyes, Jr.
Mr. Reyes was born and raised in Brownsville. He attended the University of Texas at Brownsville where he received a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. While at UT Brownsville, Mr. Reyes interned for U.S. Congressman, Solomon Ortiz, which was highlighted by the opportunity to assist with a congressional hearing on the issue of Colonias. Mr. Reyes was also active as founder and first President of the Political Science and Pre-Law Society at UT Brownsville.
After graduating from the University of Texas at Brownsville, Mr. Reyes attended Law School at Texas Southern University, receiving his Law Degree in 1991. While at Texas Souther, Mr. Reyes clerked for a Board Certified Immigration Attorney drafting immigration appeals. Mr. Reyes then went on to work as a paid intern for the Harris County Attorney's Office, Public Law and Tax Divisions until taking the Texas Bar in July of 1991. While still in Law School, Mr. Reyes accepted an offer from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to work as an attorney in their regional offices in Atlanta, Georgia.
Mr. Reyes worked as an attorney for the U.S. Department of Health ad Human Services drafting briefs in defense of complaints for denial of disability benefits in Federal District Court filed agains the U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services. Mr. Reyes was licensed to practice law in November 1991, while working for the Federal Government. In April 1992, Mr. Reyes returned to Texas to open a private general practice in Bay City, Texas.
At age 26, Mr. Reyes was appointed Associate Municipal Judge for the City of Bay City, and was later offered, and accepted, the Assistant County Attorney position for Matagorda County, Texas. As Assistant County Attorney, Mr. Reyes was responsible for the prosecution of all misdemeanor cases in the county as well as all CPS, juvenile and mental commitment cases. Mr. Reyes served in these capacities, while still maintaining a private practice. In 2003, Mr. Reyes moved his practice to Alvin, Texas, and in 2005, to his current location in Pearland, Texas.
Mr. Reyes has over 20 years of extensive experience in the areas of criminal, personal injury, immigration and family law. He has successfully taken cases in his areas of practice to jury trial, and has helped multiple clients - from Matagorda, Brazoria, Harris, Galveston and Fort Bend counties - resolve their legal issues.