Representation That Will Go The Distance For You
- Criminal Defense
- Drug Charges
Vaughn Law is a client-focused criminal defense and family law firm that can assist with any type of crime or family matter in any county across Southeast Texas. Our firm works passionately so that cases can be resolved swiftly and with purpose, ensuring our clients receive the best legal representation available. A call to Vaughn Law means you're in good hands.
Will Vaughn was born and raised in Cypress, Texas. After graduating from Houston Christian High School, he attended Emory University in Atlanta and played two seasons on the varsity baseball team. Will completed his undergraduate degree at Texas A&M University, where he studied History and Philosophy and graduated Cum Laude.
Will earned his Juris Doctor at South Texas College of Law where he graduated Magna Cum Laude. While attending South Texas, he served on the Board of South Texas Law Review and competed in several Varsity Mock Trial and Moot Court national competitions.
Vaughn Law was founded by Will and his wife, Kate. Kate Vaughn graduated with honors from University of Houston Downtown with her Bachelor's in Social Work. She has worked for several community non-profits, including The Worker's Defense Project and LifeHouse of Houston. She provides to our clients a unique service. As a social worker, she is trained in analyzing our client's needs, establishing a holistic plan of success, and advocating with compassion and service.
Our results and wins in Harris, Montgomery, Fort Bend, Galveston, and Washington Counties speak for themselves. We WILL fight for your rights. The right representation can help you find your way and move on with your life. Contact us to make it happen.
For the People.
- South Texas College of Law Houston, Houston, Texas
- Honors: Dean's List
- Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas
- Honors: cum laude
- Major: History;Philosophy
- Texas, 2016
- National Trial Lawyers Top 40 Under 40
- Harris County Criminal Lawyers Association, Member, 2017 to Present
- Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, 2017 to Present
- Drugs Made Me Do It: Can Certain Substances Lead to Violent Criminal Behavior?, The Champion, 2019
- Protecting Your Client’s Conduct While Admitting the Accuser’s: Texas Rules of Evidence 403, 404, 412, and 609, Voice for the Defense, 2020
Classes & Seminars
- Trial Advocacy , STCLH Advocacy, 2022 to Present