Richard Ursha - Attorney Profile
Hardworking & Dedicated Defense Lawyer
I did not come from a family of lawyers or doctors, actually I was the
only one on my mother's side of the family to ever go to college.
My dad started working in the factory, General Motors, when he was seventeen
and my mom was a hairstylist, or back in her day, a beautician.
I joined the U.S. Army as an infantry soldier and served in both Operation
Desert Shield and Operation Desert Storm. I went to college, making my
parents proud, and then followed my dream and went to law school. I always
had a job and worked while I went to college and law school, even if it
was as a lifeguard at the beach during college.
During law school I worked as a federal law enforcement officer during
the day, and went to law school at night. Even while working full time,
getting married to my beautiful wife, Andrea, having my son, Alex, I was
still able to make it onto the Dean's List, become a member of Phi
Delta Phi – Honors Fraternity, and graduate in the top third of my class.
After law school I moved out to the beautiful hill country and started
practicing criminal defense. Now I have been here for over a dozen years
practicing criminal defense in this area and now also have a daughter,
Mackenzie. I have had the opportunity to serve as the Vice President of
the Hays County Bar Association and on the Board of Directors for the
Wimberley Chamber of Commerce.
I Treat My Clients How I Would Like to be Treated
I enjoy practicing criminal defense and really like helping people get
out of a bad situation. I am in the service industry and I never forget
that and always treat my clients like I would like to be treated. Not
to many people tip there lawyer, but I have gotten Yetti Coolers full
of fresh shrimp from the gulf, Fishing Trips, bottles of liquor (more
than I could ever drink), gift baskets of all sorts, but what means the
most to me is all the cards, calls, and text saying thank you. If you
want an attorney that will treat you like a person, give me a call. Thanks.