New Location, Same Tradition: Goldstein & Orr is Moving Offices on December 15 Learn More

Client Testimonials
  • "I'm very impressed how Mrs. Orr handled everything, she is very professional and I recommend Mrs. Orr if your in need an attorney for a white collar case!!!" by Anonymous Former Client Read More
  • "The best of the best above all the rest. Accept no substitutes." by Richard R. Read More
  • "They're the best, very thorough." by Doug T. Read More
  • "I was so fortunate and privileged to have Mr. Goldstein in my corner. You will find none better." by Stephen Read More
  • "GGH has no equal in Texas or elsewhere. Cynthia Orr and Gerry Goldstein don't just defend their clients, they make law. I've watched them over the years take impossible cases and win." by Debra I. Read More


The party to the proceeding in the Fifth Circuit, whose judgment is sought to be reviewed, is Peti- tioner James Brooks.

James Patrick Phillips and Wesley C.  Walton were co-defendants in the underlying action and appellants below, but are not parties to this petition. They are filing separately.

Petitioner James Brooks makes a different argu- ment than Petitioners Walton and Phillips concern- ing mens rea in complex regulatory criminal cases. Walton and Phillips also raise an issue that is unique to them concerning defense witness immunity in their separate petition.

No corporations are parties in this proceeding.

(210) 226-1463
  1. Attorneys
  2. Results
  3. Contact