Answers to Your Legal Concerns
WILLS & PROBATE
No matter how much one may hope otherwise, sometimes life can take an unexpected turn that requires you to need the services of an attorney. A good lawyer is someone you can depend on to be on your side, fighting for your rights or the compensation you deserve. Chris Day is committed to provide aggressive and ethical legal representation in East Texas. With over 23 years of experience, he has answers to your legal concerns.
Day & Wallace was founded on a commitment to provide aggressive and ethical legal representation in East Texas. With over 23 years of experience, we have answers to your legal concerns.
Attorney Chris Day advocates for his clients with the experience and expertise characterized in a larger city, while still bringing you the personalized service that is a benefit of a smaller, local firm.
We understand that you have a choice of many attorneys. We hope that you consider the advantages of our personalized attention, responsive communication and honest, straightforward approach to helping you resolve your legal issues.
To schedule a free consultation, fill out our free case evaluation or call us today at 903.586.5100.
517 East Commerce Street
Jacksonville FL 75766
Have You Been Charged with a Crime?
Have You Been Charged with a Crime?
If you've been accused of a crime and face the possibility of going to jail, you already understand the seriousness of your situation.
When faced with a grim criminal charge, you need an attorney who will treat your case with equal severityan attorney that understands what is at stake for you and your family.
Chris Day is an experienced criminal defense attorney who will treat your case with the seriousness it deserves. Regardless of the charges files against you, Mr. Day has the legal knowledge to see that the case ends in the most favorable manner.
Do I need an attorney?
Whether you hire us or another experienced firm, you don't want to just show up at court by yourself and hope the District Attorney will make you a good offer. Even if you are guilty there are areas your attorney will look into:
Are the charges being brought against you correct?
For example, the DA may charge you with a felony when you only committed a misdemeanor. That makes a huge difference in the long run.
Did the arresting officer followed proper procedures when arresting you?
Illegally obtained evidence is not admissible against you. You need an experienced attorney to review the offense reports, witness statements, and other State's evidence to evaluate how strong the State's case is against you.
Will you get my charges dismissed?
We can't guarantee you a certain result, or that you'll be acquitted, or that we'll get your charges dismissed. DON'T TRUST ANY ATTORNEY THAT MAKES SUCH PROMISES!!!
What is your goal in representing me?
Our goal is to work with your best interests in mind and to have your charge reduced to the minimal sentencing available. And if your case does go to court, we will work to provide you with the best defense the law allows. We won't advise you to take a plea unless it's in your best interest. We will never advise you to plead guilty unless you are truly guilty.
To schedule a free consultation, please call us today at 903.586.5100.
Chris Day has practiced law in the East Texas area since 1991. Upon graduation from Baylor Law School, he served as research attorney for the Hon. Judge Bill Bass, Texas 12th Court of Appeals, from 1991 to 1994. He then joined the Norman Law Firm, Jacksonville, Texas where he was a partner. In 2009, Mr. Day with his Baylor Law School classmate, Michael P. Wallace, formed the Law Offices of Day & Wallace.
Mr. Day practices in the following areas: Family; Divorce; Child Custody; Child Support; Criminal; Small Business Law; Estate Planning; Trusts and Estates; Business Litigation; Wills; Probate; Business Formation; Business Law; Collections; Guardianship and Conservatorship; Commercial Real Estate; Civil Litigation; Litigation.
J.D., Baylor University School of Law (1991)
Baylor Law Review, 1991
B.S., Stephen F. Austin State University (1981)
State Bar of Texas
U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Texas
Texas Real Estate Commission Term Expires: January 31, 2013
"Employment Division v. Smith: Free Exercise Clause Loses Balance on Peyote."
Baylor Law Review Vol. 43: 577-608
Cherokee County Bar Association (President, 2000-2001)
Jacksonville Lions Club (President, 2005-2006)
Tyler Presbyterian Church, Member
Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce, Economic Advisory Council
United Fund of Cherokee County
Jacksonville Tennis Association (President, Board Member)\