Mark Barber is a hometown boy, having grown up in Wichita Falls Texas. He had a good upbringing, with his mother and father instilling in him, the responsibility and obligation to participate in a positive way in the community. Mark’s strong values and passion to help were strengthened by his attendance in the First Baptist Church, which continues today, and participating in the Scouting movement, where always “Being Prepared,” he attained one of the highest honors in Scouting, that of an Eagle Scout.
As a boy, he attended Rider High School in Wichita Falls, studying hard and participating in golf. He had a normal upbringing for a young boy growing up in Wichita Falls, Texas in the late 1970’s. Following high school Mark attended Baylor University in Waco, Texas with designs to become a Legal Expert in the fields of Personal Injury, Criminal, Civil, and Family Law.
Baylor University Law School
(B.S. Geology, 1985)
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In a flash, your life, or the life of a loved one can be changed forever. Be injured at work or in an accident, or due to the negligence of others, and you and your family can face one of the most stressful times of your lives.
An arrest for a criminal offense can be a frightening and nerve-racking experience. The prosecutors and law enforcement officials do not have your best interests in mind as they build a case against you.
The consequences for a defeat in Family Court can be serious, impacting your financial future, your assets and your loved ones. It's in your best interests to work with an experienced family attorney who can fight on your behalf and get the best outcome for your individual situation.
Texas takes drinking and driving very seriously. If you are stopped and charged, you should insist on legal representation right away.
Some may think, “what is the big deal with a traffic offense?” Get the ticket, pay the fine and that is it. But, it is not that simple.
A drug arrest, no matter what it’s for, cannot be taken lightly, especially if one is facing a second or third offence. In that case, there could be some severe consequences.
You do not want to face a Marijuana crime all by yourself. The charges, the fines, and the outcomes are too serious to attend to yourself. You need a skilled, passionate, and hardworking legal team. Call the best attorney for your needs.
If you are charged with a Capital Crime, you certainly want to have the best legal representation available to represent you. Good legal representation will give you the best chance of being found not guilty, or in a worst case, will be able to negotiate, or argue a lesser sentence for you.
A misdemeanor crime doesn’t sound like such a big deal. However, any time one is taken into custody, it’s a time for grave concern. Any arrest not only affects the person arrested, it usually affects family, loved ones, or friends who are exposed to the stress and strain of the unknown.
Both, parole, and probation present opportunities to get out of jail. There are specific issues with each that must be addressed to get you out of jail, and these are intimately understood by the legal team at Mark Barber Attorney At Law.
Getting arrested, being charged, and spending time in jail is one of the most chilling things anyone could face. Your arms and hands are forced behind your back. Those cold, hard handcuffs are locked tightly around your wrists. The handcuffs cause your skin to chaff, and you are pulled off to jail. Maybe you have a chance to bond out of jail.