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Philip M. Gommels

Philip M. Gommels is a Houston criminal attorney and principal of The Law Office of Philip M. Gommels, PLLC. He has extensive trial experience and has represented individual clients in a wide variety of legal matters.

He is admitted to practice in Texas state courts, as well as federal courts for the Southern District of Texas, Northern District of Texas, Eastern District of Texas, and Fifth Circuit.

In 2013 and 2014 Houstonia Magazine named Mr. Gommels a “Top Lawyer” in the field of Criminal Defense.

Client Reviews

He is a great lawyer and trustworthy

He represented me better than I anticipated and did a lot of research and investigation on my cases. He got me a good deal on both cases and reduced one of my felonies to a misdemeanor. He is definitely a great Houston criminal defense lawyer. He did a real good job and he really cares about his clients.



– Jose Luis

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