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Stephanie Lynn May

Stephanie Lynn May was born and raised in San Angelo, Texas. She attended the University of Texas at Austin for college, where she was a member of the Alpha Phi sorority. Stephanie earned her law degree from St. Mary’s University School of Law in San Antonio, Texas. During law school, she was a criminal law clerk for the Law Office of Edward F. Shaughnessy, III. She also held an internship with the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals in Austin, Texas where she assisted the Courts’ staff attorneys with death penalty cases, writs of habeas corpus, and petitions for discretionary review. Stephanie also had the opportunity to attend the Institute of World Legal Problems in Innsbruck, Austria where she met and attended lectures by the late United States Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia.

Upon passing the Texas Bar Examination, Stephanie began working in San Antonio, Texas as a criminal defense attorney at the Law Offices of Jamie Balagia a.k.a. “The DWI Dude.” During her time at the law offices, she worked a high volume criminal docket and represented hundreds of individuals charged with drug and/or intoxication offenses – namely, driving while intoxicated. She was also promoted to the Managing Attorney of all Administrative License Revocation (ALR) hearings for the San Antonio office. Because of her expertise in ALR hearings, she was asked to co-author LexisNexis Practice Guide: Texas Drunk Driving Laws. In 2017, Stephanie left the Law Offices of Jamie Balagia and opened her own law practice. She exclusively focuses on criminal defense and her principal office is located in downtown San Angelo, Texas.

Stephanie is also licensed to practice in the United States District Court of Northern & Western District of Texas.

“Stephanie is such a great business woman. She very professional and good at what she does. She stays focused on you the client throughout the whole process I can’t thank Stephanie enough for her services she did beyond awesome!”

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