Angie Roberts – Huckaby
Angie Roberts Huckaby
- Family Law
Angie Roberts spent the first decade of her legal career with the Hays County District Attorney's Office. She started as a law clerk and once licensed, she became a civil prosecutor handling every aspect of civil justice with distinction and was promoted to the Chief position in July of 2017. As Chief, Angie managed five assistant district attorneys, seven paralegals, and several law clerks during her tenure. Angie's dedication to protecting children and victims of domestic violence is unwavering.
Angie's experience with civil law at the district attorney's office gives her a unique advantage in managing complex litigation, especially involving, child modifications, termination of parental rights, and civil jury trials. Angie has had the privilege of preparing for over 17 civil jury trials and arguing a dozen civil jury trials to verdict. She has experience with Post-Convictions Appeals and has presented oral arguments to the Texas Supreme Court. Additionally, Angie has filed numerous Writs, Protective Orders, Motions to Quash, Forfeiture cases, Expunctions, Nondisclosures, Mental Health commitments, open records, and assisted in advising law enforcement agencies.
Angie prides herself on blending the responsibilities of practicing law and running a small business with being a wife and the mother of two energetic young children. Through this framework, Angie is able visualize the big picture for each case and execute a strategic plan of action for her clients. While each case is unique some of the most complex issues are best understood by the perspective of a mother and business professional.
- St. Mary's University School of Law, San Antonio, Texas
- Doctorate of Jurisprudence - 05/2013
- University Of Wyoming Laramie
- B.S., Bachelor of Science - 08/2003
- Major: Political Science
- Texas, 2013
- U.S. District Court Western District of Texas, 2014
- Deceiving Law Students: Employment Statistics and Employment Liability, St. Mary's Law Journal, Vol. 44, Number 3, 2013