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1607 East 7th Street
Austin, TX 78702

Antonio Wehnes has been committed to providing responsible and effective counsel for 30 years.

Mr. Wehnes has handled many cases in the Central Texas area, including Jury Trials in the following counties: Travis, Williamson, Hays, Caldwell, and Guadalupe Counties.

My aim is to provide the best possible advice and service to my clients in an efficient, cost-effective and practical manner, while at the same time preserving the elements of a personalized traditional legal advisor-client relationship.

Our office is ready to provide a vigorous and effective defense against a wide variety of criminal charges, including:

  • shoplifting
  • drug offenses
  • DWI
  • assault


Anyone recently arrested and charged with a crime should consult with a criminal attorney as soon as possible.
That is why I offer a free initial consultation. During that interview I will provide the accused with information regarding:

  • their legal rights
  • the process associated with facing and overcoming legal charges
  • the range of possible sentences they face
  • the potential for getting their charges reduced or, if possible, dropped altogether

Antonio Wehnes provides top quality legal services at reasonable rates.  Whether you face minor or major criminal charges, in state or federal court, you can trust Antonio Wehnes to provide you with an aggressive, affordable defense.

Education and Licenses

1976 BA in Philosophy, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA.
1980 JD, Hastings College of Law, University of California in San Francisco.

Licensed to practice law in Texas, and Federal Court of United States in the Western District of Texas.

Admitted to practice law in California, but not active.

Si la justicia existe, tiene que ser para todos; nadie puede quedar excluido, de lo contrario ya no sería justícia. – Simón Bolívar

Victorious warriors win first, then go to war, while defeated warriors go to war first and then seek to win. —Sun Tzu

Never hate your enemies. It affects your judgment.
– Michael Corleone: The Godfather: Part III 1990