Troy M. Ainsworth, Ph. D.
Historic Preservation Officer
Most times, law enforcement is video recording their interaction with an accused. If an accused does not give a breath sample, the states case is based on the contents of said video. How a person appears on said video is key in the defense of DWI/DUI cases.
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Traffic Citations and Warrants
*We are no longer accepting Horizon Citations
*Same Day Late Fee of $10 added for citations
*Parking Tickets and Photo Enforced Violations are not accepted
Mr. Wyatt’s legal focus is criminal law and litigation. He has handled thousands of cases and has taken a large variety of cases to jury trial, ranging from murder to DWI. He has been called to testify in court as an expert witness. He has spoken to many groups, ranging from Mexican legal officials to college students. He has also given numerous media interviews and has appeared on several television and radio programs.
Prior to becoming a lawyer, Mr. Wyatt was a Pit Trader in the Chicago commodities markets. He was an open-outcry trader of futures and options on the floor of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange and the Chicago Board Options Exchange.
Mr. Wyatt is a two-time National Federation of Music award winner. For two consecutive years, he received a Superior rating, which is the highest award given to a pianist! He is a student pilot, a graduate of the Bondurant School of High Performance Driving, and an ongoing pupil of martial arts. He has also appeared in three local theatrical productions.
Justin B. Underwood is a 1994 graduate of Hanks High School. While attending Hanks, Justin was a member of the Varsity Wrestling Team and lettered all four years. Justin was a two time District Champion in his weight class and a Team Captain his senior year. Justin qualified for the State Wrestling Tournament twice while in High School. Much of his dedication and perseverance in this demanding sport fueled his achievements after graduation. In addition, Justin was honored to be the 2013 Grand Marshall of the Hanks Home-coming parade.
Justin graduated with Honors from Texas Tech University in 1998 and obtained a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science. While attending Texas Tech, Justin made the Dean’s Honor Roll and worked at the Texas Tech Recreational Center. Justin was a member of Pi Sigma Alpha, the national political science honor society. He was also invited to become a member of the very prestigious Golden Key National Honor Society. Justin was accepted into the Texas Tech School of Law in the fall of 1998.
In the summer of 1999, Justin received an internship with the El Paso District Attorney’s office. While at Texas Tech Law, Justin was an officer with the Student Bar Association and was a member of the National Mock Trial Team. Justin also became a member of the distinguished Board of Barristers organization which conducted competitions for Negotiation, Mock Trial and Moot Court events. During his last year of law school, Justin was elected as president of the Texas Tech School of Law’s Delta Theta Phi law fraternity by his peers. Justin also worked as an appellate law clerk for the Lubbock County District Attorney’s of-fice while attending law school. Justin graduated from the Texas Tech School of Law in May 2001.
Upon passing the July 2001, Texas Bar Examination, Justin returned to El Paso to begin his legal career. Justin was hired by the El Paso District Attorney’s office as an Assistant District Attorney. While at the El Paso County District Attorney’s office, Justin prosecuted thousands of cases ranging from simple misdemeanors to serious felonies, including murder. He presented cases to Grand Juries and worked with law enforcement agencies in the trial preparation of cases. To this day, Justin still serves as a special prosecutor for the State of Texas at the request of the elected District Attorney.
In 2004, Justin left the El Paso District Attorney’s office to form Wyatt, Underwood & Myers, PLLC. In 2012, Justin was admitted as a fellow to the Texas Bar Foundation, an honor only bestowed upon the top 1/3 of 1% of Texas attorneys. Every year since 2009 Justin has received a BV rating, the highest a lawyer can receive, from Martindale-Hubbell. Justin is a Member of the Texas Defense Lawyers Association, the El Paso Bar Association, the UTEP alumni association, and the Texas Tech alumni association. He also currently serves as the President of the El Paso Chapter of the Texas Tech Alumni Association.
Justin enjoys hunting, fishing, golf, Johnny Cash music, and riding his Harley Davidson in his free time.
Sheldon A. Myers joined this firm in 2009, creating the firm of Wyatt, Underwood & Myers, PLLC. Before joining this firm, Sheldon ran his own law practice for five years.
Sheldon has lived in six different states, finally settling in Texas. Sheldon graduated from Portland State University in 1994 as Co-Outstanding Senior with a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice. To escape the rain of the northwest, Sheldon went to law school in Waco, Texas at Baylor Law School. Sheldon was a member of the Law Review and graduated near the top ten percent of his class.
Sheldon moved to El Paso to enjoy the hot, dry weather and work at the El Paso County District Attorney’s Office. While there Sheldon prosecuted felonies and misdemeanors ranging from trespassing to murder; for four and half years.
Desiring more variety in life, Sheldon left the DA’s office and opened his own practice in 2003. Sheldon became licensed to practice in Federal Court, practiced in Probate Court, and continued handling a large volume of state criminal cases.
In 2009 Sheldon joined Wyatt and Underwood, creating the firm of Wyatt, Under-wood & Myers, PLLC. His wife, Angie, became Office Manager shortly after being hired.
Sheldon has experience in different walks of life, from working in grocery stores to being a licensed airplane mechanic. Sheldon enjoys riding a sport motorcycle and coaching his son’s baseball team in the spring.
The George Washington University Law School in Washington, D.C. and a Bachelor of Arts, Magna Cum Laude, from Our Lady of the Lake University.
Before joining Wyatt, Underwood & Myers, she worked at Texas RioGrande Legal Aid under a fellowship where she helped provide legal services at no cost.
While in law school, Elena worked full time at the United States Department of Agriculture, where she wrote federal regulations and legal opinions for the Animal and Plant Inspection Service’s Animal Care Division.
Elena enjoys indie music, cooking, gardening, and skiing.
Once payment is received we will notify the court that you have hired an attorney. The court will take care of setting up a court date where we can contest your citation. It will be a six month process and your attorney will go to court for you during this time. Once the final judgement has been given, we will notify you right away. (Please be aware it is your responsibility to update us if there is a change in address or phone number.)
You can fax it to (915) 838-9709 or email it to email@example.com
You can call us at (915) 485-9100 and we will be more than happy to assist you.
No, the attorney will go to court for you at all times for the citation we were hired for.
No, if you comply with the final judgement for your ticket it will not be on your record.
It is mandatory that the court send a court notice to the defendant. They also mail out the attorney copies that we calendar and make sure to appear on your behalf.
There is no clear answer for this; if you have surcharges we will be unable to clear those for you. You have to contact the surcharge department at (800) 688-6882.
You will not be eligible to take a defensive driving course.
It will take five to seven business days to lift a warrant and we will notify you as soon as it is lifted.
Yes, once your warrant is lifted you can get your driver license and any other paperwork you may need. (Please note if you have any surcharges. We cannot assist you with renewing any documents unless your surcharges can be taken care of.)
No, unless the judge gives a judgement of additional fines.
If you got your ticket in the El Paso County area we can still represent you on your citation.
We will be unable to represent you.