Allen Ayers is a criminal defense attorney in Plano, TX, who works tirelessly to defend those accused of sex crimes against children and other types of domestic violence charges.
As a student at Texas Tech University School of Law, Allen Ayers knew that he wanted to help those suffering under the burden of heinous charges with the odds stacked against them.
He has earned his Bachelor's degree in History from the University of California, graduating cum laude, and he continued to dedicate himself to his education in law school through serving as an intern at the Lubbock County District Attorney's Office.
This position gave him a first-hand look at family violence and charges involving crimes against children.
After gaining his license to practice in Texas, he used this experience to pursue his goal of defending those in need.
Following graduation, he served under Collin County Probate Judge Weldon Copeland for a short time before devoting himself to his own practice, the Law Office of Allen M. Myers.
He then joined with the skilled attorneys at Stuckle & Ferguson to provide the highest quality of legal service for those charged with stigmatized crimes involving children, such as sexual abuse and child neglect.
Allen Ayers stays updated on current legal issues as a member of both the Collin County Criminal Defense Lawyers Association and the Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association.
He is proud to dedicate his time to difficult cases, helping underdogs fight against a weighted system, and aggressively pursuing the truth on his client's behalf.
EducationB.A. in History, University of California, Cum Laude J.D., Texas Tech University School of Law
ExperienceInternship at Lubbock County District Attorney's Office Fellowship under Collin County Probate Judge Founder of Private Practice, The Law Office of Allen M. Ayers
Bar AdmissionTexas State Bar (2010 – Present)
MembershipsCollin County Criminal Defense Lawyers Association Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association