Attorney John E. Choate, Jr. wants to win YOUR case.

We are a Conroe Law Office focused on winning your case. Established in Spring 1995, we serve Montgomery, Harris, and the surrounding counties. Founded on the pillars of respect, diligence, and loyalty, we are here to help you through the most difficult times in your life. Make an appointment for your free initial consultation.

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John E. Choate, Jr.

John graduated from the University of Houston, obtaining a Bachelor in Science in Finance and Juris Doctorate from West Michigan's Thomas Cooley Law School. John has practiced law for 20+ years in Montgomery, Harris, and the surrounding counties.

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 I am passionate about providing a successful outcome for you. I will fight for your rights, file motions, and object--emotionally if needed--to your injustice. I take great pride in providing high-quality legal services.

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29. Apr

Texas Constitutional Carry

The term “democracy” is often used erroneously to describe our system of government. It seems to be especially popular among politicians who happen to find their party out of power. “What he is doing is harmful to our democracy!” is almost a religious chant today. But, if we don’t have a democracy, what do we …
25. Apr

The State, Mental Health and Our Kids

With an increased emphasis on mental health coming to the public attention in the last few years it is inevitable that governments, including the Texas Congress, would become involved. While most of this emphasis may be driven, at least among the average citizen, by school violence, there are many other reasons for this renewed focus …

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