Samantha M. Malfitano is an aggressive trial attorney and has tried cases with complicated civil law and criminal law issues. Samantha Malfitano has extensive knowledge and experience conducting trials and hearings before both juries and judges. Her trial experience includes DWI, theft, drug charges, all Misdemeanor and Felony cases, divorce, modification, child custody issues, enforcement issues, visitation issues, child support enforcement issues, temporary orders, Temporary Restraining Orders (TRO), Suit Affecting the Parent-Child Relationship (SAPCR), Grandparent rights and Child protective services. She has been featured in the Criminal Defense Lawyers, “The Voice” magazine.
Samantha has probate experience. She can help you understand Texas Probate Law and guide you to determine whether or not you need to file in probate court or if you have other options to transfer property. Her extensive trial experience means that she can help you with contested probate matters.
Samantha has conducted several “ALR,” or “Administrative License Revocation hearings,” and can help you protect your driver’s license and lower administrative fees during pending DWI charges. She has extensive knowledge in helping obtain an occupational license if your driver’s license is suspended because of a DWI or unsettled traffic tickets. She can help you clear your criminal record with an expunction or petition of non-disclosure.
Samantha grew up in the Santa Clarita Valley in Southern California and moved to Texas as a teenager. She graduated Conroe High School and chose Montgomery County Texas to be her permanent home and raise her family. She attended Texas A&M at Galveston and received a Bachelor of Science in Maritime Administration in 2004. She studied Maritime Law and Graduated with her J.D. from The Law School of Roger Williams University in Bristol, Rhode Island in 2007. Samantha M. Malfitano has been licensed to practice law in the State of Texas since 2009.
Samantha M. Malfitano is a member of the Montgomery County Bar Association, the Texas A&M Alumni Association, the Montgomery County Criminal Defense Bar and the Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association.
- Occupational license
- Occupational license hearings
- Administrative license hearings
- Grandparent’s rights
- Expunction of criminal records
- Petition of non-disclosure
- Clear criminal records in Texas
- Clearance of criminal records
- DWI defense
- DUI defense
- Driving under the influence defense