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People come to attorneys because they have encountered a problem and are looking for someone to provide honest solutions. In providing clients his unfettered advice, knowledge, and skills, Mr. Lafrance obtains satisfactory results and improves the lives of those who trust his counsel. Mr. Lafrance is one of the few attorneys I have trusted for years as a professional resource and friend. His wisdom extends beyond his years and his character is invaluable.

–  Devika L. Carr, Esq.,

Houson is a criminal defense and personal injury lawyer in Broward County, Florida. He combines honesty, game planning and dedication to deliver excellent outcomes for his clients in Broward County.

A dynamic and persuasive trial lawyer, Houson captivates clients and jurors alike. After performing his closing argument, he has drawn praise from opponents, judges and jurors about his abilities. He represents people who are accused of violating the law and individuals injured by the negligence of others.

Houson graduated in 2014 with honors from St. Thomas University School of Law. While in law school he was a member of all three honors organizations: St. Thomas Law Review, St. Thomas University School of Law Moot Court and St. Thomas University School of Law Trial Team.

After graduation from law school and passing the bar in 2014, Houson began his career at the Broward Public Defender’s Office as an Assistant Public Defender. He handled 1000s of criminal cases ranging from misdemeanors, DUI and Felonys. He had an impressive trial record and was able to garner numerous Not Guilty verdicts on impossible cases showing early his natural abilities as a trial lawyer.

In 2016, Houson was offered and accepted a position with Cox, Golodrino & Lafrance PA as a partner. As a partner at CGL, Houson handles all criminal and litigation matters within the firm and provides strategic planning for all litigation cases.

Houson’s hobbies include reading, college football and writing books. His favorite quote is “Excellence Demands Consistency.”