Experienced San Antonio Lawyers
Attorneys Kyle C. Simpson and Charles Gold are former Bexar County prosecutors who understand the legal system and use their knowledge to help clients who are facing drunk driving (DWI/DUI), assault and family violence, drug possession, shoplifting and weapons charges. We also handle traffic violations and seek favorable resolutions to probation matters as well as expunction and non-disclosure petitions. For more information, please follow the profile links below or read more about us.
Kyle C. Simpson
Kyle Simpson is a partner in Simpson, Foster and Gold, a criminal defense law firm in San Antonio. Mr. Simpson worked for a United States District Judge in the Northern District of Texas while earning his undergraduate degree. During law school, he completed an internship with the United States Attorney’s office for the Western District of Texas. A graduate of St. Mary’s University School of Law, Mr. Simpson worked as an assistant district attorney prosecuting cases in Bexar County. He left the district attorney’s office in 2006 to open a law firm with two fellow prosecutors. Mr. Simpson primarily practices in the Bexar County Courts and knows the system well. His practice is concentrated in criminal defense, with a focus on Texas Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) cases. A co-author of the annual Texas DWI Law and Practice Handbook, Mr. Simpson is well prepared to represent Texans charged with DWI.
Charles Gold, born and raised in Texas, has lived in San Antonio since 1994. Mr. Gold proudly served in the Texas National Guard for 6 years while attending the University of Texas at San Antonio. He attended the University of St. Mary’s School of Law, where he served as a Journal Member for the St. Mary’s Law Journal. He graduated in the top 12 % of his class in 2003.
Shortly after being licensed in the state of Texas, Charles accepted a position as a prosecutor in Bexar County, under Susan Reed, District Attorney. As an Assistant District Attorney, he tried and handled a multitude of criminal cases as well as networked with most of the courts and their staff. In 2006, Charles opened his own law practice in San Antonio. Now he takes pride in defending his clients and protecting what few protections we have left from our Constitution.