Bo Kalabus aggressively defends those who have been charged with criminal offenses ranging from driving and boating while intoxicated, drug charges of all types, burglary, theft, assault, and other crimes. Bo has proven himself an experienced attorney capable of handling intriate cases from misdemeanor to high-profile felonies for a diverse list of clients including professionals such as pilots, teachers, CEOs, and NFL athletes. Bo’s litigation skills and attention to detail have forged successful outcomes on a broad variety of criminal cases both at the trial court and appellate court levels.

Bo has been honored with many awards, including the prestigious Super Lawyer by Texas Super Lawyers® Magazine, for the past four years, an award only given to less than 5% of the attorneys in the state. He was also named a “Top 100 Trial Lawyer” by The National Trial Lawyers Association. In addition, Bo has an Avvo Rating of 10 “Superb,” the highest rating that Avvo can bestow.

Bo makes it a priority to keep up with the current laws and legal trends. To provide a strong defense in DWI cases, Bo trained under the renowned Dr. Lance Platt to receive his certification to administer roadside Standardized Field Sobriety Tests. He also has advanced training in breath and blood testing, completing the Practical and Applied Gas Chromatography short course taught by Dr. Lee Polite, primary instructor at the prestigious Axion Training Institute, which is at the leading edge of modern chromatography.

Bo earned his Bachelor of Science from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University in Aviation Business with Honors. He subsequently received his J.D. from the St. Mary’s University School of Law. Bo is also a licensed pilot, flying approximately 200 hours a year, and an avid hunter.

AVVO 10.0 Rating

NCDD National College for DUI Defense: Edward  Kalabus, Jr.