The Law Office of Clint F. Sare

(979) 822-1505

102 East 26th Street
Bryan, Texas 77803


Attorney Profile


Clint Sare has been licensed to practice law in Texas since 1993. Before obtaining his law degree from Texas Tech University School of law, Mr. Sare earned a Bachelor of Science in Law Enforcement and Master of Arts in Criminology from Sam Houston State University. Mr. Sare worked as a staff attorney at the Seventh Court of Appeals in Amarillo Texas over thirteen years where he participated in the preparation of hundreds of opinions on a wide variety of civil and criminal cases.

Clint Sare was licensed as a peace officer by the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement Officer Standards and Education and earned a Master Peace Officer proficiency certificate, the highest certificate available. Mr. Sare is also Board Certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in Criminal Appellate Law.

Professional Activities:

President, Texas Association of Appellate Court Attorneys, 2007

Chair, State Bar of Texas Computer and Technology Section, 2001

Technology Committee, Equal Access to Justice Commission.

State Bar of Texas Jury Service Committee.


Clint Sare has written and given presentations on many subjects within his areas of practice

Presentations:

The Practitioner's Perspective, Texas Association of Appellate Court Attorneys. 2010.

Intermediate Arrest, Search and Seizure, Plano Police Department, 2009.

Appellate Practice for the General Practitioner, Walker County Bar Association, 2008.

Courtroom Presentation of Expert Testimony, Texas A & M University, Department of Entomology, October 26, 2007.

Using Geographical Information Systems in Your Business, West Texas Small Business Development Center, November, 2005.

Ethical Issues in Use of Electronic Media, Amarillo Area Young Lawyers, April, 2002.

Technology Update, Amarillo Area Bar Association, November, 2001.

Digital Signatures, Assoc. of Information Technology Professionals, November, 2001.

Identity Theft, West Texas A & M Univ. Staff Council, October, 2001.

Disaster Computer Operations, Panhandle Disaster Institute, July, 2001.

Frivolous and Indigent Appeals, Texas Association of Appellate Court Attorneys, May, 2001.

Panel member, Identity Theft Seminar, Amarillo, Texas, May, 2001.

State Bar of Texas Annual Meeting, Software Sampler 2000.

Full-text Searching and Internet Research, Texas Assoc. of Appellate Court Attorneys, June, 2000.

State Bar of Texas CLE, Practical Computing for Lawyers, presentations: Internet Use in Appellate Practice; CD-ROM Briefs. June, 1999.

State Bar of Texas CLE, What Attorneys Should Know About the Internet, April 24, May 8, May 22, 1998.

Articles:

Practicing Before the Seventh Court of Appeals, O’CONNER’S TEXAS RULES, CIVIL APPEALS, Jones McClure Publishing, 2006.

CD-ROM Filings at Trial and Beyond, COMPUTER LAW REVIEW AND TECHNOLOGY JOURNAL, pp. 1-15, Spring 1999.

Appellate Docketing Statements, THE APPELLATE ADVOCATE, February 1998.

Contributor, Cryptography’s Role in Securing the Information Society, National Research Council Report, 1995.