Ketterman & Amann, PLLC
From Capital Murder to DWI, the lawyers at Ketterman & Amann PLLC are dedicated to defending those accused of criminal conduct. In both State and Federal Court, whether at trial or pursuing an appeal, Ketterman & Amann employ the most advanced and sophisticated tactics in securing the best possible results for its clients. A meaningful relationship is established between lawyer and client to accomplish this goal. The lawyers are available 24/7, by either cell phone or personal meetings. Consultations are free and weekend meetings are readily available. Ketterman & Amann has received a BV Peer Review rating from Martindale-Hubbell, which is the highest professional and ethical rating possible. The Better Business Bureau has likewise ranked Ketterman & Amann as an accredited business. More information about Ketterman & Amann can be found at http://www.ka-lawyers.com/.
Our law firm is dedicated to serving the needs of clients by providing the highest level of commitment, experience and professionalism to achieve successful results. We defend all types of federal and state criminal cases, and also focus many of our resources on juvenile and CPS cases as well. Please click on our Practice Areas for a more detailed list of the matters that we handle.
When hiring an attorney, you should always feel comfortable and confident with your ultimate choice. That is why we promise that you can always talk directly to one of our lawyers. The office will strive to keep you completely informed as your case progresses. You will be involved with all decisions affecting your case.
Colin B. Amann
B.A. in Chemistry, Virginia Tech (1981)
J.D., University of Houston, Bates School of Law (1985)
Admitted to the Bar
State Bar of Texas -- 1987
Areas of Practice
Criminal Defense (Federal & State) and Appellate (Federal & State).
U.S. Supreme Court; U.S. Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit; U.S. District Court, Southern, Northern and Eastern Districts of Texas; Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association.
Colin B. Amann was raised in Northern Virginia and attended college at Virginia Tech, where he received a bachelor’s degree in chemistry. Colin moved to Houston in 1982 to attend law school at the University of Houston Bates School of Law.
While in law school, Colin worked as a law clerk for noted criminal defense attorney, Mike Ramsey. After graduating in 1985, Colin was hired as an associate to Mike Ramsey and during the following seven years, assisted Mr. Ramsey in the representation of such clients as Commissioner Bob Eckels, Councilman Ben Reyes, and baseball star Roger Clemens. Colin continues to assist Mr. Ramsey in many of his cases. In addition to managing high-profile clients, Colin has become very experienced with document-intensive white collar criminal cases.
In 1989, Colin was hired by the University of Houston as an adjunct law professor. For the next four years -- in addition to his duties as a practicing lawyer -- Colin taught legal research and writing to first-year law students.
In addition to being a member of the Texas State Bar, Colin is admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, and the United States District Courts for Northern, Southern and Eastern Districts of Texas. During his legal career, Colin has traveled throughout the State of Texas and Louisiana to represent clients in both Federal and State courts. Colin has been recognized by Strathmore’s “Who’s Who” for his achievements in the legal profession.