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Aubrey Robertson

Aubrey Robertson

Attorney Aubrey Robertson was drawn to criminal law after realizing how impactful a great attorney could be in the lives of others in their communities. He has since acted as an Assistant District Attorney and a criminal defense attorney, representing people on both sides of the courtroom. Through his actions, efforts, and unshakable sense of justice and fairness, he has been able to positively influence the people around him and people in need.


For most of his legal career, Attorney Aubrey Robertson acted as a prosecutor in both Houston and Waco, where he gained powerful insight into the legal workings of the Texas criminal justice system.

In personally managing criminal prosecutions of all sorts, from murders to drug crimes, he was able to gain impressive legal abilities and understandings.


Attorney Robertson brings those experiences and lessons to the Law Offices of Vic Feazell, P.C. to benefit his clients. He knows the people they represent are real people trying to lead their lives as best they can; they are not dockets, case files, or wrongdoers, as the criminal justice system often depicts them. In order to create a stronger defense case for his clients, Attorney Aubrey Robertson shows the prosecution the lives of the people behind the charges, humanizing them before judge and jury.


Throughout his career, whether he acted for the state or the defendant, Attorney Aubrey Robertson has maintained that a cornerstone of a healthy attorney-client relationship is communication. Using emails, phone calls, and text messages, he makes himself available to clients at all hours of the day so they can get pressing questions and concerns addressed without delay. He also makes certain his clients know what is going on and what to expect as a case develops, keeping them knowledgeable and confident in proceedings.


Aubrey grew up in Houston, Texas and graduated from Humble High School in 2001. While attending Baylor University – where he graduated with a double major in Political Science and Slavic and Eastern European Studies – he planned on leading a career that would allow him to help former Soviet countries draft new, fair, and citizen-oriented constitutions. At the New York Law School, he became heavily involved in mock trials and criminal law clinics, which eventually influenced him to change his career focus to the criminal justice system.


Aubrey worked with the Legal Aid Society of New York City to complete pro bono work. He also served as a law clerk for the Honorable L.B. Stone of the Supreme Court of New York County, and he interned with the Harris County District Attorney’s Office. Before joining the Law Offices of Vic Feazell, P.C., he served as an Assistant District Attorney, a criminal defense attorney for two firms, and then an Assistant District Attorney again, which eventually progressed to District Court Felony Chief.


Attorney Aubrey Robertson is excited to a part of the Law Offices of Vic Feazell, P.C. He recognizes Attorney Feazell’s work as a former-elected District Attorney of McLennan County with an impressive trial record. As a people-oriented law office and with attorneys who are not afraid of the courtroom, he is a perfect fit. When clients retain the firm’s legal service, they put a fighter on their side.


  • New York Law School, New York, New York, Juris Doctor, May 2008
  • Baylor University Waco, Texas, Bachelor of Arts, December 2004
    • Primary Major: Political Science
    • Secondary Major: Slavic and Eastern European Studies
    • Minor: History


  • State Bar of Texas, November 2008



  • Board of Directors for the Waco-McLennan County Bar Association
  • Member, New York Law School Federalist Society
  • Former Co-Chairman, Baylor Ambassadors, White House Relations Committee
  • Former Chairman, Phi Alpha Delta, Mock Trial Committee
  • Former Co-Chairman, BIC Leadership Council Faculty Relations Committee
  • Former Captain, Baylor Undergrad Mock Trial
  • Former Member, Editorial Staff of Analysis of Current Events
  • Awarded New York Law School Merit Scholarship
  • Awarded Baylor University Provost Scholarship
  • Selected for participation in the Baylor Interdisciplinary Core
  • Member, Phi Alpha Delta, Pre-Law Fraternity
  • Member, Sigma Iota Rho, International Studies Honors Fraternity
  • Member, Baylor Ambassadors Publications Professional Speaking Events

Our History Timeline

  • 1950s
  • 1970s
  • 1982
  • 1984
  • 2011
Raised in Texas

Raised in Texas, Vic Feazell has become a household name to anyone living in the state from the 80's to today. Whether you heard his name on his catchy commercials sporting the "drive laid back" slogan or saw him on the news there is no denying Vic Feazell is a Texas legend.

Law Graduate

By the early 70's Vic had Graduated from Mary Harden Baylor and by 79' had graduated from Baylor School of Law and was practicing law.

One of the Youngest DA's in Texas

He soon had his sights on bigger things. Like becoming the DA of Mclennan County in Waco, Texas. Through a twist of fate the young Vic Feazell won his campaign and became one of the youngest DA's Waco had ever seen. (See the swearing in ceremony) During his 1st term as DA he tried many cases including the Lake Waco Triple Murder cases. In 1984 a jury found David Spence guilty of the murders and sentenced him to the death penalty. Vic is now a vocal advocate against the death penalty.

"Lucas Report"

Then in late 1984 Vic learned of a drifter named Henry Lee Lucas. Lucas claimed to have killed over 300 people across the country and when Lucas confessed to a murder in McLennan County, Feazell became suspicious and wanted the Lucas murders examined more closely. With the help of Attorney General Jim Mattox a large scale investigation was put into place resulting in the famous ''Lucas Report". The report showed Lucas couldn't have commited all the crimes he was admitting to. The report showed Lucas was cashing checks in Florida while at the same time committing a murder in Texas. Due to Vic's diligence, the information gathered still helps law enforcement ensure they get the right guy to this day.

KXXV News Story On Henry Lucas & The Rita Salazar Homicide

Finding the real killer of the Rita Salazar homicide was a full circle moment for Vic. It proved what he had been saying for over 30 years was right that Henry Lee Lucas was not the killer.

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