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Vic  Feazell

Vic Feazell

As an Austin personal injury lawyer, Vic Feazell is passionate about protecting the rights of the men and women who have been injured. He is driven by a genuine desire to secure justice and the compensation injured individuals need to recover from their losses. He believes that injured individuals should be given a voice and that legal action must be taken when negligence or recklessness causes harm to others.

Before entering into private practice, Attorney Vic Feazell served two terms as District Attorney in Waco’s McLennan County. In this capacity, he tried six capital murder cases and several civil trial cases. He has been honored with repeated inclusion on the Super Lawyers® list, received the 2018 Outstanding Pro bono Award from McLennan County Young Lawyer Association and has been listed among the Top 100 Lawyers by the American Trial Lawyers Association. He is in the Guinness Book of World Records for achieving the biggest libel award of $58 million.

For his work and legal prowess, Attorney Vic Feazell has been nationally recognized on ABC 20/20, A&E Biography, 60 Minutes, and Vanity Fair. He was also featured in an episode of “Crime Watch Daily” in 2016 for his work on a murder case initially tried as arson. He is the author of the book “Rhinos Sharks & Unicorns: A Hero’s Journey” and runs his own film production company, One Horn Productions.

Attorney Vic Feazell is no stranger to representing clients in high-stakes, high-profile litigation. In 2018, he represented the victim in the sexual assault case against the former president of Baylor University’s Phil Delta Theta fraternity, Jacob Anderson. Facing criminal charges, Anderson’s case garnered widespread notoriety and international media attention, leading to his expulsion. He now faces a civil lawsuit from the victim for $1 million in damages.

In 2019, Attorney Vic Feazell started hosting a podcast called The Vic Feazell Show, detailing his involvement in exposing the infamous hoax involving alleged serial killer, Henry Lee Lucas, who falsely confessed to more than 600 murder and missing persons cases during the 1980s. The podcast also sheds light on the overwhelming retaliation he faced from powerful members of Texas’ law enforcement, who instigated a media smear campaign against him, resulting in him winning a record-breaking $58 million libel verdict.

Attorney Vic Feazell also appeared in the acclaimed five-part Netflix docuseries, The Confession Killer, about Henry Lee Lucas and how evidence of the hoax continues to emerge to this day.

If you wish to file an injury claim for yourself or on behalf of a loved one, Attorney Vic Feazell can explain the process to you during a free initial consultation. After carefully reviewing the details of your personal injury matter, he can recommend the strongest course of action that you should take.


  • Baylor University School of Law, J.D. – 1979
  • University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, B.A. – 1972


  • American Trial Lawyers Association
  • College of the State Bar
  • Judicial Affairs Committee of the Austin Bar Association
  • State Bar of Texas
  • National Criminal Defense Lawyer’s Association
  • Executive Committee of the National Trial Lawyers Association

Published Author

  • Rhinos Sharks & Unicorns: A Hero's Journey
  • A Hero's Journey

Movie Producer

  • Rhino’s the Movie (see resume for awards)
  • Natural Selection starring David Carradine
  • Blood Sweat and Teeth
  • Rage in the Cage

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.

Your Journey To Justice Starts Here

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