Steven M. Williams Interview

Steven M. Williams Interview

There are 32 comments on the KFDX-TV Wichita Falls story from Nov 11, 2007, titled Steven M. Williams Interview. In it, KFDX-TV Wichita Falls reports that:

“I know a lot of people. I know there's a lot of people who are a lot worse than I am, as far as the things they do in their personal life. But, it seems like when you're at the top, there are a lot more people taking aim at you. And, they got me.”

Three days after being booked into the Archer County Jail for violating his probation, long- time Wichita Falls attorney, Steven M. Williams is speaking out on a number of topics. via KFDX-TV Wichita Falls

Join the discussion below, or Read more at KFDX-TV Wichita Falls.

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Gary

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#1 Nov 12, 2007
It's a sad sad commentary on our community when an incarcerated and convicted felon can sit behind bars and, while waiting on that white bus to take him to prison, he can solicit present clients to wait on him to be released so that he can "help them" with their legal problems. Is there really anyone so stupid that they would knowingly walk into a court of law with an admitted and convicted drug addict for a lawyer? There are too many good lawyers in town to have to settle for a junkie. Get lost Steve.
WF resident

Wichita Falls, TX

#2 Nov 13, 2007
x 100,000!!!
Charlesgirl

AOL

#3 Nov 22, 2007
Steve is very much a narcisstic fool. The first words out of his mouth was something to the effect, "When a person is at the top of their game, "they" all try to bring him down,they got me! He and his brother Kevin both believe that everyone else is at fault and that they are innocent victims to everyone that is jealous of them and wants to"bring them down." It would be funny if not so sad because that kind of thinking makes them downright dangerous!
WF resident

Wichita Falls, TX

#4 Nov 26, 2007
He carves a path of misery from drugs, divorces, getting his own kids in trouble, and making a mockery of the law. Not to mention those ridiculous commercials where he was punching on a punching bag, or playing hockey against a child. It is laughable. As if he could fight his way out of a paper bag.... Crazy and high do not a good fighter make.
DWAYNE

Wichita Falls, TX

#5 Dec 21, 2007
1 Thing people might want to find out is who is his dealer?...wake up out there!!...there are more,probably many more just like him..they just have not been caught yet!...you cant honestly beleive his staff, or law enforcement were not aware of his going-ons....c'mon! The worst part of it is that noboby is investigating it either...He's their scapegoat!
Nancy

Fort Worth, TX

#6 Jun 18, 2008
The only thing different between Steve and half the other Yo-yo's in Wichita Falls is the fact that Steve got caught. Anyone thinking that the judicial system isn't as guilty for the current situation as the felon is void of any reality in life. Addiction is an illness, ignorance is the unwillingness to learn the truth and act on it. No one is innocent of all things so why are we all so quick to judge others? As is Steve, there are many brilliant "addicts" in this world. Perhaps defocused from what's important... perhaps intentionally choosing to go down their chosen paths, whatever the case, society is just as much to blame as the addict. Pills are bought from "trained" staff in pharmacies, yet these "trained" staff members will sell multiply boxes of pills to the same person with different ID.. all in the same day. Who's supposed to be on top of things? The addict, who has a problem and could possibly be cured with help... or the "trained professionals" that are there to help stop the problem? Wake up... the only difference between Steve and any of several unmentioned doctors, lawyers, police officers, jailers, nurses, bus drivers, bankers, athlete's, school teachers, and the list goes on and on...believe me, I know... is that they haven't gotten caught. Watch where you point that one finger and remember how many is pointing back at you. God bless this weary world.
Anonymous

United States

#7 Jun 19, 2008
Steve, I worked for you for several years and the whole time it was pretty obvious you were high or in the process of getting high in your private "little room" upstairs in the back of office. You were always so paranoid of the Narcotics Officers that might be able to see in your office with binoculars. If you weren't getting high, you were putting some of your employees through pure hell while showing extrememe partiality to others. On numerous occasions you were warned about bringing your drug habit into the office, but you thought it was funny and that it's always the other people that get caught. But not you Steve, you were above the law! Funny, your brother was caught once, got out, and where did he go for employment? Right back to where he was getting the drugs before his bust. Now he is going back/or is already there, to serve time for his drug habit again. I can just hear your mother saying "not my boys. They're always picking on my boys because their high profile." Wake up!
Tom2

AOL

#8 Jun 19, 2008
I personally know Steve Williams and can honestly say that this man not only used illegal substances but also provided it to others. This is no secret and is very well known throughout the judicial and law enforcement communities. There were times at the courthouse when Steve was so high that he was considered barely coherent. Watching him recently on television sitting there in his TDC issues, soliciting clients was embarrassing and a disgrace to the legal profession. If the truth about Steve was fully disclosed he would be sitting in a cell for the next 200 years.
Tex

United States

#9 Jul 9, 2008
Has anyone heard when Steve is to be released? It will be interesting to see what he does and if he reestablished his law practice in Wichita Falls.
Charlesgal

AOL

#10 Jul 20, 2008
Addiction is a choice...tired of every sin being called an illness...

Steve is now practicing law again and you would be surprised about people that want to use him again. They think that because they paid him thousands of dollars that he will just make good his services for the fee. Alas, that is not how Stevie rolls, now is it? Seven months is hardly enough time to dry out from a 20 plus your habit. And yet, he is free to do whatever he wants now because he has served his time. No monitoring, no pee tests, no hair follicle tests...Justice?
Anonymous

Killeen, TX

#12 Sep 11, 2008
Give Steve a break! He paid his debt to society. Addiction is an illness. Now he can get the help he needs. Nobody is perfect.
WFPD

Wichita Falls, TX

#13 Sep 11, 2008
Anonymous wrote:
Now he can get the help he needs. Nobody is perfect.
Yah I am sure he is gonna get right on that. How many chances can we give this guy. I don't understand you nut huggers of his that think it's ok to break the law!
Tex

Denver, CO

#14 Sep 18, 2008
Steve Williams certainly has embarrassed himself and his profession, but he has served his time and those of us who believe in the justice system have to accept that and give him a chance to recover, both personally and professionally.
WFPD

Wichita Falls, TX

#15 Sep 18, 2008
Tex wrote:
Steve Williams certainly has embarrassed himself and his profession, but he has served his time and those of us who believe in the justice system have to accept that and give him a chance to recover, both personally and professionally.
Served his time?? Sorry, but the man has been selling Cocaine at Toby's for YEARS before he was caught, myself and many others saw this first hand. He could serve ten years and still wouldn't be close to what he should serve....
suporter

Waxahachie, TX

#16 Sep 22, 2008
Face the facts. Steve has maid it to the top once, he will most likely do it again and again!
Tex

Fairfield, CT

#17 Sep 23, 2008
If being addicted to, and distributing drugs is "making it to the top", then I suppose that Steve was there. He has certainly paid a high price for his choice of lifestyles and it is doubtful if his professional career will ever fully recover. He will live with the stigma of his past for the rest of his life.
suporter

Waxahachie, TX

#18 Sep 23, 2008
If we choose to look at the negitive in a mans life and make judgment based on it, we may all very well be needing to take a strong look in the mirror. Instead, maybe we should remember that for years he has been one of the best payed attorneys in his area,and that is something that took alot of hard work. His addiction is something that hopefully he works very hard to overcome and one of the key factors will be the support he is given by others.
WFPD

Wichita Falls, TX

#19 Sep 25, 2008
I wonder if he took all the cameras down that we found in his house when he used to give drug parties. (You know what happens at those).
Tex

United States

#20 Sep 25, 2008
I don't think that there is much that I could hear about Steve that would really surprise me. No doubt that he has made alot of money, and did as equally good at blowing it. It takes more than a short trip to prison to break an addiction, so I expect that the problem will resurface at some point. Sad thing is that there are many fine decent lawyers in Wichita Falls, and they all suffer when one goes bad.
More Truth

AOL

#21 Oct 2, 2008
WFPD wrote:
I wonder if he took all the cameras down that we found in his house when he used to give drug parties.(You know what happens at those).
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