Arlette Escobar, Senior Paralegal – Criminal Division
She prays over all the Morales & Sparks clients and her favorite bible passage is: “Peace I leave you; my peace I give you. I do not give you as the world gives. Do not let your hearts be troubled and do not be afraid.” ~ John 14:27.
Ethan Glenn, Criminal Defense Attorney
Ethan Glenn is an associate attorney at Morales & Sparks P.L.L.C. A lifetime Texan, Ethan has spent time in Dallas, Houston, Corpus Christi, Lubbock, and Austin before joining the Morales & Sparks team. As an undergraduate, he earned a Bachelor of Business Administration at Texas Tech University, as a double major in both Management and Marketing. He then jumped right into law school, earning his Doctor of Jurisprudence from The University of Texas School of Law. While at UT Law, Ethan split his time between the Texas Intellectual Property Law Journal, where he was the Chief Articles Editor, and the UT Law Advocacy Program. As part of the Advocacy Program, he received the 2015 Stanley P. & Claudie P. Endowed Presidential Scholarship for Excellence in Trial Advocacy and became a National Champion as a member of the UT Law Mock Trial Team that won the 2015 National White Collar Crime Mock Trial Invitational. Ethan went on to become a member of the UT chapter of The Order of Barristers, an exclusive national organization of the top litigators in law school.
Ethan’s cases at Morales & Sparks are focused in the Travis, Hays, and Williamson counties, defending clients from all walks of life on all types of cases, including DWIs, assaults, drug offenses, thefts, and more, at both the felony and misdemeanor levels. While his resume shows experience in both criminal and civil work, and on both the prosecutorial and the defense side of the law, he has found his home as a criminal defense attorney with Morales & Sparks. Here, he interacts with clients on a daily basis, fighting for their rights and freedoms as a litigator, and providing unlimited support and invaluable knowledge for clients throughout the legal process as their counselor.
“Everyone always asked me why I wanted to be a lawyer. I would often reply by saying ‘I want to make a difference,’ or ‘I want to help people.’ I would then be pried on just exactly how I was going to do that, and for the longest time, I didn’t have a great answer. But over time, I found my answer in the courtroom; within those walls, I found the place where I could help the most people, where I could make my biggest difference. I found a place where I could fight for my clients, and be there with them through some of the most demanding and stressful moments of their lives. You see, one of my greatest joys is to fix things. I like to fix problems, problems for people. The bigger the problem, the better. And in that courtroom, I found the place, the way, and the means to fix the most important problems I could find; yours.” – Ethan Glenn
Ethan is a member of the Texas Bar Association, the American Bar Association, the American Young Lawyer’s Association, the Texas Young Lawyer’s Association, the Austin Bar Association, and the Williamson County Bar Association.
Florencia Turiaci, Senior Paralegal – Immigration
- assigning cases to other paralegals and attorneys
- interpreting for consultations and meetings between clients and attorneys
- translation of foreign documents received from clients (Spanish & Portuguese)
- communicates with clients regarding pending applications, questionnaires, and gathering documents
- focuses on completing applications and petitions filed with USCIS (US Citizenship and Immigration Services) and NVC (National Visa Center)
Martha Aranda, Immigration Attorney
Martha is a licensed attorney in the state of Texas. Prior to beginning her legal career, she attended Southern Methodist University where she received her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Spanish with honors in Liberal Arts. Immediately following college, she began her studies at The University of Texas School of Law where she earned her Juris Doctor in 2012.
Over the course of her law school education, immigration law became the focus of her academic and professional experiences. She participated in The University of Texas’ Immigration Clinic and volunteered with the Pro Bono Program. She also did pro bono work with various nonprofits throughout the state of Texas.
Following her graduation, she worked for a private firm that focused on immigration and criminal representation. There she worked with over a hundred clients in removal proceedings and also assisted clients with family and employment-based immigration petitions.
She began her work with Morales and Sparks in May 2016. Initially, her focus was criminal representation for Spanish speaking individuals. However, recently, she has rededicated herself to her first passion, immigration law.
Miesha Dunn-Aubrey, Criminal Defense Attorney
Miesha is a licensed attorney in Texas and is currently practicing at our Georgetown location. She handles Williamson County misdemeanors, felonies, and juvenile cases. She also serves as co-counsel to our Managing Partner on many of his cases. Miesha discovered her passion for criminal law after one of her first clients hugged her with tears rolling down his face and stated “you have no idea what this means to me. You just saved my entire career.” She is grateful for the opportunity to help people that have lost hope. Miesha cannot promise you 20 years of trial experience, but what she can promise you is an attorney that will take a genuine interest in your case; one that will go above and beyond to explore every option for the best result, AND one that will be there for you in your time of need.
Miesha attended Baylor University where she pursued an undergraduate degree in Sociology/Pre-law and served as the President of her sorority, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. She also served as the Vice President of the NAACP and was inducted into two honor societies while remaining on the Dean’s List for four straight semesters. Miesha pursued her law degree at Louisiana State University, where it never rains in Death Valley. During her time at the Paul M. Hebert Law Center, Miesha had the privilege of participating in several moot court and mock trial competitions. Most notably, she won the National Gabrielli National Family Law Moot Court Competition, where she was named the competition’s best overall oralist. She also won the LSU Ira S. Flory Trial Advocacy Competition, where she was named the competition’s third-best overall oralist.
Although Miesha was born in Fort Lewis, Washington, like a true Texan, she enjoys her football. Miesha spends her spare time enjoying her husband and family.Honest Client Reviews Contact Us Today