I understand that people want to express themselves with their clothing. Even as a Houston criminal lawyer I enjoy changing what I wear to court from time to time. Nevertheless, I know what type of attire is expected of me. I am surprised how many times I see people who are charged with a crime inappropriately dressed for court. For starters, it is never a good idea to wear any profanity or sexual acts. While I saw the movie Scarface when it was originally released, even own the movie, and have various memorabilia items it would never occur to me to wear a Tony Montana inspired shirt to criminal court. Last week I was flabbergasted when one of my clients thought it would be a good idea to wear a denim jacket with an enormous marijuana plant stitched to his jacket. What people overlook is that the prosecutors will note those type of things and it could affect how they treat the accused in the future. Therefore, try to be unnoticed when you go court with a simple pair of tan pants and a solid colored shirt without any noticeable jewlery.