Top Frisco Criminal Defense Lawyers - Texas

At Mark A. Perez, P.C., located in Dallas, Texas, we are skilled and accomplished criminal defense attorneys. With our extensive experience in defending those charged with a criminal offense, we are well-positioned to assist you in your drug-related or violent crime defense, including sex crimes . We represent clients throughout the cities and surrounding areas of Dallas, McKinney, Sherman, and...

Located in Dallas Texas, but representing individuals and businesses throughout the United States, attorney Michael J. Uhl of Michael Uhl, P.C., handles all types of state and federal criminal defense matters. With approximately 20 years of experience as a state and federal prosecutor, Michael understands the tactics and strategies the government's prosecutors use when conducting investigations...

A criminal charge poses serious penalties upon conviction. Sally Goodman Law represents people in Dallas, Fort Worth, Dallas County, and the northern part of Texas. The law office regularly handles cases involving federal and state drug charges, white collar crime, sex offenses, prostitution, solicitation, public lewdness, indecent exposure, child pornography, Internet solicitation,...

At the Barbieri Law Firm, P.C., in Plano, Texas, the attorneys in our law firm are passionate about protecting our criminal defense clients' rights and futures. We are proud to represent clients not only in Plano, but also in Allen, Frisco, McKinney and throughout Collin, Dallas and Denton counties. Heather Barbieri, our firm's founder, is board certified in criminal law by the Texas Board of...

At The Shapiro Law Firm our lawyers have over 30 years experience in successfully handling a number of high profile cases throughout the state of Texas. Some of the cases that we routinely handle include: Criminal Law DUI / DWI Drug Offenses Sexual Offenses Juvenile Crimes Family Law Divorce Child Support Child Custody Personal Injury...

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