Top Dallas Sex Crime Lawyers - Texas

Skilled Criminal Defense Trial Attorney Serving Collin County And The Metroplex Serious criminal charges require a serious response from an experienced, proven attorney who knows how to level the playing field. Keith Gore, Lawyer, has handled criminal cases from every perspective: prosecutor, municipal judge, grand jury foreman and — most importantly — more than 17 years as a defense...

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...

Dallas criminal lawyer J. Michael Price II and his criminal defense team have successfully defended a vast assortment of criminal matters including drunk driving, possession of drugs and other controlled substances, narcotics sales, theft, white-collar fraud, conspiracy, computer crimes, and sex offenses. When arrested for a criminal allegation, whether on a first time or subsequent basis, the...

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...

Our lawyers have 80 years of combined experience. We have memberships in the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys, Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, American Association for Justice and are licensed to practice law in the Supreme Court of Texas, U.S. Federal District Court (Northern and Eastern Divisions), and the U.S. Court of Appeals - 5th Circuit. We have a...

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