Top Dallas White Collar Crimes Lawyers - Texas

If you face criminal charges or allegations, you are likely scared and uncertain as to what your future may hold. But you can rest assured that help is available, and the Law Office of Jeffery King, PLLC, in Dallas, Texas, is here to provide that help. Handling all areas of criminal law, attorney Jeffery King and his law firm can help you with your serious legal matters involving any of the...

Focusing our practice on federal criminal defense, our attorneys at the law firm of Elliott Sauter, PLLC, in Dallas, Texas, offer dedicated legal services to a range of clients, from individual people to corporations. Our attorneys serve clients in Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, Austin, San Antonio and throughout the state of Texas, and we accept credit cards. Understanding what they have at stake,...

Persons accused of serious crimes need experienced, aggressive criminal defense representation to protect their rights throughout the legal process. In Sherman, the 14 cities and towns in Grayson County and throughout North Central Texas, the criminal defense attorney with the proven track record — a name you can trust — is Bob Jarvis of the Jarvis & Hamilton Law Firm. Bob Jarvis...

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,...

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