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Daniel, Moore, Evans, Biggs & Decker - Fort Worth, TX

115 West Second #202 Fort Worth, TX 76102- 3023

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Updated: 10/23/2020

Fort Worth Criminal Law Firm


** We are not a partnership. We are an association of lawyers, who have their own practices. **

We are located in Fort Worth, Texas. We handle Criminal law matters.

We represent clients in every level of the Texas State court system.

The cornerstone of our success is the quality relationship that we maintain with clients. Clients are treated with integrity and respect for their needs, goals, and objectives...

About Daniel, Moore, Evans, Biggs & Decker

Previous Law Firm Name

  • Evans, Daniel, Moore & Evans, An Association of Attorneys

Practice Areas

  • Criminal Law
  • Trial Practice
  • All State and Federal Courts
  • White Collar Crime
  • Extradition
  • Drug Crimes
  • Sex Crimes

Published Works

  • Texas Punishment Hearings, Advanced Criminal Law Course, Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers' Association, 1998
  • "Forfeitures and Double Jeopardy," Advanced Federal Law Course, Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers' Association, 1995, 1996, 1997


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Office Information


115 West Second #202 Fort Worth, TX 76102- 3023


  • (817) 332-2763

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