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300 Throckmorton Street, Suite 1650
Fort Worth, TX 76102

(817) 203-2220


Innocent until proven guilty is a phrase that is often thrown around, but once you have been arrested you find out that many people presume the arrest means your guilty. Our Fort Worth criminal defense attorneys are known for being among the top legal advocates in the state. We started off as prosecutors and have established ourselves as a formidable force in the courtroom and relentless in the defense of our clients.


  • Former Tarrant and Dallas County Prosecutors
  • Former Federal Prosecutors
  • Named Top Lawyers by Fort Worth Magazine
  • Named Top Lawyers by 360 Magazine
  • Named Top Lawyer by Dallas Magazine

Criminal Lawyer Fort Worth Free Consultation

Our consultations are free. When you are facing the biggest problems in your life, our goal is to set you at ease and get to know you and the problem you are facing. We believe the best arguments we can make to prosecutors and juries come from the heart – and that begins with taking the time to understand you. We do this in a low-pressure environment. Whether the consultation on your criminal case is over the phone or in person, it will always be with an attorney and the consultation will always be free.

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Fort Worth Criminal Defense Attorneys

Our Fort Worth DWI Lawyers represent against intoxication offenses from DWI DWI to Intoxication Manslaughter involving alcohol, drugs, prescription medication and serious injury or death.
Our team of Fort Worth sexual assault attorneys includes former chief sexual assault and child sexual assault prosecutors from the Tarrant County District Attorney’s Office. We have successfully defended these charges resulting in dismissals, no-bills, reductions, and acquittals.
Allegations of child sexual abuse, including online solicitation, improper educator-student relationships, and child pornography can have devastating consequences. Our attorneys have successfully defended individuals against false accusations.
We defend federal drug charges, possession of controlled substance charges, and possession of marijuana charges that can have serious penalties ranging from misdemeanors to felonies with special punishment ranges.
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Federal Criminal Defense Attorneys

Federal prosecutors are aggressively pursuing drug conspiracy cases for methamphetamine, opioids, and synthetic marijuana. Our attorneys are known for mounting an equally aggressive defense.
Our federal defense attorneys are former federal prosecutors are adept at defending individuals accused of federal crimes. Find out how having experienced federal attorneys by your side may make all the difference.
The former federal prosecutors at our office are experienced in defending complex federal white collar allegations including criminal tax cases, child pornography charges, and securities cases. We also defend against assets forfeitures and assist with federal restitution resolution.
One of the most common offenses charged by federal prosecutors is fraud. This can take the form of healthcare fraud, wire fraud, money laundering, mortgage fraud among many others. Our team of former federal prosecutors is adept at picking apart the alleged money trail and mounting successful defenses.
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The Consultation is Free. The Advice is Priceless.

We Listen.
When the entire weight of the prosecution and all the resources at their disposal come bearing down on you, the only thing standing between you and them is us.

We believe that people come to us with the greatest problems in their lives, and we strive to treat them with the respect, patience, and diligence that such cases deserve. If you or a loved one are facing criminal charges, we encourage you to call us for a free consultation.

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