Mr. Hernandez burst onto the law scene by winning the first 25 jury trials that he was a part of whether as a prosecutor or as a defense attorney. His innovative approach to jury selection consistently puts his clients in the best possible position from the start of the jury trial process. It was his innovative approach and his trial experience that led the National Trial Lawyers to name Mr. Hernandez to their list of the Top 100 National Trial Lawyers. Clients always comment about how good they feel Mr. Hernandez has done to put them in the best position possible from the very beginning of the jury trial.
As a former Senior Chief Felony Prosecutor and State District Trial Judge with 30 years of experience, attorney Randy Isenberg is listed in Martindale-Hubbell's Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers and was selected for inclusion in the list of "Texas Super Lawyers" for the year 2006 printed in Texas Monthly Magazine a Thomson Reuters service, and selected for inclusion in the list as a Top Texas Lawyer in 2006 and 2007 by a Thomson Reuters service. He is also Board Certified in Criminal Defense by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization and is certified as a Criminal Defense Advocate by the National Board of Trial Advocacy (NBTA). Attorney Isenberg is also a regular TV commentator for local and regional criminal justice issues.
Lanny attended Austin Peay State University in Tennessee for his undergrad, where he was involved in Kappa Sigma Fraternity and the Honors Program. In 2008 he received a BA in Political Science and a minor in English Language and Literature. From there he went to Baylor University School of Law, and was active in Phi Alpha Delta, and the Order of Barristers. There, Lanny received his J.D. in 2011, and was sworn in to practice law in Texas in 2012. Lanny has worked in both civil and administrative law before starting as an associate attorney at the Coffey Firm. When not working, Lanny and his wife try to fill time with travel and live music.
Andrew Morris attended Texas A&M University, majoring in Marketing. He was a member in the Sigma Chi Fraternity, as well as the Pre Law Society. After graduating in 2001, Andrew went to the Oklahoma City University School of Law. He received his JD (Doctor of Jurisprudence) in 2005. His activities and honors include: Dean’s List, Faculty Honor Roll, a member of the Phi Delta Phi International Legal Fraternity, and New Student Mentor. Andrew was then licensed by the State Bar of Texas in late 2005.
Kimberly Tucker has all of the experience and knowledge that you would want in a DWI attorney. As a former municipal court judge and prosecutor in two counties, DWI defense attorney Kimberly Griffin Tucker is well versed in how to prepare a DWI case for trial and her “WIN” record shows how results-driven a DWI trial lawyer she is. She has an unmatched reputation, which is why she was asked to re-write the Texas DWI Manual, a resource guide for all Texas attorneys who want to know how to use the Texas DWI laws to defend their own clients. She understands the confusion an arrest can bring and attempts to make her clients as comfortable as possible throughout the case. Contact Kimberly Griffin Tucker to schedule a consultation today.
DWI Lawyer Dallas TX – Bill Knox represents clients charged with misdemeanor Dallas DWI (Driving While Intoxicated) crimes in Dallas County, Texas. Mr. Knox has been a practicing DWI attorney in Dallas Texas for misdemeanor DWI (Driving While Intoxicated) crimes for over 30 years. While a lot of people may call a drinking and driving arrest as a DUI or Driving Under the Influence, Texas only has DUI charges for persons under the age of 21. Those over the age of 21 are only charged with DWI or Driving While Intoxicated. A skillful DWI Lawyer Dallas TX may be able to help his client plea down a DWI (Driving While Intoxicated) to a lesser charge like Obstruction of Passageway, possibly negotiate for probation or a probated sentence rather than jail time or, in some instances, even get a DWI (Driving While Intoxicated) charge totally dismissed.
DWI Defense Attorney David Burrows represents clients in Dallas, Tarrant, Collin, Denton, Rockwall, and Kaufman counties. David is the 2015 President of the Texas DWI Lawyers Association and authored “DWI Trial Preparation” DVD and “Voir Dire: Psychology, Strategy and Target Questions” DVD. He is a frequent speaker on DWI issues and a sought-after lecturer throughout the State of Texas on all phases of the defense of DWI.
Gioffredi & Associates knows that a DWI conviction can follow you around and negatively impact your life. That's why they strive to make sure that there is no record of your arrest whatsoever. You don’t want your case pending for two or three years. A pending DWI can keep you from getting a better job, or a promotion at work. It messes with you emotionally. I try to get DWI cases disposed of within 365 calendar days, if it is at all possible. Some lawyers actually recommend delaying your case for as long as possible as a primary trial strategy, hoping that the arresting officer may transfer or retire. But at Gioffredi & Associates, you are their priority
Dallas DWI lawyer, Murray L. Bristol, has been trained by experts who are certified by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration in Standardized Field Sobriety Tests (SFST). This training gives him an in-depth understanding of the process and the facts that police officers look at when determining whether to make a DWI arrest. He provides representation for individuals who are facing serious criminal charges like DWI. Murray previously acted as the chief felony prosecutor as an Assistant District Attorney for the 34th Judicial District Attorney’s office. During this time he prosecuted George Rivas and put him in prison for 17 life sentences. Rivas later escaped and was the ring leader of the notorious “Texas Seven.” Bristol has been practicing criminal defense for over 23 years and knows how to defend his clients against criminal charges.
Dallas criminal defense attorney Neil Pask devotes himself exclusively to representing individuals accused of criminal offenses. For the past 25 years. Neil has been at the center of the criminal justice system. Prior to becoming judge, Neil served for over 17 years as an Assistant District Attorney in the Dallas County District Attorney’s office. As a Chief Felony Prosecutor, he tried everything from DWIs to Capital Murders, including four death penalty cases. During his last four years in the office, he was Chief of the Misdemeanor Division, supervising 39 prosecutors in 13 courts. In this role, Neil supervised the prosecution of all misdemeanor DWI cases.
It’s unfortunate that many of the individuals who are charges with drunk driving are good people just like you who have been falsely accused or just made an honest mistake. Being charge with a DWI or DUI can be a devastating experience and you may feel alone, unsure of where to run. The attorneys at London & London understand the serious the consequences of a DWI or DUI conviction and can help you. The Affordable DWI Lawyers at London & London believe that everyone is entitled to good legal representation and work to make it happen. As former prosecutors and county attorneys, they know how the prosecution prepares for a case and they are ready to defend against it. You don’t have to spend thousands of dollars for a good lawyer. London & London have handle thousands of DWI cases and have successfully tried hundreds.
Shea Eric Baggett has amassed extensive trial and litigation experience in both civil litigation and criminal defense. The punishments for DWI (Driving While Intoxicated) in the Dallas/Fort Worth area are severe. Even for a first offense you can be sent to jail for up to 180 days, fined up to $2,000, and your license may be suspended for between three months and one year. In addition, you may be required to have an ignition interlock fitted to your vehicle. For further offenses, the penalties are even more severe. It is worth noting that the Dallas DWI attorneys at Hernandez and Baggett have been prosecutors, so are completely familiar with both sides of the law.
Deandra has spent hundreds of hours in training courses and programs related to DWI defense. She has participated in numerous ''dosing'' experiments in which people are given specific amounts of alcohol over certain time periods and then tested to see the effect of the alcohol on their mental and physical capabilities. She attended and successfully completed the operator certification course for the Intoxilyzer 5000, the breath-test machine used in Texas. She learned how to operate the machine and the science behind it. She also participated in experiments related to the inaccuracy of the machine.
John L. Corn is a Dallas criminal defense attorney with many years of experience handling thousands of cases during a 28-year career defending criminal clients. Mr. Corn has personally handled more than 6,000 criminal cases including 2,000 felony cases, 2,500 DWIs, and thousands of other cases such as family violence, drugs charges, weapons charges, theft, murder, assault and battery, and robbery. Mr. Corn understands that dealing with lawyers can be expensive. That’s why it is a priority of his to provide excellent service to his clients at fair and reasonable rates. Mr. Corn will work very hard to accommodate you, while getting the results you deserve. For example, a Dallas county DWI fee to investigate is $1,000.00. However, he offers a payment plan where you can pay a down payment and then submit payments on a bi-weekly basis. For the fee, Mr. Corn will make court appearances for you and will review the evidence with you to develop a game plan.
With 20 years experience in criminal law, Attorney Katheryn H. Haywood is not new to defending clients who need immediate solutions and true understanding of their stresses and fears. Her experience is simply unparalleled. As a former Assistant City Attorney, an Assistant District Attorney, over 11 years as a municipal judge and over a decade and a half defending serious crimes, she has the experience to DEFEND YOU and a proud advantage over other attorneys. There is no “right side” of a DWI conviction―you’re either the victim or the offender―but if you find yourself on the side wearing handcuffs, you’re going to need some help. Contact Haywood get some help with this offense. The stigma and financial burden can be overwhelming.
Aaron Harper has distinguished himself as one of the best lawyers in North Texas, who has consistently won extremely difficult cases throughout his career. He has been in business for over 10 years helping clients and aggressively defending cases throughout the DFW metroplex. At Robinius, Harper & Wietzel L.L.P., we believe that each of our clients deserves the highest level of representation. We are committed to giving our clients the best legal defense possible on their cases and we work extremely hard to ensure that their best interests are protected.
Chris Hoover has been an attorney since 1986. He has always operated his own law office defending criminal cases. He began by accepting court appointments until he built his practice. For the past 15 years, Mr. Hoover has focused exclusively on DWI defense, making him one of the most experienced and respected DWI trial lawyers in the country.
The son of a well-respected physician in Dallas, Chris Hoover studied biology and chemistry during his first years of college. In 1992 he became interested in the science behind breath testing and took advanced DWI courses across the United States to learn more about breath testing and defending DWI cases.
Douglas Wilder is a graduate of Texas A&M University (Class of 1989), where he was recognized by the College of Engineering as a Distinguished Student. Doug’s first job as he worked his way through law school was with a prominent criminal defense attorney in Houston. There he gained valuable trial, motion and brief writing experience. During the summer after his second year of law school, Doug conducted Court hearings on a law student bar card while employed by the Denver County District Attorney’s office in Colorado. Doug spent his final year of law school working for the Harris County District Attorney’s in Houston, where he tried cases for the District Attorney.
We have searched to find the best DWI attorneys / lawyers in Dallas; those who are experienced with DWI law and who know how to deal with the affects of being arrested for DWI. These top-rated attorneys focus a significant portion of their practices to defending those accused of DWI or DUI and they understand that the consequences of a DWI conviction can destroy reputations, families, careers, and finances. They have dedicated themselves to helping people who are in danger of losing much of what they have worked for.
These best DWI attorneys of Dallas are continually learning and staying abreast of the latest changes in DWI laws in the state of Texas and have demonstrated an ability to navigate through a Dallas courtroom. When you have an attorney who is experienced with DWI offenses you will feel more confident and calmer than when you are dealing with someone who is a general practice attorney who takes any and all cases.
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