Our Dallas criminal defense attorneys take a collaborative team approach with each state criminal defense case, bringing experience, knowledge, and dedication to serving our clients for such charges as DWI, drug possession and distribution, assault, prescription fraud, injury to a child, child pornography, human trafficking, prostitution, disorderly conduct, gun and weapons charges, and public intoxication, [..]
The firm is known for achieving favorable results in highly complex, significant Federal criminal defensecases in the Northern and Eastern Districts of Texas. This is achieved by our attorneys’ thorough understanding of the law, creative thinking, and persuasive arguments to the courts, prosecutors, and juries. Charges handled include large-scale drug conspiracies, computer hacking, complex white-collar [..]
As an appellate attorney, Mr. Ross represents clients on appeal after conviction in state and federal appellate courts. An experienced appellate attorney is an important factor in seeking to overturn a conviction, reduce a sentence, or to obtain a new trial.
In his state and federal post-conviction practice, Mr. Ross handles a wide range of post-conviction issues. Whether it’s a Federal 2255 motion or a state 11.07 writ, he investigates and reviews the case seeking to develop the strongest issues to get his clients the most favorable results.
If you have been arrested and had charges dismissed or were found not guilty at trial, you should consider looking into having your arrest or criminal record cleared. Our firm offers expunction services to clear your record and provide a fresh start. This is beneficial to you in moving forward. How can an expunction help me? An [..]
If you have a misdemeanor or felony record, chances are the circumstances regarding your case is public information. There are many companies that use this information to their benefit. We handle cases where we get non-disclosures granted by the court to prohibit your information from being sold to third party entities. Once a non-disclosure is [..]