William M. Hines, III received his undergraduate degree from the University of Texas... more
William M. Hines, III received his undergraduate degree from the University of Texas at Austin and his Juris Doctorate from the University of Houston School of Law. Mr. Hines began his legal career as a Public Defender in Florida. Upon returning to Texas, Mr. Hines worked as an Assistant District Attorney in Travis County prosecuting for the State of Texas for five years. He then opened h... view profile
Kenneth W. Mullen has extensive courtroom and trial experience, having handled... more
Kenneth W. Mullen has extensive courtroom and trial experience, having handled criminal cases exclusively throughout the DFW area and the states of Texas and Oklahoma in both State and Federal courts. Mr. Mullen is dedicated to handling all areas of criminal defense, ranging from driving while intoxicated to serious felonies.
My practice is solely dedicated to representing people accused of criminal offenses.... more
My practice is solely dedicated to representing people accused of criminal offenses. I became a prosecutor in 1985 for the Dallas County District Attorney's office, after graduating from the SMU School of Law. After serving for 17 years as a prosecutor, I was elected Judge of Dallas County Criminal Court No. 2 in 2002 and served as Judge until 2007. For the past 8 years I have successfully rep... view profile
Brian K. Tackett Denton, Texas phone (940) 387-3518 fax (866) 638-8846 email Email... more
Brian K. Tackett Denton, Texas phone (940) 387-3518 fax (866) 638-8846 email Email Me Board Certified in Family Law Partner Brian Tackett is board certified in family law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, a distinction held by less than 1% of the attorneys in the State of Texas. He has been recognized a one of the best attorneys in Denton C... view profile
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