Former Federal Judge Joe Kendall served on the federal bench in Texas from 1992... more
Former Federal Judge Joe Kendall served on the federal bench in Texas from 1992 until 2002. The first President Bush appointed him to the federal bench in 1992 and in 1999 President Bill Clinton, recognizing his credentials, appointed him to also be a Commissioner on the U.S. Sentencing Commission, the body that writes the Federal Sentencing Guidelines. Prior to becoming a Federal Judge ... view profile
Mike Price has been representing citizens accused of crimes since he was a student... more
Mike Price has been representing citizens accused of crimes since he was a student in law school. While many of his fellow students were in class listening to professors tell them what the law was, Mike was in the Dallas County Criminal Courthouse learning first-hand how the system really works. This experience early in his legal education convinced Mike to dedicate his professional career excl... view profile
Mark Lassiter is a talented aggressive young defense attorney with a wealth of... more
Mark Lassiter is a talented aggressive young defense attorney with a wealth of experience rarely found in lawyers. Because of his tenacity attorney's with 20 years of experience sought him out to found the firm Barrett Bright Lassiter Linder. There Mark serves as a founding partner. Mark is a veteran of over 50 jury trials. He has trials in all courts from misdemeanors to Federal jury trials a... view profile
After working for over a decade in one of Dallas’ most respected criminal defense... more
After working for over a decade in one of Dallas’ most respected criminal defense firms, Attorney Kevin B. Ross, decided the time was right to launch his own firm. Hard work and thinking outside the box are at the core of Ross’ approach. Each client and case are unique and Ross gives personal, detailed attention to achieve the most favorable resolution possible.
The U.S. government, sometimes referred to as the “federal” government, has decided that a number of activities are criminal. These federal crimes are typically very serious and are tried in federal courts under special federal rules of procedure. Some examples of federal crimes include the use of biological weapons, acts of civil disorder, kidnapping, and racketeering, just to name a few. If you are accused of a federal crime, you should enlist the services of a federal crime lawyer who works with these federal laws and understands the federal courts and their procedures. This lawyer will be familiar not only with the elements of the crime you are charged with, but also with the defenses available to you.