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Dallas Texas Criminal Defense Attorney
At the Dallas Law Offices of Robert S. Gregg, we provide skilled, aggressive criminal defense to clients facing state felony and misdemeanor charges. If you have been accused of or indicted on a criminal charge, you need an attorney immediately. We will protect your rights and work diligently to keep you out of jail.
Contact us right away to discuss your case, your rights, and your legal defense options with a reputable, experienced criminal defense lawyer.
Mr. Gregg is an experienced trial attorney. He is in the courtroom on a daily basis. He is knows the Dallas County court system and the prosecutors. He builds effective case strategies on behalf of his clients based on this extensive experience.
Our firm has a long track record of successfully defending clients accused of the following crimes:
DWI (driving while intoxicated)
Theft and robbery
Assault and theft
Hot checks/Bad checks
Motions to Revoke Probation
We commonly defend clients facing criminal drug charges, such as possession of marijuana, or possession with intent to deliver.
If you are facing a criminal charge, you are also facing severe consequences, such as jail time and serious fines. You need a defense attorney who knows how to work out a plea bargain to keep you out of jail or a not-guilty verdict if you are innocent. We will do our best for you based on the facts and legal circumstances of your case.
Trust our experience and our commitment to responsive service and advocacy. Contact our Dallas law office today to learn how we can help protect your rights throughout every stage of the legal process.
We speak Spanish ● Se habla español ● Free initial consultations
We notice that this attorney is new in Town, and reminds us of our favorite car and truck accident lawyer, E. Sigmon. But you have to remember that attorney Ernesto Sigmon practiced injury law, whereas this attorney mostly focuses on DWI and Criminal Law. Quick side note…did you notice that Mr. Sigmon was published in that ABA Student Blog?