J MICHAEL PRICE II
J MICHAEL PRICE II

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Contact Name:
J MICHAEL PRICE II
Group:
Member
Email:
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Firstname:
J MICHAEL
Last Name:
PRICE II
Suffix:
II
Cert Type:
Criminal
Firm:
Milner Finn Price
Address 1:
2828 North Harwood Street
Address 2:
Suite 1950
City:
Dallas
State:
TX
ZIP:
75201
Business Phone:
214-765-8000
Cell Phone:
214-210-7002
Fax:
(214) 953-1366
Web:
http://www.jmichaelprice.com
Bio:
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 exclusively to the defense of those people and businesses accused of crimes by local, state or federal authorities.


While many of Mike's colleagues like to focus on their past experience as a prosecutor or judge, Mike stays focused on achieving results in the courtroom.


"The best lawyer to defend a person accused of a crime is an attorney who has devoted his entire career to defending the rights of people rather than trying to put people in jail or prison."


Mike has handled over 2,000 criminal cases since 1995. He has prosecuted none. These cases have ranged from simple misdemeanors, DWI's, assaults, drug possession, grand jury representations, rapes, robberies, and complex white-collar federal investigations. This wealth of experience has come from where it matters the most: The Defense side of the table--Representing persons accused of a crime. Mike has a firm belief that the only way to handle a criminal case successfully is to investigate and prepare every case as if it were going to be tried in front of a jury. By doing this, every case gets fully investigated and the best resolution for every client can be achieved, even if the case does not ultimately end in a trial. Most "Former Prosecutors" are not skilled and experienced in criminal defense law, cross-examination, defense experts, or investigating a case from the defense prospective. Even prosecutors that have been 'criminal defense lawyers' for many years sometime never lose their 'everyone's guilty' mentality. This is a huge gamble to take when you are considering the effects of a criminal charge on your freedom, family, and career.
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PracticingStates:
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