Dallas Criminal Defense Attorneys
In Dallas, Throughout Texas & Nationwide
Upholding the Rights of the Accused
Broden & Mickelsen is a criminal defense law firm with partners Clint Broden and Mick Mickelsen, exclusively dedicated to providing aggressive and ethical representation to individuals charged with state crimes throughout Texas and federal crimes throughout the nation. Each attorney is committed to the belief that a person accused of a criminal offense deserves to be represented by an experienced team of criminal defense lawyers who provide a vigorous defense for a reasonable fee. Learn how to select a criminal defense attorney.
Texas Criminal Defense
- White Collar Crime
- Driving While Intoxicated (DWI)
- Drug Cases
- Aggravated Assault
- Sexual Assault
- Intoxicated Manslaughter
- Texas Habeas Corpus
Federal Criminal Defense
- White Collar Offenses
- Drug Trafficking
- Child Pornography
- Immigration Offenses
- Internet Crimes
- Federal Habeas Corpus
Broden & Mickelsen represents clients charged in state courts throughout Texas from offenses ranging from DWI to capital murder. The law firm also represents clients charged in complex federal criminal defense and appeals cases throughout the nation. In addition to representing clients at trial, Broden & Mickelsen has an active appellate practice in the courts of appeals and the United States Supreme Court that is unrivaled by most criminal defense law firms. The partners have argued cases in numerous Texas appellate courts and have argued over forty cases before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.
The firm has won an extraordinary number of acquittals in both state and federal court. These acquittals have involved allegations of murder, computer crimes and sexual assault, among many others. Broden & Mickelsen is one of the few firms in the nation to use a 1997 law, known as a Hyde Amendment Motion, to force the federal government to pay a defendant for a frivolous prosecution. Read more about our victories in both state and federal court trials.
Mickelsen Resolves Theft of Trade Secrets Case
Mick Mickelsen successfully defended his client against a past employer, Texas Instruments. The defendant was found not guilty on all counts relating to allegations of theft of trade secrets. Read Full Story.
Broden Wins Appellate Case Before Fifth Circuit
On June 25, 2014, Clint Broden won another appellate case before the United States Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit. The client hired Broden after he was convicted at trial. Although the Fifth Circuit upheld the conviction, Broden convinced the Court to reverse the sentence. It is expected that the client’s sentencing could be reduced by approximately seven years upon re-sentencing. View our other Texas appeal victories.