Dallas Criminal Lawyer Attorney Clinton Broden named TCDLA award winner


Clint Broden Dallas Criminal Lawyer in the news: – Source (By Adam Faderewski on June 25, 2018) — Dallas, TX – F. Clinton Broden, of Dallas, and Casie L. Gotro, of Houston, were selected as the Percy Foreman Lawyers of the Year based on their representation in the Twin Peaks litigation, which arose from the May 17, 2015, gunfight at the Twin Peaks in Waco that left nine dead and more than 20 injured.

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About Dallas Criminal Lawyer Clint Broden

Mr. Broden specializes in four areas of criminal law: Federal criminal defense, Texas criminal defense, criminal appeals and post-conviction proceedings. Unusual for a criminal defense attorney, Mr. Broden has extensive experience in complex cases and areas of law involving the death penalty, white collar offenses, drug trafficking offenses, child pornography charges, federal criminal appeals, habeas corpus proceedings and the federal sentencing guidelines. Indeed, Mr. Broden’s can match his success in federal court against any attorney in the nation. Despite the fact that approximately 90%-95% of defendants who go to trial are convicted, only 35% of Mr. Broden’s federal trials resulted in final convictions for the client.

Professional Expertise

Mr. Broden has been an adjunct professor at Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law where he taught trial advocacy. Mr. Broden also lectures to other criminal defense attorneys in Texas and Louisiana on various topics related to federal criminal law including detention hearings, suppression motions, obscenity trials and federal sentencing guidelines. Mr. Broden also served as an Associate Municipal Court Judge in the City of Dallas from 1999-2004.

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Mick Mickelsen is a nationally recognized criminal trial attorney with more than 30 years of experience defending people charged with white-collar crimes, drug offenses, sex crimes, murder, and other serious state and federal offenses.