Practice Area Category: Federal Crimes

Broden & Mickelsen, LLP was appointed to represent a man charged in federal court in Dallas with threatening to kill President Clinton. The client was found NOT GUILTY after a bench trial.

A client charged in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas with being a felon in possession of a firearm was found NOT GUILTY after only nine minutes of deliberation by a federal jury.

Mick Micklsen tried a multi-week trial involving 79 counts of alleged environmental laboratory fraud. A Dallas federal jury found Mick’s client NOT GUILTY of each and every count against him.

A prominent Dallas business executive was charged in a complex case involving allegations of financial fraud of over $6 million. After a week-long trial in federal court in Dallas, with Clint Broden as his attorney, a jury found him NOT GUILTY on all counts.

Former Texas Instruments employee was charged with stealing trade secrets for the benefit of a Chinese company in a multi-count indictment in federal court in Dallas. While some attorneys believe clients should not testify or put them on the stand with little preparation, Mick Mickelsen worked tirelessly with the client to prepare her to testify…