Defending Fort Worth and Surrounding Communities from Federal Crimes
Fort Worth is one of 7 divisions of the Northern District of Texas. The Fort Worth courthouse is located at 501 West 10th Street. The primary district judge in the Fort Worth division is Reed O’ConnorThe website for the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas can be found at www.txnd.uscourts.gov.
In addition, a person can learn about the progress of a case using the PACER system that can be found at www.pacer.gov. PACER allows a person to view the docket sheet from a case and/or download all public documents related to the case. The PACER system is also a good way to research federal criminal lawyers to determine how many cases an attorney has handled in federal court and whether a particular attorney really has the experience that he or she claims to have as a federal criminal attorney.
If you are in search of a Fort Worth federal criminal lawyer, it is prudent to hire a law firm with extensive experience in federal court representation.
Clint Broden and Mick Mickelsen are federal criminal attorneys that have handled over SEVEN HUNDRED federal cases and appear regularly in courts in the Northern District of Texas especially in Dallas and Fort Worth. Broden & Mickelsen handle all types of federal cases including complicated white collar cases such as mortgage fraud, securities fraud, wire fraud and mail fraud, money laundering and tax fraud; large drug conspiracies; child pornography cases and other computer crimes, etc…
If you are charged with a federal crime in Fort Worth, TX, or believe you are under investigation by federal authorities you will want to hire a law firm with extensive experience in federal court representation. At Broden & Mickelsen, we will be happy to meet with you at no charge to discuss your case and advise you on the best options to defend yourself.