Sherman Federal Criminal Attorneys
Defending Federal Criminal Charges for More than 20 years
Sherman is one of six divisions of the Eastern District of Texas (the others are Tyler, Beaumont, Texarkana, Lufkin and Marshall). The Sherman division also holds court in Plano. The federal courthouse in Sherman is located at 101 East Pecan Street, Room 216, Sherman, TX 75090. The district judge Sherman is Amos Mazzant. The website for the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas can be found at www.txed.uscourts.gov.
Clint Broden and Mick Mickelsen are two of the most experienced federal criminal attorneys in the Dallas area.
Each has almost thirty years of experience handling complex federal cases involving:
Success in federal courts is more difficult to achieve than in state court prosecutions, yet Clint Broden and Mick Mickelsen have been able to maintain high acquittal rates through dedicated preparation, experience on the most complex of cases, and a professional career spent in federal courts in and around North Texas.
Before starting a criminal defense practice in 1998, both Clint Broden and Mick Mickelsen were Assistant Federal Public Defenders in Dallas for the Northern District of Texas. As such they have handled hundreds of federal cases.
Federal Attorneys in Sherman, TX
Broden & Mickelsen, LLP is located near downtown Dallas, a one-hour drive from Sherman, TX, and a half-hour drive from Plano, TX. Both Broden & Mickelsen, LLP have defended clients throughout the Eastern District of Texas and routinely handle federal cases in Sherman. More importantly, they have tried numerous cases in the Eastern District of Texas.
If you are being investigated by a federal agency, now is the time to consult with an experienced federal defense lawyer pre-trial. Consider the law firm of Broden & Mickelsen, LLP, each with more than two decades of experience defending clients against complex federal charges. Every case receives a free confidential consultation and will include advice on the best options to defend yourself.
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