Criminal Law consists of laws and procedures whose purpose is to establish a system of prohibitions, penalties and correctional measures…
Immigration law is extremely complex. But at its core it deals with an easy question – Where do you want to call home?
The juvenile court has jurisdiction(control) over cases involving children between the ages of 10 to 16 years of age.
Contrary to popular belief, your criminal record does not disappear after a certain period of time has elapsed.
We are Passionate About Helping Clients Achieve Their Goals
I was wrongly arrested on a theft case when someone used my identity Mr. Willett worked hard to get the case the dismissed and refused to let the prosecutors take advantage of me.
I was falsely charge with a family assault case from a ex-girlfriend who was made because we broke up. Mr. Willett took the case to trial and the State dismissed it when they realized he wasn’t going to back down.
My juvenile son was charged with a very serious criminal offense. But Mr. Willett worked with the juvenile prosecutors and probation department to work out a counseling and dismissal of my son’s case.
Brian and his team were always courteous and timely with their action for my DWI case. I would definitely recommend their services.
Why Choose Us?
Law Office in Arlington, TX
The Willett Law Office, P.L.L.C. represents individuals and families in the need of criminal, immigration and juvenile representation. We have a group of investigators and expert witnesses who can be called on to assist you when your case requires such help. Additionally, we can provide bonding services for those individuals who choose to employ the Willett Law Office. Bonding fees start as low as 9% in many cases.
Less than 2% of all Texas attorneys have reached this legal pinnacle in Criminal Law. Only Board Certified attorneys have been tested for the highest level of competency and have met the rigorous standards required to earn the right to publicly represent themselves as a specialist in Criminal Law. There are only three reasons why an attorney would not be Board Certified.
- He lacks the effort necessary to master the intricacies of Texas criminal law and procedures.
- He doesn’t posses the intelligence required to pass the criminal certification test.
- He doesn’t possess the legal or trial experience required to qualify to sit for the Criminal Board Certification examination.
Under any of these circumstances, why would you want an attorney such as this to represent you?
I am Tarrant County’s only attorney Board Certified in Criminal and Juvenile Law and one of the only ten attorneys to earn this honor in the State of Texas. I have spent my whole career defending individuals accused of criminal or juvenile offenses. I am the author of the book Ignorance of the Law is No Excuse 3rd Edition. I have defended over 7,500 and have tried in excess of 300 criminal and juvenile law cases as a defense attorney.