Former Prosecutors Offering Skilled Criminal Defense
After representing clients in more than 250 jury trials and counting, Lewis & Ashworth, PLLC, has earned a reputation for skilled representation, empathetic advocacy for defendants and a proven record of success as well as a long line of satisfied clients.
Our criminal defense firm is led by two former prosecutors, which gives us unique insight into the criminal justice system and prosecutors’ legal strategies. Working closely with you, we will thoroughly investigate the facts and evidence related to your case in order to craft an effective defense strategy tailored to your needs.
Committed To Our Clients
In every case, our goal is to help you obtain the best outcome available and minimize the impact of criminal charges on your life. Depending on the details of your case, that can mean seeking reduced charges, or even having the charges against you dropped altogether. If the facts of your case make a conviction unavoidable, we will likewise push for a reduced sentence.
Our attorneys have a combined two decades of legal experience. To learn more about each attorney’s skills and background, click on the links below.
What Sets Us Apart
Choosing an attorney is no small decision – you need a legal advocate you can trust to stand up for your interests, as well as provide timely and accurate guidance at each step in the legal process. At Lewis & Ashworth, PLLC, we strive to set ourselves apart from other firms by excelling in the following areas:
- Communication: When you call the office, you will always speak to an attorney.
- Reputation: Our attorneys have excellent relationships with the judges and opposing counsel.
- Proven track record: We have successfully tried over 250 misdemeanor and felony trials.
- Experience: We have over 30 years of combined experience handling criminal cases.
- Teamwork: When you hire us, you get two attorneys on your case.
- Former prosecutors: Our attorneys are former prosecutors and know both sides of the law.
Schedule A Criminal Defense Consultation Today
No matter what charges you are facing, it’s in your best interest to meet with an attorney as soon as possible. Law enforcement officers and prosecutors will not hesitate to use anything you tell them against you in court, so it’s important to work with a lawyer who can provide guidance on what information to share and when, for your own protection.
To schedule a meeting in person or by phone, call 214-856-6130 or reach us by email. From our office in Plano, Texas, we serve clients throughout Collin County and the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.