More about Dallas Attorney Frank Jackson
Please do not discount the seriousness of a conviction. Even if this is your first offense, you still need to consider the long-term repercussions that any conviction can have upon your life.
For over 30 years, Frank Jackson has been representing people throughout Dallas-Ft. Worth, Texas against serious state and federal criminal charges. With more than 400 trials, Frank Jackson has the necessary experience and skill to defend both your freedom and your reputation. If you have questions about your case, contact the Law Offices of Frank Jackson for a free initial consultation.
When choosing an attorney, it is important to be able to rely on his experience in the courtroom. It is also equally important to know that your lawyer has a successful track record in handling your type of case. Frank Jackson has proven ability as both a prosecutor and criminal defense attorney, and uses this extensive legal experience to successfully defend his client's freedom and liberty.
Attorney Frank Jackson believes diplomacy and courtesy are important, but confrontation is one of the most effective ways to get attention.”
Protect your life, reputation, and freedom against serious criminal allegations. Contact the Law Offices of Frank Jackson to set up a free initial consultation with a lawyer who will fight for your rights. Frank Jackson defends people throughout North Texas, including those in Plano, Allen, Denton, Frisco, and McKinney.
From Football Star to Texas Criminal Attorney
Born and raised in Paris, Texas, criminal attorney Frank Jackson came from a modest background and took an unexpected route into law. He began as a high-school sports star and football celebrity at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, and later played professional football. There, he played for the Dallas Texans (who later became the Kansas City Chiefs).
While attending medical school in Kansas City, Frank Jackson was acquired by the Miami Dolphins in an expansion draft. On leave from medical school to play football in Miami, Jackson’s life took a surprising turn. In Miami he met Percy Foreman, the defense attorney on the famous Candy Mosler trial, a case which received national attention. Jackson’s conversations with Foreman convinced him to drop out of medical school and enter law school at the University of Miami after retiring from football. He resolved to become a criminal defense attorney.
After graduating from law school, Frank Jackson returned to Dallas in 1971, where for two years he prosecuted criminal cases as an Assistant District Attorney. There, he gained first-hand knowledge about the strategies of a prosecutor, insight which he now uses to provide skilled representation for his criminal defense clients.
Always interested in defense work, Frank Jackson established his own criminal defense practice in Dallas in 1973.
Frank Jackson sees many parallels between his football days and trial law. “Both require tenaciousness, dogged determination, and an ability to rebound,” he says. These are the skills that he applies in the courtroom today to successfully defend his criminal defense clients.
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