Areas of Practice

Justin Hall, an experienced Texas defense Attorney / Lawyer, is dedicated to defending persons charged with Probation Violation and other offenses. Our law firm services Garland, Rockwall, Rowlett, Dallas and surrounding Texas cities.

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Drug Possession

Accused of a drug crime? When the State’s attorney’s accuse you of a drug crime, you need the help of Justin K. Hall, an experienced criminal defense lawyer. Justin Hall understands that his clients must be protected: No matter the charge, no matter the facts, and irrespective of perceived guilt.
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DWI

The Law Office of Justin K. Hall, P.C. is dedicated to the defense of persons accused of alcohol related offences- with a concentration on helping those charged with Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) in Rockwall, Garland, and Mesquite, Texas surrounding areas.
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Probation Violation

Has the State filed a motion to revoke your probation? People are granted probation as an alternative to serving a jail sentence. The Law Office of Justin K. Hall represents clients who have been granted probation by the court and have been accused of violating the conditions and requirements of that probation.
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Property Crimes

Accused of a Theft / Property Crime? Theft and property crimes can range from simple shoplifting to armed robbery. Theft charges can be filed against any person who takes personal property belonging to another, without that person’s permission and without the intent to pay for the property taken.
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Misdemeanor & Felony Offense

Being accused of committing a crime is a heavy matter. Mr. Hall knows that this is a very important time in your life. All criminal charges are serious accusations, because your reputation is at stake. The Law Office of Justin K. Hall treats every misdemeanor offense as a serious charge.
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Assault / Family Violence

Accused of Assault or Family Violence? Charges of criminal assault usually involve persons who know one another. In fact, most criminal assault cases involve family members (spouses, parents, cousins, brothers, sisters and children) or they involve couples involved in a relationship.
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