A Track Record of Having Charges Reduced and Dismissed
Just because you were arrested for a crime does not mean you will be convicted or go to jail. There are ways to get your charges dismissed or reduced.
Your Side of The Story Matters
At trial, the state’s job is to convince the jury that you are guilty. The job of your defense attorney is to explain your side of the story to the court and ensure your rights are upheld throughout the legal process.
If you have been arrested and charged with a crime, you are probably worried about the consequences and the impact on your future. However, it is important to remember that there is hope for your case.
He Will Stand By Your Side
If you are facing a criminal charge, you can schedule a free, no-obligation consultation with Attorney Brad Cockrell to discuss the details of your case. Even if you choose to go elsewhere, you deserve to be heard by an attorney who will be honest and upfront with you.
Meet Brad Cockrell
J. Bradley Cockrell is a criminal defense attorney who enjoys taking cases to trial and embraces his role as legal counselor. A vigorous trial advocate with an assertive courtroom manner, Mr. Cockrell also possesses an exceptional ability to relate to his clients one-on-one.
A Record of Success
Many criminal defense attorneys take on clients with no intention of ever going to trial—they simply stand beside you in court while you plead guilty. Mr. Cockrell has over two decades’ worth of criminal trial experience, and his successful record in both misdemeanor and felony cases speaks for itself.