When Bret Schmidt left the Dallas County District Attorney’s Office in 1996 and went into private practice, he had a mission. He wanted to provide a caring approach to criminal defense.
Bret has dedicated his career to defending the accused. He values the opportunity to get to know the people who come to him for help. He believes that the attorney-client relationship works best when it is a based on honesty, mutual trust, and respect. He strives to develop such a relationship with each of his clients. Many of these relationships remain strong even after a particular case is over.
You will never be just “a case” to Bret. If you want an experienced Dallas attorney who cares for you as a person, then you better call Bret!
Dallas Attorney Bret Schmidt Gets Five-Star Reviews from His Clients
Bret Schmidt is dedicated to helping his clients, and he is honored and humbled by the praise he receives from so many of them in return.
He has a reputation for being both caring and effective. He is known for keeping his word. You may find, as many of his clients have already discovered, that hiring Bret Schmidt as your criminal defense attorney can be a life-changing experience.
If You Are Facing Criminal Charges in Dallas or anywhere in Texas, You Need an Experienced, Dedicated Attorney
If you have been charged with a crime, your freedom is on the line. This is no time to take chances — you need an exceptional, experienced attorney at your side to defend you. Bret Schmidt is that attorney. He is thorough, passionately dedicated, and experienced with the legal system in Dallas and throughout Texas. As a former prosecutor, he knows how the other side works. He knows what to look for to find the flaws and weaknesses in the State’s evidence, and he knows how to use those flaws to your advantage.
Need a Civil Asset Forfeiture or Criminal Attorney in Texas?
If you (or a loved one) have been charged with a crime in Dallas County, Collin County, Denton County, or anywhere else in Texas, or if your property has been seized in a civil asset forfeiture, you better call Bret at 214-526-1100 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out how he can help. Don’t delay — call right now!