Harold V. Johnson
[Law Offices of Harold V. Johnson, P.C.]
Harold Johnson focuses on Criminal Defense in all State and Federal cases. EDUCATION: B.A., Texas Christian University; J.D., Texas Wesleyan University School of Law/Texas A&M University School of Law.
Johnson is a fellow of the College of the State Bar of Texas, former director of Tarrant County Young Lawyers Association, Associate of Eldon B. Mahon Inn of Court and an adjunct professor of Advanced Trial Advocacy at Texas Wesleyan University School of Law. Johnson has provided legal analysis for local television news broadcasts as well as the Fort Worth Star-Telegram and Dallas Morning News and earned the prestigious Martindale-Hubble AV peer review rating.
Admitted before U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas; National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers; Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association;
Tarrant County Criminal Defense Lawyers Association; Tarrant County Bar Association; American Bar Association. PROFESSIONAL GOAL: The results of my work exceeding my client’s expectations.
HIS APPROACH TO LAW:
“I understand how a criminal arrest produces feelings of fear and despair or anger and frustration for those accused of a crime. My clients’ goals and concerns are my first priority when I develop their case strategy. My clients’ cases deserve my personal attention as a well-prepared, knowledgeable and experienced trial attorney. I pledge to speak to all potential clients and provide them with a confidential assessment of their case. Your Constitutional Rights and personal freedoms demand my close careful attention.”
Hire an attorney who communicates well and makes you feel comfortable. A good trial attorney will likely communicate just as well for you in the courtroom.