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The Law Offices of Thomas R. Cox III
Thomas Cox
2603 Oak Lawn Ave, Suite 230
Dallas, TX 75219
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If you have been arrested, accused of a crime, or are facing criminal charges you are involved in a very distressing situation. There is a lot at stake for you and your loved ones, which is why it is so important to seek the representation of an experienced attorney as soon as possible.

The Law Offices of Thomas R. Cox III believe in preserving the rights and freedom of our clients who have been accused of committing a crime. Our focus is on fighting aggressively for your rights and liberty, making sure that you receive the highest levels of representation, attention to detail, and responsive communication.

The decision of a lifetime

You’ve got a tough decision to make about protecting your future. I know there are a lot of federal and state criminal defense attorneys in Dallas. I handle both felonies and misdemeanors and am committed to protecting your rights throughout the legal process. I see beneath the surface of your charges and look to the essence of what every criminal defense case is really all about: representing people.


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The Law Offices of Thomas R. Cox III





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