Ron Wells is a Dallas Criminal Lawyer born in Fort Worth, Texas. He was licensed in 1980 by the Texas Supreme Court with over thirty years practice. He is Board Certified as a Criminal Lawyer and rated A.V. (highest rating available) by Martindale Hubbell.He is listed in the “Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers 2007” and He has extensive knowledge of the Court system, the Judges, the prosecutors and all law enforcement agencies from the FBI, the DEA to the local police. He also has extensive trial experience as a prosecutor in the Dallas County District Attorney’s Office under legendary District Attorney – Henry Wade. He has represented hundreds of CEOs, CFOs, Attorneys, Doctors, Securities Brokers, Real Estate Brokers, Office Managers, Advertising Executives, Business Owners and people from every walk of life. He has tried hundreds of Jury and Judge trials. He has tried every criminal charge from small marijuana cases to Federal multi-defendant cocaine distribution conspiracies. He has obtained Not Guilty verdicts, in all areas of representation including: Federal Drug Conspiracy, Murder, Burglary, Aggravated Assault, Attempted Murder, Aggravated Robbery, DWI, Securities Fraud, Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child, Interference with Child Custody, Possession of Marijuana, Possession of Cocaine, Unlawfully Carrying a Weapon, Assault.
According to Mr. Wells, “Knowing what expertise and experience a Criminal Lawyer has is necessary, but knowing why they practice criminal law is much more relevant. Practicing criminal law is rewarding. I believe in protecting and defending the individual rights of good people. I am dedicated to allowing my clients to continue to benefit their family, society and continue to live for the purpose they chose or were intended. Sometimes good people get trapped by expectations of a changing world. The world is becoming more complex. We are required to ‘run faster to stay in place and the world may have gotten too small and too fast for people and our political systems to adjust in a stable and balanced manner. I believe the criminal justice system is good but Individual rights must be aggressively defended. I am committed to improving the awareness of my clients, achieving real justice and providing my clients an optimum opportunity to prevail. This is achieved by working through the system not against it. ‘It is only through awareness, education, acknowledgement, action and a great attorney that people can take control of their lives and make the choices that will enable them to remain truly free.’ When a masked opportunity presents itself, it will take insight and timing to balance the risk with reward. My former clients not only believe that it is achievable, but made the commitment and took the action that resulted in true change to allow them to continue to achieve the purpose for which they are intended. I can think of no better reason for being a criminal lawyer than believing in and helping good people.”