Law Office of Nicole Knox

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Firm Overview

Her sophisticated defense is a result of her passion for the justice system, her attention to detail, and her skilled analysis of the law and of the facts of every case.

Ms. Knox has devoted her practice to criminal defense. She has defended cases in federal court and in state court, focusing on complex legal and factual issues, including:

At the State Court level, Ms. Knox most commonly defends the rights of citizens charged with:

Weapons and Firearms
Prostitution and Human Trafficking
Drug possession and distribution
Theft
DWI
Assault and Assault Family Violence
Probation Violations
Federal white collar crime, including business and financial fraud, Internet fraud, etc.

Internet Sales of Pharmaceutical Drugs
Police Corruption
Money Laundering
RICO/racketeering
Bank Fraud
Mail and Wire Fraud
Conspiracy
Drug trafficking and other drug related offenses
Public corruption
Bribery
Witness Tampering

Ms. Knox personally handles every aspect of her clients' legal issues. If a client comes to her early enough, then she is able to handle the grand jury proceedings. If a client comes to her after indictment, then she is able to assist in plea negotiations, trial, and sentencing.

If you have been charged with, or are under investigation for, any federal or state crime, contact Nicole Knox for a consultation.
Main Office

Main Office
900 Jackson St., Ste. 650
Dallas  TX  75202

Phone
  • (214) 653-8888

How did your firm decide on the primary area of practice(s)?

Ms. Knox has recently been recognized by the National Trial Lawyers with the award of Top 100 Trial Lawyers and the National Trial Lawyers’ Top 40 Under 40.

Ms. Knox is very active in the Dallas legal and service communities. Since 2011, she has served as Vice-President of Membership for the Dallas Women Lawyer’s Association. Since 2011, she has served as the co-chair person of the Criminal Involvement Committee for the Dallas Young Lawyers Association. In her role as a leader of local bar orgainziations, Ms. Knox enjoys mentoring young men and women who aspire to become lawyers and who aspire to further their legal career. Ms. Knox also donates her time to serve various charitable organizations, including her repeated service projects for Texas Scottish Rite Hospital and her service as a founding member of the Young Community Partners of Dallas, a non-profit organization which is dedicated to enriching the lives of abused and neglected children in the Dallas area.

What experience or education distinguishes your lawyers from others

Program co-chair and Introductory Speaker, Dallas Young Lawyer’s Association, “Social Media in Criminal Proceedings.” June 2013.
Guest Speaker, Keller Central High School, A lecture on the Fourth and Second Amendments, “Know Your Rights,” March 2013.

Panel Speaker, American Bar Association, “Stand Your Ground” Hearing, February 8, 2013. Dallas, Texas.

Author, Dallas Young Lawyer’s Association, The Dicta, “Cell Phone Records: Friend or Foe?,” December 2012 issue.

Program Chair and Introductory Speaker, Dallas Association of Young Lawyers, “What to do When Someone You Know Gets Arrested,” November 2012.

Guest Speaker, Keller Central High School, A lecture on the Fourth and Second Amendments, “Know Your Rights,” October 2012.

Program Chair, Dallas Association of Young Lawyers, Panel discussion and Continuing Legal Education, “Avoiding the Pitfalls of Trial Preparation,” June 2012.

Panel Speaker, Dallas Association of Young Lawyers, Panel discussion at Texas Wesleyan School of Law, “The Practice of Criminal Law,” April 2012.

Program Chair, Dallas Association of Young Lawyers, Closing Arguments Continuing Legal Education Presentation and Practicum, 2010.

Nicole Knox

Nicole Knox's passion for practicing criminal law is a result of her love of trial work and desire to help others. Immediately after law school, she began studying and practicing criminal defense law as an associate attorney for nationally renowned defense attorney, Stephen L. Jones. She continues to assist Mr. Jones in his federal criminal defense practice.

Ms. Knox has recently been recognized by the National Trial Lawyers with the award of Top 100 Trial Lawyers and the National Trial Lawyers' Top 40 Under 40.

Ms. Knox is very active in the Dallas legal and service communities. Since 2011, she has served as Vice-President of Membership for the Dallas Women Lawyers Association. Since 2011, she has served as the co-chair person of the Criminal Involvement Committee for the Dallas Young Lawyers Association. In her role as a leader of local bar orgainziations, Ms. Knox enjoys mentoring young men and women who aspire to become lawyers and who aspire to further their legal career. Ms. Knox also donates her time to serve various charitable organizations, including her repeated service projects for Texas Scottish Rite Hospital and her service as a founding member of the Young Community Partners of Dallas, a non-profit organization which is dedicated to enriching the lives of abused and neglected children in the Dallas area.

Ms. Knox's speaking engagements and publications include:

Program co-chair and Introductory Speaker, Dallas Association of Young Lawyers, "Social Media in Criminal Proceedings," June 2013.

Guest Speaker, Keller Central High School, A lecture on the Fourth and Second Amendments, "Know Your Rights,
License
  • Bar Number: 24069324
    Texas , 2009
Education
  • University of Mississippi
    Broadcast Journalism, Magna Cum Laude , 2004
  • Texas Wesleyan School of Law
    J.D. , 2009

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