Westfall Sellers

Westfall Sellers


Firm Overview


Welcome to Westfall Sellers, a law firm dedicated to helping people through the most difficult times in their lives. We represent individuals and organizations facing criminal investigation and prosecution. We are a client-centered, full-service trial and appellate firm. We tailor our representation to your needs.

First and foremost, we are trial lawyers. The lawyers at Westfall Sellers have experience aggressively defending citizens and businesses accused of all types of criminal conduct.


To contacat Wesfall Sellers call 817-928-4222.

Main Office

Main Office
1701 River Run, Suite 801
Fort Worth TX 76107


(817) 928-4222

Criminal Defense


Greg Westfall

Westfall Sellers

In the criminal arena, Westfall has handled thousands of cases, tried close to 100 and handled more than 75 appeals. He has tried many murder and capital murder cases, fought against the death penalty and fought against the federal government in cases ranging from mail fraud to material support of terrorism.

In 2000 Greg was Board Certified in Criminal Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.

Along the way, Greg has developed a reputation for intense preparation and formidable trial skills. He is particularly known for his work on complex criminal litigation alleged white collar/business crimes and murder cases. Greg's reputation has earned him recognition by his peers as a Thomson/Reuters "Super Lawyer" every year since the list was created, an AV Rating from Martindale Hubbell and a listing in their Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers, and recognition as a Fort Worth, Texas Magazine "Top Lawyer" every year since the list was created.

In 2010, Greg extended his practice to civil litigation and accepts select civil cases. He has found that his business school background, experience with white collar criminal cases and 20 years in the courtroom have prepared him very well for the more paper-intensive civil work. Greg's civil work has encompassed defamation, breaches of fiduciary duty matters, violations of civil rights, and employment matters.

Throughout his career, Greg has been keenly interested in how we can better communicate with juries. He conducts focus groups for other attorneys and writes and teaches extensively on the subject of juror communication and persuasion both in Texas and at Gerry Spence's Trial Lawyers College in Dubois, Wyoming.


To contact Greg Westfall call 817-928-4222.

Frank Sellers

Westfall Sellers

Frank Sellers is a trial and appellate attorney, who focuses on representing citizens and businesses facing criminal investigations and prosecutions. Frank maintains an active criminal trial practice, with a heavy emphasis on helping citizens accused of DWI. Frank has earned a reputation as a knowledgeable, skilled trial lawyer. In addition to trial work, Frank focuses a smaller portion of his practice on criminal appeals and writs of habeas corpus. He enjoys helping those that have been wrongfully convicted regain their freedom.

Since beginning his practice, Frank has represented people charged with all types of offenses and from all professional backgrounds, including doctors, lawyers, and even a district judge. He has won Not Guilty verdicts in cases ranging from DWI (both breath test and blood test) to Murder.

Frank's work has earned him numerous legal honors. He is AV Preeminent Rated by Martindale-Hubbell, which means other lawyers rank him at the highest level of professional excellence. Texas Monthly SuperLawyers has honored Frank since 2015 as a Rising Star. The National Trial Lawyers named him as a Top 40 Under 40 Criminal Defense Lawyer.

Personally, Frank was raised in Richardson, Texas. After graduating high school, he earned his undergraduate degree in Economics from Texas A&M University. Frank then went onto earn his law degree from Texas Tech University School of Law. While at Tech, Frank was an editor on theLaw Review, a member of the Board of Barristers, on numerous national mock trial teams, and was the president of the Texas Aggie Bar Association. He also received the award for the highest grade in legal research and writing.


To contact Frank Sellers call 817-928-4222.

Monroe Solomon, III

Westfall Sellers

Monroe Solomon III is a talented, energetic attorney that specializes in criminal defense. He joined the firm in 2014 straight out of law school. Since that time, Monroe has become a valuable asset with incredible results that prove as much. He has considerable knowledge of the law and all the ways that it can help, rather than hurt, his clients.

Monroe is known for his energetic style as a passionate advocate who is unafraid to step into the courtroom on any matter, at any time, against anyone. His trial experience ranges from capital murder in district court, to conspiracy in federal court, all the way down to class c misdemeanor assault in municipal court. Monroe understands that each case, each client is different. As such, he furnishes individualized focus and preparation to each client.

More recently, Monroe has started to venture into appellate work. This avenue has provided an even more fundamental knowledge of the law which he has channeled into his other practice areas, most recently civil law. Though criminal law is his main area of concentration, Monroe has started to establish himself in civil matters, too. Whether it's representing different business entities through an administrative process with local municipalities or defending clients through federal civil litigation, he is there to help.

Outside of the legal practice, Monroe has proven himself as a force in the classroom where he teaches law at the collegiate level at Southwestern Adventist University. His main area of focus is on the Constitution and its development through caselaw; though recently he has started a new program called Law and Order: Hollywood v. Reality which studies the differences between Hollywood law portrays and reality.

Aside from teaching at the university, Monroe is also the faculty adviser for Students for Social Justice Awareness which focuses on what students can do to bring about changes in the community. This program seeks to understand how groupthink and community dynamics can change the way we live our lives. Monroe is helping students find their own voice by providing a platform from which the students can inject themselves into the community.


To contact Monroe Solomon III call 817-928-4222.