Facing Criminal Charges?
Scott Can Help When Bad Things Happen to Good People
Are you facing charges for a crime in Frisco, Texas? If so, do not hesitate in calling on criminal defense lawyer, Scott Edgett for legal support. As the area's only law firm, it is in your best interest to get the team on your side as you face the criminal justice system. Scott Edgett is a fierce and aggressive trial lawyer who has over 10 years of experience and has successfully handled thousands of cases. He has a reputation in the local courts as a trustworthy legal advocate, and is included as one of the Top 100 Trial Lawyers. Mr. Edgett has an Avvo Rating of 10.0 "Superb," which is the highest score possible. If you would like to get his skill, confidence, and experience working for you, he is prepared to help.
Contact the firm today to get personalized attention from Attorney Edgett.
Cases Mr. Edgett Handles
Scott Edgett has a keen focus on criminal defense, particularly those cases that go to trial. He has vast experience in the courtroom and knows powerful, effective strategies that can secure you a favorable outcome or even get your charges dismissed entirely.
Frisco criminal defense attorney Scott Edgett can assist you with the following cases and more:
To get strong legal advocacy from Scott Edgett, call (214) 305-8411 today!
Get Your Free Case Evaluation
If you have questions about the upcoming legal process you will undergo, or need to get information about which actions to take, please arrange for a free consultation with Attorney Scott. He can shed light on your situation and help you move forward in a way that will protect your best interests. He offer both in-person and over the phone meetings, and all matters discussed are held in the strictest confidence.
Fill out a free case evaluation form to get personalized advice from Frisco criminal defense attorney Scott Edgett. We serve clients in Collin County and Denton County.
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