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Attorney Shane Lewis

Shane Lewis received a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice in 1998 and a Juris Doctorate in 2001. He was also licensed to practice law in 2001 and is currently authorized to practice in the State of Texas as well as the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas.

Former Texas Prosecutor

Mr. Lewis is a Former Prosecutor who began his career working in the District Attorney’s office. During this time, he gained valuable trial experience handling hundreds of cases and as a result he can now better anticipate what the Government will use against you.

Throughout his career, Mr. Lewis has a distinguished track record as an attorney who is responsive to his clients’ needs and concerns. He has also proven himself in the courtroom as a respected trial attorney who knows how to get results in front of juries.

As a defense attorney, he is available to represent clients in a variety of matters. However, he has also dedicated a significant part of his practice to defending those who are charged with drunk driving. This includes cases involving Breath Test Refusals, Blood Tests, ALR hearings, and driver’s license revocations.

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Mr. Lewis’ passion is criminal law and he spends everyday working with judges and prosecutors to defend his clients’ rights.

For 24/7 availability to answers about your case and legal representation in Fort Worth, Dallas & Surrounding Areas in North Texas contact Shane Lewis Attorney at Law, PLLC.

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Mr. Lewis is a member of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, Texas Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, as well as the Tarrant County Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers.

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  • https://www.tcdla.com/
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Criminal Defense Attorney Shane Lewis | 800 N. Fielder, Suite 500, Arlington, Texas 76012 | P: (817) 877-1500 | F: (817) 877-1503