Attorney Derek A. Adame
Derek A. Adame has represented citizens accused of criminal offenses in
Denton County since 1998. He has served clients in a number of high profiled
cases and has been interviewed by several media outlets, including the
Dallas Morning News, Denton Record Chronicle, Dallas Observer, NBC 5,
Derek has also served as guest lecturer at the University of Texas at Dallas,
the University of North Texas, and Texas Woman's University. He also
served as Lead Counsel in a murder case featured on the A&E Television
Network's popular "The First 48" series. In addition, Mr.
Adame has served as Lead Counsel in hundreds of criminal cases and jury trials.
Adame has provided representation in a wide range of criminal defense cases,
Derek is a former prosecutor with the Harris County District Attorney's
Office from 1994 to 1996. During that time, he served as a Special Prosecutor
for Family Violence Offenses and Chief Prosecutor for DWI offenses. He
was lead counsel in hundreds of criminal prosecutions and also educated
police officers in family violence, DWI, and drug offenses. He understands
the juridical system from every perspective and uses this knowledge to
his client’s advantage. His time as a prosecutor has also better
equipped him when dealing with prosecutors, judges, and juries. Don’t
entrust your defense to just any attorney, find a Denton criminal defense
attorney who has specialized, legal experience and proven results.
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If you are looking for experienced legal representation that is both creative
and aggressive, then Derek A. Adame, Attorney at Law is prepared to assist
you with your legal defense.
Schedule a free, initial case evaluation with our law office today so we can begin working on your defense strategy.