Dallas Criminal Defense State Felonies and Federal Crimes

Dallas Criminal Defense Attorney and Trial Lawyer

John Teakell Rigorously Defends Individuals Charged With Federal Crimes and Texas Felonies.

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Why  Those Charged With Serious Crimes Contact Criminal Defense Attorney John Teakell

  • Former Federal Prosecutor

  • Former State Prosecutor

  • Voted SuperLawyers 2005-2012, 2014-2018

  • Rated Nation’s Top 1% of Attorneys

  • National Trial Lawyers Association Top Trial Attorneys in Texas 2007-2018

Anyone charged with a Texas State Felony or Federal Crime risks losing their freedom and livelihoods.

The Law Office of John Teakell defends clients facing criminal charges such as Fraud and Conspiracy to Commit Fraud, Mail Fraud, Wire Fraud, Securities Charges, Computer Crimes, Drug Charges, Gun Cases, Identity Theft, Medicare / Medicaid Fraud, Tax Evasion, Money Laundering, Cell Phone Prosecutions, and all other matters related to Federal Criminal Defense in Texas and other Federal Courts.

If You Are Under Investigation or Have Been Charged With a Federal Crime or Texas State Felony

Call criminal defense attorney John Teakell for a confidential legal consultation immediately, there is no time to waste.

About John Teakell

From his legal office in Dallas, Texas criminal defense attorney John Teakell has successfully defended hundreds of individuals charged Texas Felonies and Federal Felonies.

The National Trial Lawyers Association recognizes John Teakell a top-rated Criminal Defense Attorney in Texas, as well as Texas SuperLawyers.  Teakell has also been selected as National Association of Distinguished Counsel’s Top One Percent, Lawyers of Distinction, Best Attorneys of America, and Global Who’s Who Top Attorney.  He was highlighted in Forbes Magazine and Time Magazine, and chosen Expert Network’s Distinguished Lawyer, and others.  John’s extensive experience working Texas State Prosecutor and Federal Prosecutor help ensure you achieve the best possible outcome in your case. Choosing an experienced attorney is most important when you are facing Federal Criminal charges, you need a Dallas Criminal Defense Attorney like John Teakell in your corner.

John travels to Federal Courts throughout the entire state of Texas. Your rights and freedom are at risk if you have been accused of a crime or are being investigated. Time is not on your side. You need someone working now if you plan to have any chance of a dismissal, charge reductions, reduced sentences, or an acquittal from your charges. Contact Teakell here or below to schedule a consultation.

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FELON IN POSSESSION OF FIREARM PROSECUTIONS

Generally “Felon in Possession of a Firearm” is very often used when someone with a felony conviction simply possesses a firearm. It is regularly referred for federal prosecution when police find a handgun or rifle near a person arrested or detained. There often is...

INSURANCE FRAUD PROSECUTIONS

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Identity Theft and Identification Fraud Charges in Federal Court

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FRAUDULENT USE OR POSSESSION OF IDENTIFYING INFORMATION

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Health Care Fraud Prosecutions — Kickback Schemes

Health Care Fraud CasesThere are several fraud activities that are the basis for federal government investigations and prosecutions. Common prosecutions are for overbilling, upcoding, unnecessary procedures, procedures not performed, and prescribing treatments that...

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John Teakell featured in the bestselling “Cup of Coffee” series

A Cup Of Coffee With 10 Of The Top Criminal Defense Attorneys In The United States: Valuable insights you should know if you are accused of a crime

John R. Teakell co-authored the book on Criminal Defense titled “A Cup of Coffee With 10 Of The Top Criminal Defense Attorneys In The United States”, the book offers useful and relevant information about what happens if you are charged with a crime.

Mr. Teakell is also a frequent commenter in local and national media on the criminal justice system and high profile cases.