Dallas federal & state defense attorney David Finn has been named to the Martindale-Hubbell list of Bar Preeminent Lawyers for the past 13 years running. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Notre Dame, where he graduated with high honors. Mr. Finn received his law degree from the University of Texas School of Law, and a Master’s degree from the LBJ School of Public Affairs, in 1991.
Dallas attorney David Finn is board certified in criminal law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, and he has successfully tried thousands of cases and hundreds of jury trials.
Perhaps that’s why Mr. Finn was recently selected by fellow attorneys across the state as a “Texas Super Lawyer” in the area of white-collar criminal defense, as featured in Texas Monthly Magazine for 2003 – 2018 and selected as one of the “Best Lawyers in Dallas” by D Magazine from 2008 -2018.
David Finn is a former elected criminal trial judge. He knows the criminal justice system, and, having presided over 450 criminal jury trials as a judge, he knows how to communicate with a jury.
Whether you’re faced with a first-time DWI charge, an airport arrest, a misdemeanor, felony, a complicated federal conspiracy indictment, or a charge of juvenile delinquency, David Finn is the proven trial lawyer that you want fighting for you. He will personally return your phone calls promptly and he will do his best to explain the legal process to you and outline your options.
Mr. Finn is A-V rated by Martindale-Hubbell. This is their highest rating, and it means legal ability from “Very High to Preeminent,” and “Very High Ethical Standards.”
Mr. Finn is a member of the Texas Criminal Defense Lawyer’s Association and the Dallas Criminal Defense Lawyer’s Association and the Tarrant County Criminal Defense Lawyer’s Association.
This former federal prosecutor, “Texas Super Lawyer” and one of the “Best Lawyers in Dallas” is the criminal charge defense lawyer you want fighting for you.
David Finn is the kind of trial lawyer most people want when they’re facing 30 years in prison. He’s loud, is not above pounding tables, and will do just about anything to have the last word before a jury.