Texas historian A.C. Greene believed that the countryside hill was named the Flower Mound in the 1840s because of the unusual amount of wild flowers (the nonprofit Flower Mound Foundation has identified more than 175 different species) that grew on it. When Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport opened in 1974, the incorporated town of Flower Mound saw a substantial increase in its population and it is now the largest town in Texas, in terms of population.
Bordering Grapevine Lake northwest of Dallas and northeast of Fort Worth, it is not uncommon for residents and visitors alike to be arrested for various criminal offenses in or around the Flower Mound area. In such cases, it is critical for alleged offenders to seek legal counsel familiar with how criminal charges are prosecuted in the area.
If you were arrested or believe that you might be under investigation for any kind of criminal offense in Flower Mound, it is in your best interest to make sure that you have legal representation. The Law Offices of Richard C. McConathy aggressively defends clients accused of all sorts of crimes in the greater Flower Mound area.
Richard McConathy and Brian Bolton are experienced criminal defense attorneys who fight to help people achieve the most favorable outcomes to criminal cases, including possibly having criminal charges reduced or dismissed. Call (972) 233-5700 to take advantage of a free, confidential consultation that will allow our lawyers to provide an honest and thorough evaluation of your case.
Authorities in the Flower Mound area enforce the same state and federal laws that are applicable in other parts of the Lone Star State. A few of the offenses that people are most frequently arrested for include, but are not limited to:
Flower Mound Municipal Court — The Municipal Court is located in the Police and Court Facility, near the intersection of Cross Timbers and Kirkpatrick Lane in Flower Mound. It is open Monday through Friday, although it does recognize 10 different holidays. The court handles multiple violations of state law, including traffic offenses, local ordinances, and other criminal violations.
Flower Mound Municipal Court
4150 Kirkpatrick Ln.
Flower Mound TX, 75028
Flower Mound Police Department — The Flower Mound Police Department identifies it as its mission to “deliver excellent police services with integrity, in partnership with our community, to instill trust and promote a safe and secure environment that enhances Flower Mound’s distinctive quality of life.” On this website, you can learn more about the department’s command staff, beat maps, and various crime prevention and community services. You can also view real-time crime data and annual reports.
Flower Mound Police Department
4150 Kirkpatrick Lane
Flower Mound, TX 75028
Denton County Sheriff’s Office — Because Flower Mound is located almost entirely in Denton County, the Sheriff’s Office can frequently be involved in a number of local arrests. On this website, you can learn more about the sheriff’s administration, operations bureau, and detention bureau. You can also find information about open records requests, a sex offenders list, and bond records and jail records searches.
A few of the other communities located in the Flower Mound vicinity include Justin, Northlake, Corral City, Argyle, Double Oak, Bartonville, Lantana, Copper Canyon, Highland Village, Roanoke, Lewisville, Northlake, Grapevine, Coppell, Trophy Club, and Elizabethtown.
Do you think that you could be under investigation or were you already arrested in Flower Mound for allegedly committing any kind of criminal offense? Do not say anything to authorities until you have contacted The Law Offices of Richard C. McConathy.
Criminal defense attorneys Richard McConathy and Brian Bolton handle many different types of criminal cases in the greater Flower Mound area. You can have them review your case and discuss all of your legal options as soon as you call (972) 233-5700 or complete an online contact form to schedule a free consultation.