Upon graduation from Texas Wesleyan University School of Law, Brian Bolton was hired by the Dallas County District Attorney's Office and quickly developed a reputation as one of the most thorough, aggressive prosecutors. He was later named Chief Prosecutor and in addition to mentoring younger Assistant District Attorneys, Brian also trained police officers on how to properly conduct Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) investigations, testify in court hearings, and gather evidence to build cases against DWI suspects.
Brian utilizes this experience on the other side of the aisle to the advantage of the clients he now defends at The Law Offices of Richard C. McConathy. Brian is renowned in the greater Denton County area for his DWI jury selection and arresting officer cross-examination abilities. He is an active member of both the Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association (TCDLA) and the Dallas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association (DCDLA).
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I can’t say enough great things about the attorneys at this law firm. Within a few months they had my case, which I thought I was going to lose, dismissed and put my life back on track. I would recommend their firm to anyone and everyone who is in need of legal help.Leslie L. Denton County DWI
A few months before I moved out of Texas, I was arrested for DWI. The problem was I was building a new life in another state with greater opportunities. I needed to find an attorney to handle my special situation being an out of state client who also travels out of the country. My case was in Denton County, which I have heard is a very difficult county to deal with. Because of my job I was in need of special accommodations from the court so I would not lose my career. After several months of tough negotiations with the DA, Richard and Brian were able to finalize my case beyond my expectations. I would highly recommend this law firm to anyone who has run into some trouble anywhere they might get a DWI.Stephanie C. Denton County DWI