Mitch Adams is a criminal defense attorney with over 20 years of experience. He handles all types of criminal cases, from misdemeanors to felonies, all over East Texas, from Beaumont to Texarkana. His fees are competitive and affordable. He works aggressively to get the best possible outcome for his clients.
He is a courthouse lawyer, not a briefcase lawyer; in other words, he doesn't back away from pushing the government's lawyers to trial when that is what is best for his client.
Mitch teaches continuing legal education classes on jurisdiction and venue in criminal law, and strategy in obtaining police officer personnel file records to other lawyers. He is a proud member of the Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association (TDCLA), and is a published author in the TDCLA's monthly magazine The Voice.
Mitch attended the University of Texas, where he graduated with a degree in English in 1994. In 1998, he graduated from the Texas Tech University School of Law. While in Lubbock, he clerked for Chappell, Lanehart & Stangl, P.C., where he caught the bug to practice criminal defense law.
He represents only those accused by the government of criminal wrongdoing. He has never been a government prosecutor, and practices criminal defense law, and only criminal defense law.
Mitch is the lucky husband of Kerry, and proud father of two, He is a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Tyler, where he volunteers on the church's mission committee.