WFAA News 8 Includes Nicole Knox in Coverage of Arochi Trial
Reporter Jobin Panicker of WFAA-TV speaks with Dallas Criminal defense attorney Nicole Knox about the jury selection process in the trial of Enrique Arochi, accused in the disappearance of Christina Morris.
Nicole Knox Discusses the Micah Johnson Case With the Dallas Observer
Nicole Knox, a Dallas-based criminal defense attorney who’s given presentations about gun laws and gun-holders’ rights, said that since it was the legal sale of a gun, she couldn’t think of a legal situation or a viable cause of action.
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Law 360 Features Nicole Knox in Supreme Court Commentary
“While the result in this case is fundamentally unfair and contrary to basic American liberties and freedoms, the Supreme Court’s opinion is correct and predictable…”
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Nicole Knox on KDFW Discussing The Ethan Couch Case
Nicole Knox on KRLD Discussing the Christina Morris Kidnapping Case
Nicole Knox joined NBC 5 in studio to discuss the options for quarterback Johnny Manziel
Nicole Knox Recognized on D Magazine’s Best Lawyers in Dallas 2016 List
DALLAS ― Criminal defense attorney Nicole Knox has been named to D Magazine’s exclusive 2016 listing of the Best Lawyers in Dallas for her extensive work in the courtroom and community.
Ms. Knox focuses her practice on white-collar crime and general criminal defense in Texas state courts and multiple federal district courts. This is the first time she has been named to the list of Dallas’ top lawyers.View News Item
News 8 Daybreak Interviews Criminal Defense Attorney Nicole Knox About Developments in the Ethan Couch Case
Law 360 Story on Texas AG Ken Paxton Includes Comments from White-Collar Criminal Defense Attorney Nicole Knox
Dallas defense attorney Nicole Knox of Law Office of Nicole Knox said if Paxton decides it’s in his best interest to file a stay in the civil suit, he’ll likely do so as soon as possible, before making any answer in the civil case that could then be used as evidence in the criminal proceeding. “It was really smart of the SEC to do this,” Knox said. “This is a way to put pressure on the defense to move forward.”
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Nicole Knox and Other "Women Warriors" featured in TCDLA's Voice for the Defense