About The Law Office Of Nicole Knox
Attorney Nicole Knox has dedicated her career to providing high-quality criminal defense representation to individuals in Dallas and the surrounding counties of Texas. Her record of results includes a long list of not guilty verdicts, dismissals and other positive outcomes. Nicole Knox’s outstanding reputation is also evident in the 10.0 rating she has achieved on Avvo, a leading legal review site. She has also been listed among the Top 100 Trial Lawyers and the Top 40 Under 40 by the National Trial Lawyers organization.
Nicole has been featured in Attorney at Law Magazine as the Attorney of the Month for March 2016. Click here to see the article.
Trusted In The Legal Community
Nicole Knox is not only trusted by her clients, but by the legal community as a whole. She is the current President of the Dallas Women Lawyer’s Association. The Texas Bar Foundation recently invited Ms. Knox to become a Fellow of the Foundation in appreciation for her outstanding professional achievements and demonstrated commitment to the improvement of the justice system throughout Texas. This is an honor that is only awarded to the top one-third of 1% of members of the State Bar.
Giving Back To The Community
Nicole Knox donates her time to various charitable organizations, including her repeated service projects for Texas Scottish Rite Hospital and her service as a founding member of the Young Community Partners of Dallas, a nonprofit organization dedicated to enriching the lives of abused and neglected children in the Dallas area. She is also active in the Rotary Club.
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Meet Nicole Knox
Nicole Knox has quickly become one of the best criminal defense lawyers. She has defended the accused in nearly 100 jury trial verdicts, and she has earned over 60 “not guilty” verdicts. Her dedication to developing a strong defense and to zealous advocacy have also resulted in a long list of dismissals, favorable sentences, and refusals to prosecute.Learn More