Michael Lowe Biography

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Michael Lowe is Board Certified in Criminal Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization

With more than 150 jury trials under his belt, Michael Lowe has strong and varied courtroom experience. Although many lawyers claim to be trial lawyers, very few can say they have actually tried more than a hand full of cases to a jury. Since leaving the District Attorney’s offices, Mr. Lowe has focused his practice on criminal litigation. Mr. Lowe has tried to a jury everything from misdemeanor DWI to Felony Aggravated Robbery in criminal courts in Dallas and surrounding areas.

Mr. Lowe has practiced law for more than 16 years.  Mr. Lowe is Board Certified in Criminal Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.  Mr. Lowe handles cases in both Federal Court and State Court all over Texas.  Mr. Lowe’s has successfully defended many cases.  Case results can be seen dating back more than 10 years are listed on this website.

While Mr. Lowe was at the District Attorney’s Office, he was entrusted by the Dallas County District Attorney to prosecute high level drug traffickers in the Organized Crime Division. During his assignment to the Organized Crime Division, Mr. Lowe maintained an aggressive and intense jury trial practice focused only on narcotics trafficking. During this time, Mr. Lowe enjoyed an excellent reputation and fostered close working relationships with federal and state narcotics agents who represent virtually all law enforcement agencies in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. Mr. Lowe has also tried to a jury several dozen D.W.I. and Assault Family Violence cases. In addition, Mr. Lowe has tried to a jury other very serious felony offenses such as Aggravated Assault, Aggravated Robbery, Robbery, Burglary of a Habitation, Burglary of a Building, Aggravated Sexual Assault as well as several high level narcotics cases.

Education

  • Texas Tech University School of Law
    Doctor of Jurisprudence, Cum Laude, 1998
  • University of Texas, Austin, Texas
    Bachelor of Arts in Psychology , 1995

Experience

  • Assistant District Attorney, Dallas County
    Felony Prosecutor and Misdemeanor Prosecutor
  • Associate Attorney, Touchstone Bernays
    Represented Insurance Companies in both first and third party personal injury and property damages claims.
  • Associate Attorney, Cowles & Thompson
    Represented Insurance Companies and Businesses in various civil matters including employment discrimination claims and business disputes.

Licensure

  • Admitted by the State Bar of Texas
  • U.S. District Court Northern District of Texas
  • U.S. District Court Eastern District of Texas
  • U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals
  • U.S. District Court Western District of Arkansas

Professional Organizations

  • American Inn of Courts, Mac Taylor Inn
  • Dallas Criminal Defense Lawyer’s Association
  • Dallas Bar Association

More About Michael Lowe and Criminal Defense

Plan Your Criminal Defense Strategy

If you or a loved one are facing criminal investigation, arrest, trial, sentencing, or jail time in a Texas state or federal court, then you need an aggressive criminal defense plan.  It is never too early to plan a criminal defense.

Have a defense plan includes having a criminal lawyer that is experienced and dedicated to seeking justice for people who are charged with a crime.  Good criminal defense attorneys care about their clients and what happens to the client’s families if there is a conviction.

Whether you’ve been accused of driving drunk (DUI, DWI), a crime of violence or theft (assault, battery, theft, robbery, burglary, rape, sexual assault, murder) or any sort of drug crime (possession, intent to distribute, or intent to manufacture of prescription drugs or street drugs like heroin, crystal meth (methamphetamine), crack cocaine, ice, marijuana, or other controlled substances), a sex crime (rape, prostitution, public lewdness), or any other kind of felony or misdemeanor, you need your criminal defense lawyer at your side.

Why hire a criminal defense lawyer?

Criminal law is complex, and no one involved with the police or the district attorney’s office is going to be on your side, explaining all of your rights to you.  You cannot trust what you have seen on TV.  An experienced criminal defense attorney can foresee prosecution maneuvers and interrogation tricks, and a good criminal lawyer can build a criminal defense strategy with you — helping you decide what is best for your case.

A criminal defense attorney can also answer questions for you, such as:

  • Is there a warrant out for your arrest?
  • Is it an arrest warrant or a bench warrant?
  • Can you get out of jail on bond?
  • How do you get a bail bond?
  • How much does bond have to be?
  • Do you want a jury trial?
  • Should you negotiate a plea bargain?
  • What about your past criminal record?
  • What if you weren’t alone?
  • Does it matter if you are facing criminal charges in state or federal court?
  • How much does a criminal defense lawyer cost?
  • Will you lose your driver’s license (or child or car or gun)?

Who is Michael Lowe? (Read in Spanish)

Over the years, Dallas criminal defense lawyer Michael Lowe has tried over 150 criminal jury trials all over the state of Texas.  He has experience working both as prosecutor and as criminal defense attorney.

In fact, Michael Lowe’s past experience as a Dallas County felony drug prosecutor makes him uniquely qualified to handle Dallas drug crime defense cases.

Michael Lowe is board certified by the State of Texas as a criminal defense attorney, and he has dedicated his career to representing clients who have been accused, investigated, or charged with state or federal crimes.

Criminal Defense Lawyer Michael Lowe

As a criminal defense attorney, Mr. Lowe defends clients across Texas charged with all sorts of federal and state crimes, such as driving drunk DWI — Driving While Intoxicated; DUI — Driving Under the Influence felony assault; misdemeanor assault; wire and mail fraud (RICO); along with money laundering, structuring and tax evasion. His criminal defense practice also helps those charged with sex crimes, including sexual assault, criminal solicitation, possession and distribution of child pornography, indecency with a child, indecent exposure and public lewdness.

Criminal lawyer Michael Lowe defends people facing drug charges in all parts of Texas, based on state or federal drug laws against heroin, crystal meth (methamphetamine), cocaine, marijuana, or other controlled substances, with drug crimes involving drug trafficking, drug sales, drug possession, cultivation (growing) of marijuana, maintaining a house where drugs are sold, conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute, possession with intent to deliver, delivery and manufacturing charges.

Mr. Lowe also helps clear up past criminal records (expungement). Expungement is a legal method to eliminate a person’s past criminal history and criminal record. Sometimes, it means that the criminal record is destroyed and forever erased. To help people with problem criminal records, Michael Lowe has started a first of its kind website, www.RecordHelp.com, which allows those that have been unfairly saddled with a criminal record to expunge or seal their record without spending thousands of dollars on legal fees.

Choosing the Best Criminal Lawyer for Your Case

Anyone facing an allegation that they have violated state or federal criminal law needs a strong and knowledgeable criminal defense attorney they can respect and trust. Money, jail time, and even someone’s life may be on the line and a criminal lawyer has to be trusted to fight hard for his client’s best interests.

Michael Lowe has dedicated his life to helping people who are facing criminal authorities in arrests, allegations, investigations, trials, or appeals. Mr. Lowe is a Dallas board certified criminal defense lawyer who wants what is best for each client, and works hard to find a resolution that will most likely help his client to erase the past and begin a new future. Time and again, Michael Lowe has gained dismissals, acquittals and reductions for his clients. Just read what his clients have to say about him.

Before deciding on the right criminal defense lawyer for your case, you should talk with the attorney and get a feel for how you will work together. There’s no bond like that between a criminal defense lawyer and his client, and deciding who to hire as your criminal defense attorney may be the most important decision of your life.

Michael Lowe understands this, and welcomes you to contact the Law Offices of Michael Lowe for a free, initial consultation. Just call (214) 526-1900.

Dallas criminal defense attorney Michael Lowe is available to help individuals who are being accused, investigated, or charged with crimes in the Dallas metroplex area.  For a free legal consultation, please call (214) 526-1900, to schedule an appointment to visit with criminal lawyer Michael Lowe.

First Consultations are Always Free at the Law Offices of Michael Lowe