AUSTIN, TEXAS (PRWEB) June 19, 2013
Carroll Troberman Criminal Defense is now offering its criminal defense services to clients facing charges in Bell County.
Defendants in Bell County can now take advantage of the expertise of the attorneys at Carroll Troberman Criminal Defense, which includes DWI defense, drug possession defense and other facets of criminal defense.
Blair Carroll, one of the firm’s founding partners, is an experienced Austin DWI attorney who has been accepted by peer nomination into the National College for DUI Defense. According to Carroll, he’s embraced the complexities of blood/alcohol analysis to better serve his clients.
His partner, Meredith “Shelly” Troberman has devoted her entire career to criminal law, working at a world-renowned criminal defense law firm and then as a prosecutor for the Travis County Attorney’s Office before going back into private practice. As a prosecutor, Troberman strengthened her courtroom and behind-the-scenes negotiation skills.
“We’re glad we are able to offer our services to the people of Killeen, Temple and the surrounding area,” Troberman said. “Blair and I decided to be criminal defense attorneys because we wanted to fight for the rights of as many people as possible, and expanding our service area will help us do just that.”
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About Carroll Troberman Criminal Defense
Carroll Troberman Criminal Defense is the Austin, Texas criminal defense practice of attorneys Blair Carroll and Meredith "Shelly" Troberman. The firm's attorneys have successfully defended hundreds of criminal cases, ranging from assault to DWI cases. Carroll Troberman Criminal Defense accepts most criminal cases, including DWI, DUI, assault, murder, robbery, sex crimes, domestic violence, illegal possession of weapons, drug possession, hit and run and white collar crime charges. Blair Carroll is a member of the esteemed National College for DUI Defense and Meredith "Shelly" Troberman has devoted her entire career to criminal law, both as a defense attorney and as a district attorney.