The Dallas Morning News reported that United States Magistrate Judge Renee Toliver appointed a second Dallas criminal defense attorney to the high-profile case of Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price, who was indicted on 11 counts of bribery, corruption, and tax fraud, according to federal court records.
This is the second time the state has given Price a defense attorney, whose expenses will be primarily shouldered by citizens of Texas. He has been required, however, to contribute $80,000 of his own money to his defense over a course of scheduled payments.
Ian Inglis Attorney at Law knows that criminal charges like this can have a disastrous effect on your reputation, your career, and even your freedom. However, our Austin criminal defense attorneys have the experience and resources to help you build a comprehensive defense that challenges every aspect of the case brought against you. Call our offices at (512) 472-1950 today to learn more about how we may help protect your rights and advocate for your interests throughout the legal process.