George Roland is a criminal defense lawyer who lives and offices in Denton, Texas. He has experience on a wide range of criminal charges, from murder and hybrid first degree felony drug charges, to misdemeanor drug and assault charges. George comes from a family of criminal defense lawyers, and has always been an advocate for, and defender of, those in need. He has handled hundreds of criminal cases, and devotes his entire practice to criminal defense.
He received his Bachelor’s degree from Texas State University, his masters degree from the University of North Texas, and his juris doctorate from Texas Wesleyan School of Law. George is a member of the Texas Criminal Defense Lawyer’s Association , and has been since 2011.
In 2014, he received the Hal Jackson Award for superior accomplishment in the promotion of justice through law. He has been published in Voice for the Defense, and has been invited to speak on defending drug cases numerous times. In 2018 and again in 2019, he was named to the 10 Best Attorneys in Texas for client satisfaction by the American Institute for Criminal Law Attorneys. In 2019, Super Lawyers named George a “Rising Star” in criminal defense law.
Former clients have praised George’s work, and the personal attention he provides. George believes that you should be able to get in contact with your lawyer any time—not just during usual business hours.
George primarily focuses on felony and misdemeanor drug charges, and the unique set of legal issues related to drug charges. He is a member of the Drug Policy Alliance and other organizations that advocate for drug law reform. He believes that rehabilitation and treatment are more important than imprisonment, and that addressing the underlying substance abuse problem can effectively remove a person from the criminal justice system forever.
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