Brian J. Newman received a Bachelor of Arts degree in 2006 from Duquesne University. After completing his undergraduate degree, he attended Baylor University School of Law. While at Baylor, Brian completed every criminal law course offered at the law school, and was a student volunteer for the Innocence Project. Brian graduated from the Baylor Law School in November of 2009. In November of 2009, the Supreme Court of Texas licensed Brian to practice law throughout the State of Texas.

After working for a law firm, Brian left to open up his own office providing criminal defense services.

Bar Admissions

  • Texas, November of 2009
  • United States District Court Northern District of Texas – February of 2011
  • United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit – February of 2011
  • Supreme Court of the United States – June of 2014

For criminal defense, Brian really knows Texas Criminal Law and the rules of law. He's prepared when he goes to trial and ready with really good objections. - Laura G.




Extremely satisfied client
Mr. Newman was an excellent help to my case. I had a possesion of marijuana case and was extremely pleased with the outcome of my case. I will recommend him in the future to anyone I know that has a need for a criminal justice attorney, and should I ever need his services again I will gladly contact him. He is a very straight forward and no nonsense individual and it was a pleasure being assisted by him. - Philip 

Fantastic Fort Worth defense attorney! Brian J. Newman represented my son and I could not be happier with his work. Thank you so much for your help. - Michael S. 






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