As a former Felony Chief Prosecutor, Tommy W. Hull possesses extensive experience and understands how to effectively defend you in court. Tommy never backs down from a challenge and will outwork his competition in an effort to get you a favorable outcome to your case.
Attorney Tommy Hull has over 15 years of experience and he provides defense counsel services to all of Midland County, and reaching into Odessa. Attorney Hull is a former chief felony prosecutor for the state of Texas. Working that side of the legal aisle gave him a unique perspective on how the system works and a desire to help more defendants get the type of vigorous legal defense they deserve, and that a fair justice system depends on.
Attorney Hull knows from experience that not everyone accused of crime is guilty. He knows that it is the job of the prosecution to prove guilt–not the defendant to prove innocence, and he aims to hold prosecutors to the lofty standard. Furthermore, Attorney Hull knows the accused are not necessarily bad people. He provides a listening and supportive ear and then goes to work on an aggressive detail-oriented defense aimed at protecting the freedom and restoring the reputation of his clients.
Facing charges for a crime? Call Tommy W. Hull PC today at (432) 223-0044 or contact him online to set up a free consultation with our lawyer in Midland, TX.
Assault Aggravated Assault Causing Serious Bodily Injury Enhanced to a 1st Degree
The client was a local business owner who was charged with causing several fractures to the jaw and teeth of an unruly patron he removed from his ...
Assault Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon
Client was charged with aggravated assault for firing a shot into another individual’s tire as they were trying to drive off. Client was a retired man ...
Assault Assault Family Violence by Strangulation
Client was charged with a felony for allegedly assaulting his mother in law by choking her. It was clear to me that the only contact my client made with ...
Theft Burglary of a Habitation Committing Sexual Assault
Client was alleged to have entered a trailer house without consent and raped a women that he knew. The reality was that he had permission to be inside ...
Driver's License Suspension Driver's License Suspension Hearing
The State attempted to suspend my client's driver's license because he refused to submit to a blood sample during a DWI stop. After reviewing the police ...
DWI Driving While Intoxicated
Client was a local attorney who backed into an off duty officer’s vehicle in a restaurant parking lot. I launched an all-out attack on the unreliable ...
No one prepares for a case harder than Tommy Hull. As a former Felony Chief Prosecutor, Tommy has the experience and knowledge to help get the results his clients need.
Good results come from hard work and experience, and Tommy W. Hull PC has spent over 15 years understanding how the Texas justice system works and how to advocate for his clients.
Getting To Know Tommy Hull
A lifelong resident of Texas who married his high school sweetheart, Attorney Tommy Hull is an academic All-American, experienced Midland, TX lawyer and family man. Learn more about him and how he can help you.
When someone is charged with a crime, it changes their life. Their social circle and neighborhood may prejudge them, resulting in the loss of reputation. They face the possibility of steep fines and jail time. They need a skilled defense lawyer, and they also need someone they can trust. For Tommy W. Hull PC, “innocent until proven guilty” is more than a legal catchphrase. It’s a way of life that means his clients deserve the benefit of the doubt. He gives it to them. Then he gives them the kind of legal defense that offers their best shot at showing their innocence to the world.
If you're facing charges for a crime, call Tommy W. Hull PC today at (432) 223-0044 or contact him online to set up a free consultation with our lawyer in Midland, TX.
Experienced Trial Attorney
Former Felony Chief Prosecutor
15 Years of Experience
Aggressive Legal Representation
Honest and Straightforward Guidance