Dallas Criminal Attorney
Alex Campos was born in Santa Cruz, California, but spent most of his childhood growing up in Frisco, Texas. After graduating from Frisco Centennial High School in 2008, he went on to play NCAA golf at the University of Texas at Dallas. In 2012, Alex graduated Cum Laude from the University of Texas at Dallas with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science.
Alex always knew that he wanted to become a lawyer, so after graduation he decided to attend the University of Arkansas School of Law in Fayetteville, where he had earned a scholarship. While in attendance at the University of Arkansas, he made the Dean’s List four out of his six semesters, participated in a number of trial competitions, was a student attorney for indigent criminal defendants in the School of Law Legal Clinic, was an intern for Chief Judge Biery of the United States District Court for the Western District of Texas, and a Law Clerk at Gibbs, Nolte, Robison, Rose, PLLC. In 2015, Alex graduated from the University of Arkansas School of Law earning his Juris Doctorate, and would return to Texas to take the bar exam.
On November 12, 2015, Alex was sworn in to practice law in the State of Texas, and just four days later he was sitting second chair in an Intoxication Manslaughter jury trial. Although the Defendant pled guilty to the charge, a jury trial was still necessary to determine his sentence. Ultimately, the Defendant was sentenced to ten years’ probation, even though the District Attorney’s Office was asking for prison time, and the jury could have sentenced him up to twenty years in prison.
Alex would go on to start his own successful law practice in Collin County where he focused on criminal law (handling both misdemeanors and felonies), family law (including divorces, child custody, child support, Attorney General, and Child Protective Services cases), and drafting Wills and Probating Estates. He has since joined Udeshi, Clark, and Associates, to handle the firms many criminal cases.