Gregg County Lawyers
Texas Lawyer with 35 years experience
- (903) 531-9300
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HE HAS HELPED THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE WITH THEIR LEGAL PROBLEMS.
HE CAN HELP YOU.
PROBATE, WILLS & ESTATES, FAMILY LAW, AND REAL ESTATE
Dollar for dollar, he's the best.
EXPERIENCED, SKILLFUL, REASONABLE
He has experience at both the trial and appellate level in both State and Federal Courts. He has also taught college courses for Northwestern State University. In 1983 he joined the Law Firm of Adams, Sheppard & King where he was soon chosen to be the Managing Attorney. He also served as an alternate Municipal Judge for almost 15 years.
Dallas County D.A Office 1997 & 1999
Gregg County D.A. Office 1999 & 2000
Holmes Law Office 2000- 2003
Law Office of John W. Moore 2003- Current
Capital Murder Trial Certified
Tried over 25 Murder Trials
Represent Clients in all Felony and Misdemeanor Cases Through out Texas
Following law school, Mr. Bunt joined the firm of Roberts, Hill & Calk, in Longview, achieving the rank of partner. During this time, he practiced in the areas of commercial litigation, personal injury, employment law, charitable organization defense, and general civil litigation. In 1997, Bunt co-founded his own law firm...
Gregg County Legal Aid & Pro Bono Services
Women's Center of East Texas
Area Agency on Aging of East Texas
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