Criminal defense attorneys in el paso tx

Criminal defense attorneys in el paso tx

If you’re searching for a lawyer in El Paso who will fight for your rights, contact Aaronson Law Firm. I’ll work with you through the traffic law process.

Michael Aaronson

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Attorney at Law

Michael Aaronson attended the University of Texas at Austin and St. Mary’s School of Law. He graduated in 1973 and, two years later, established Aaronson Law Firm. When combating legal issues, having over forty years of experience comes in handy. Mr. Aaronson has devoted much of his life to helping those in legal binds.

“I want to find the best possible outcomes for my clients.”

Mr. Aaronson’s areas of practice include criminal law and traffic-related issues. Mr. Aaronson is proud to help the citizens of El Paso as well as surrounding areas by offering his complete knowledge and expertise to bring justice to your case. Since Mr. Aaronson is licensed to practice in all Texas state and county courts, as well as the United States District Courts for the Fifth Circuit, he should be your first and only choice. Put your trust in Aaronson Law Firm. We don’t believe people should pay to learn about their rights. We can give you a price quote, in most cases, over the telephone. Contact us today for a free consultation.

Bar Admissions

  • All Texas State and County Courts
  • United States District Court, Western District of Texas


  • J.D. – St. Mary’s School of Law, 1973
  • B.A. – University of Texas at Austin

7362 Remcon Cir, El Paso, TX 79912, United States


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