The Blue Collar Lawyer
Former Law EnforcementRobin’s former experience in law enforcement gives him insight into what the police should and should not be doing with your case. This insight is invaluable to your defense.
Former ProsecutorAs a former prosecutor, Robin also has intimate knowledge of the entire process as your case winds through the district attorney’s office.
Compassion & CaringRobin provides a level of compassion and understanding and takes a detailed small town approach to each case. This small town feel ensure you are not just a number.
Attorney Robin McCarty’s path to becoming an attorney was much different than many of his associates. This unique path to becoming a lawyer provides him with a unique perspective with respect to his clients and their cases.
Robin McCarty began working at the young age of thirteen during the hot and dry summers of the Texas Panhandle. Robin worked from sun up to sun down with his grandfather on oil field work-over rigs. The days were long and the work was hard, but this was a perfect way to begin building a work ethic that he would carry with him many years later in his legal practice.
Upon graduating from Borger High School, Robin enlisted in the United States Navy. He was stationed in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii aboard ship until his discharge. Robin is very proud that he had the opportunity to give back to a country that has given so much to him. To this day he carries fond memories of friends made and foreign ports visited.
Being the type of person that gets pleasure in helping folks, Robin’s next career move was to enter into the field of law enforcement. Robin worked as a sheriff’s deputy for the Hutchinson County Sheriff’s Office in Borger, Texas where he learned the real world application of the law. Robin was involved in investigating everything from minor theft or mischief cases up to and including murder cases. During his time with the sheriff’s office, he became certified as a Police Firearms Instructor as well as a Crime Scene Investigator and Fingerprint Examiner.
After a career in law enforcement, Robin worked as a plant operator at an industrial plant in Borger. All the while, he was attending Frank Phillips College and then West Texas A&M College with a goal in mind. That goal was to attend law school after which he would be in an even better position to help folks in need.
After graduating from the Texas Tech School of Law, Robin McCarty went to work with the Tarrant County District Attorney’s Office where he not only was able to utilize his prior law enforcement experience, but he gained an even greater amount of legal knowledge with respect to how cases are prosecuted once they’re turned over from the police. Robin was involved in working thousands of cases as well as trying many cases to a jury.
All of these experiences have worked in concert to provide Robin with the perfect combination of knowledge, experience, care and desire in dealing with his clients and their issues. Robin has an understanding of what it’s like to have to work long and hard hours to make ends meet. He also understands the ins and outs of a criminal investigation and what the police should or shouldn’t be doing. And lastly, Robin McCarty understands the prosecutions stance on a case and how they will prosecute the case.
If you find yourself in need of help, let attorney Robin McCarty put all of his knowledge and experience together to help guide you through the sometimes complicated process to help obtain the result you desire.
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