[Fort Worth, TX]: In 2021, the Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Rating gave Dean Miyazono, trial attorney at the Medlin Law Firm, the AV Preeminent rating. This is the highest rating given by his peers based on the following standards:
The AV Preeminent rating signifies that Mr. Miyazono’s peers rank him “at the highest level of professional excellence” for the standards mentioned. Martindale-Hubbell also considers client reviews when rating attorneys.
Dean’s exceptional professional record is proof that he deserves the award. At the age of 17, he convinced his parents to sign an age waiver and joined the Marine Corps. He served for four years in the infantry and afterward finished college and graduated from law school in six years. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Economics from the University of North Texas in 2002. He obtained a Juris Doctorate from the Texas Wesleyan University in 2005 and was admitted to the Texas state bar in the same year.
The Medlin Law Firm invited Dean to join their team because of his impressive abilities in the courtroom and his acquittal rate. Dean has worked on hundreds of criminal cases. He is licensed to appear in both federal and state court. The firm is dedicated to its goal of defending those accused of criminal offenses to the best of its abilities, in the city of Fort Worth and neighboring areas.
With Mr. Miyazono’s AV Preeminent rating, clients can rest assured that their cases are in good hands. The main goal of the rating is to provide clients with the best information to make an informed decision on whether or not to engage a lawyer’s services. The Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Ratings has been around for over 130 years, providing reliable feedback on lawyers’ performance. It has become the hallmark in lawyer ratings.
The Medlin Law Firm
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