Joshua Abrams

Warren N. Abrams P.C.
10300 N Central Expy Ste 283
Dallas, TX 75231
(972) 960-9040
warrenabramsattorney.com/


Experience matters. As a former Assistant District Attorney and felony prosecutor for the Dallas County District Attorney’s Office, Joshua has tremendous courtroom experience fighting difficult cases. Joshua is also experienced in civil litigation, having worked complex cases in the field of insurance defense. He brings the same aggressive courtroom approach to his advocacy for clients in criminal and civil proceedings throughout state and federal courts.

Joshua has been recognized as a Top Jewish Attorney Under 40 by the Jewish Federation of Greater Dallas, and is active in the legal community. He has been appointed to the State Bar of Texas Civil Liberties & Civil Rights Section Council, and has written articles and lectured for attorneys throughout Texas on topics such as legal ethics, prosecutorial misconduct, and interpreter-based testimony. Joshua is also active in high school mock trial and mentoring programs.

Professional Experience
Former Assistant District Attorney and felony prosecutor for the Dallas County District Attorney’s Office
Experienced in complex Civil Litigation / Insurance Defense

Areas of Practice
Criminal: Driving While Intoxicated Charges (DWI 1st, DWI 2nd, DWI 3rd), Aggravated Robbery, Aggravated Sexual Assault, Assault, Burglary, Drug Offenses, Expunction / Non-Disclosure, Family and Domestic Violence, Fraud, Federal Defense, Indecent Exposure Sexual Offenses, Indecency with a Child, Intoxication Assault, License Revocations, Manslaughter, Murder, Parole Hearings, Prescription and Healthcare Fraud, Probation Violation, Prostitution, Public Lewdness, Robbery, Theft, Weapons Offenses, White Collar Crime
Civil: Personal Injury and Wrongful Death

Accolades
Recognized as a Top Jewish Attorney Under 40 by the Jewish Federation of Greater Dallas
Appointed to the State Bar of Texas Civil Liberties & Civil Rights Section Council
Recognized as a 2021 Texas Rising Star by Super Lawyers

Community Involvement
Wrote articles and lectured for attorneys throughout Texas on topics such as legal ethics, prosecutorial misconduct, and interpreter-based testimony
Active in high school mock trial and mentoring programs