Parker County - TX
Hours of Operations
Monday – 9AM to 5PM
Tuesday – 9AM to 5PM
Wednesday – 9AM to 5PM
Thursday – 9AM to 5PM
Friday – 9AM to 5PM
Saturday – Closed
Sunday – Closed
For years, The Law Offices of Richard C. McConathy have helped citizens of Parker County and its surrounding areas fight their criminal charges and retain their freedom. We have a proven track record of success alongside a team of veteran legal experts. Parker County citizens living in cities such as Weatherford, Springtown, Aledo, or Willow Park can always count on Richard McConathy and his staff.
Since 2002, Richard C. McConathy has assisted citizens in all areas of Texas. From Class C misdemeanors to First-Degree felonies, Richard McConathy has seen it all, yet he remains unphased by aggressive prosecution.
Richard McConathy has taken on thousands of criminal cases. He has the licensing that is required to take on federal cases, but he fights local misdemeanor cases with the same ferocity as he would fight a felony case. Whether it’s DWI, larceny, white-collar crime, or none of the above, McConathy always knows what he’s doing.
The Law Offices of Richard C. McConathy is not a one-man-band. Led by McConathy, our law offices are fully staffed with litigation experts, billing administrators, and paralegal professionals who are always ready to help our lawyers get the job done.
For decades, Richard C. McConathy has taken the lead on Parker County criminal cases. As a member of the Irving Bar Association, the Dallas Criminal Defense Lawyers’ Association, and the Texas Criminal Lawyers’ Association, he is highly regarded as one of the elite criminal defense attorneys in the nation.
Since graduating from the Texas Wesleyan University School of Law in Fort Worth, Texas, McConathy has continued to expand his practice in hopes of helping as many Texans as possible. Defending your freedom, avoiding a criminal record, and maintaining your clean reputation are his top priorities, and he’s always ready to take on a new case, no matter the challenges that may lie ahead.
Facing criminal charges in Parker County can be extremely intimidating. Dealing with law enforcement officers and prosecutors who want to put you behind bars can take a toll on you, but waiting too long to hire a professional criminal defense lawyer can negatively affect the outcome of your criminal case.
Time is crucially important when you are facing criminal charges. You need to have a criminal defense attorney by your side as soon as you are made aware of your charges. By notifying a lawyer and building your defense quickly after your charges are filed, you will give yourself the best possible outcome at beating your case and avoiding a conviction.
The Law Offices of Richard C. McConathy attorneys are knowledgeable about both local and federal laws regarding criminal charges in Parker County, Texas. We will help you learn about your legal issues, pair you up with an attorney, and fight for you in court.
Experienced in all aspects of criminal defense, Richard C. McConathy works fervently regardless of how big or small your case may seem. Every client is important, and every outcome matters. We promise to always take your legal matters seriously and treat them with the utmost care and respect.
With over three decades of combined legal experience, our litigation staff is ready and willing to fight your criminal charges.
Richard C. McConathy has handled over 1,000 criminal cases that have resulted in Not Guilty verdicts or case dismissals.
You can expect our litigation team to be fully hands-on with you and your case. Throughout your criminal process, we will educate you on what exactly is going on, and what you can realistically expect going forward.
Yes, it is universally agreed upon that hiring a criminal defense lawyer as quickly as possible after being notified of your charges is the best course of action.
You can contact us at 817-458-3226 during our office hours of 9am-5pm, Monday-Friday. You may also contact us 24/7 by filling out our online consultation form.
Yes! Our litigation experts pride themselves on educating our clients throughout their cases and trials. While we fight for you in a court of law, we will also keep you privy on exactly what is going on and what means what.
There is an old saying that has endured for many years and says that: A person who represents himself has a fool for a lawyer.
Due to the countless statutes and complex criminal processes, self-representation is not recommended.
Every case is different, but if you are facing criminal charges, the best solution is to call The Law Offices of Richard C. McConathy as soon as possible!