Sharita Blacknall is an attorney with over a decade of legal experience under her belt. Based in Dallas, Texas, Sharita brings a unique perspective to the areas of Criminal Defense and Family Law. Sharita prides herself on constant communication, as well as integrity, honesty and passionately working to serve her clients in all areas.
Sharita is an experienced criminal defense and family law attorney who will protect your rights and preserve your future. Clients describe her as “cool, calm and in control,” adding: “There was no knee-jerk emotional reaction, just very sensible and effective negotiation.”
Sharita is skilled in many aspects of criminal defense including murder, assault, theft, DWI, domestic violence and drug offenses.
Sharita is also skilled in many areas of family law including divorce, child custody, and child support.
Sharita will provide you with a professional approach and helpful communication each step of the way.
If you are in the Dallas, Metroplex Area and you have been charged with a criminal offense or have a family law matter, we know that it is an emotionally difficult time and making decisions is challenging. Sharita and her team understand what you are going through and can help you.
The Blacknall Firm brings a unique perspective to the practice of law.
Let us help you protect the things that are most important to you and create the future you want.
We look forward to being your family's firm.
Send an email to email@example.com or visit www.blacknallfirm.com to learn more.
- Criminal Law
- Family Law
- Juvenile Law
- DUI & DWI
- Domestic Violence
- Free Consultation
- Credit Cards Accepted
- State Bar of Texas
- English: Spoken, Written
- English: Spoken, Written
- Texas Wesleyan University School of Law - Texas Wesleyan University
- (2002) Law
- University of Texas - Arlington
- B.A. (1997) | Literature
- Dallas Bar Association
- Dallas Trial Lawyers Association
- Dallas County Black Criminal Defense Lawyers Association
- Q. I was arrested on bogus stalking charges 145 days ago, I have not heard anything from the courts what do I do?
- A: If you bonded out of jail your bondsman should be in contact with you when the court starts to schedule you court dates. You can also check in with the court every so often to check for yourself whether you have a court date set. You may also want to make sure that the clerks have your correct mailing address just in case they mail you something.
- Q. My husband been in tdc for a year now and detective came and questioned him about a murder then a week later he was
- A: Your question does not have enough of the specific information needed for an attorney to give a specific response. It is probably best for your husband to hire an attorney who can advise him regarding his rights in this situation and guide him on the best course of action.