• State, Federal & International Criminal Defense
  • State, Federal & International Criminal Appeals
  • Traffic Tickets
  • White Collar Crime
  • Complex Financial Crimes
  • Business Advising and Litigation
  • Drug Crimes
  • Sex Crimes
  • Domestic Violence
  • Theft Crimes
  • Juvenile Crimes
  • Assault and Battery
  • Federal Secret Evidence and Terrorism Cases
  • Felonies
  • Misdemeanors
  • Forfeitures
  • Expungements
  • Native American Law
  • International Indigenous Rights
  • Tribal Economic Development
  • Military Courts Martial


In North Texas: Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex including Addison, Allen, Arlington, Bedford, Carrolton, Cedar Hill, Denton, Duncan-ville, Euless, Farmers Branch, Fort Worth, Frisco, Garland, Grand Prairie, Hurst, Irving, Lewisville, Mesquite, McKinney, Plano, Richardson, Rowlett.

Counties: Dallas County, Collin County, Denton County, Rockwall County, Tarrant County.


J. Eric Reed Criminal Defense Attorney

Specializing in Criminal Defense (Trial and Appellate) for 20 years. In Private Practice since 1996, White Collar Crime, Organized Crime, DWI, General Criminal Defense and Constitutional Rights Law. Also Practicing International Human Rights Law, International Criminal Law, Military Court Martials (USMC) and Native American Law & Economic Development. Former Assistant District Attorney.

Part-time Lecturer on courses of Terrorism & American Foreign Policy, Organized Crime, Negotiations & Law, Business Intelligence, War, and Law & Psychiatry.


• 1994 Graduate of University of Iowa College of Law
Juris Doctorate Law

• 1988 Graduate of Southern Methodist University
BS in Economics-Finance d
BA in Anthropology with specilization in Archeology
Minor in Business Administration
Academic Scholarship Recipient

• 1984 Graduate of Richardson High School.


• Criminal Defense Law
• Native American Law
• International Indigenous & Human RIghts Law
• Military Court Martials (USMC)


• Criminal Defense Attorney, October 1997 – Present

• Trial Prosecutor, July 1993 – October 1997

• Fellow to Professor Robert N. Clinton and S. James Anaya
Clinical Trial Prosecutor Bernalillo County District Attorney’s Office, Albuquerque, New Mexico

• United Nations Student ECOSOC Delegate to 1993 Working Group on Indigenous Peoples
Mdme Irene DIa, Indian Law Resource Center

• Note Editor, Journal of Transnational Law & Contemporary Problems

• Student Clinical Prosecutor Laguna Pueblo 1992

• Student Clinical Prosecutor Isleta Pueblo 1992

• Tutor American Indian Law Center, University of New Mexico

• Charter member of the Native American Law Enforcement Association.

Enrolled member of the Choctaw Nation.

Activities and Societies

• Native American Law Students Association
• Law Fraternity Appellate Argument Team
• Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity, Texas Delta Epsilon Chapter
• Economics Club
• Archeology Club