Willard J. Hall, Jr.

Willard J. Hall, Jr.

278 Pearl St
Beaumont, TX 77701

Phone: 409-838-0440

Website: willardhall.com

Founding Member

About Willard J. Hall, Jr.

I am very proud to be among the original 100 Founding Members of the National College for DUI/DWI Defense. Today, I handle cases throughout the State of Texas from my home-base in Beaumont where I have restored the oldest building in the historic downtown district. With over 300 jury trials under my belt, I am among the most experienced DWI and criminal defenders currently engaged in active practice anywhere in America. Founding Member, 1995 NCDD Summer Session Graduate; 1996 NCDD Summer Session Graduate; 1997 NCDD Summer Session Graduate; 1998 NCDD Summer Session Graduate; 2003 NCDD Summer Session Graduate; 2005 NCDD Summer Session Graduate; 2007 NCDD Summer Session Graduate; 2009 NCDD Summer Session Graduate; 2009 NCDD Mastering Scientific Evidence; 2011 NCDD Summer Session Graduate; 2011 NCDD Mastering Scientific Evidence; 2013 NCDD Summer Session Graduate; 2015 Summer Session Graduate; 2017 Summer Session Graduate

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