Kenneth Vern Mitchell
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Kenneth Vern Mitchell

Kenneth Mitchell

KVM Law Firm, PLLC

5206 FM 1960 West
Suite #105
Houston, TX 77069

Phone: 832-797-8611

Website: www.kvmlawfirm.com

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About Kenneth Vern Mitchell

I have been practicing since May 2018. On July 13, 2019, I separated from Houston Police Department and now focus practicing DUI/DWI defense in Harris and Montgomery Counties. I wanted to focus on what I already had a foundation in, and spending 13 years as a Houston Police Officer my knowledge is in criminal law and police procedure. Also, I know from personal experience how easy it is for someone to be wrongly accused of DWI or public intoxication (police officers sometimes use public intoxication as a catch all to lock someone up for the night). .


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