Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association
Paul Gregory Stuckle
About Paul Gregory Stuckle
Paul Stuckle, owner and partner at Stuckle & Associates, PLLC, has been licensed to practice law for nearly 30 years. He opened his own practice in 1991 to help protect the rights of men and women falsely accused of crimes such as family violence, sexual abuse and child sexual abuse. Today, Paul Stuckle continues to fight for clients who may be accused of a sex crime in Texas. Paul Stuckle h... read more »
Paul Stuckle, owner and partner at Stuckle & Associates, PLLC, has been licensed to practice law for nearly 30 years. He opened his own practice in 1991 to help protect the rights of men and women falsely accused of crimes such as family violence, sexual abuse and child sexual abuse. Today, Paul Stuckle continues to fight for clients who may be accused of a sex crime in Texas.
Paul Stuckle has been an active member in the Texas criminal defense community since receiving his law degree in 1983. He is dedicated to progressing the advancement of criminal defense and as former President of Collin County Criminal Defense Lawyers Association and continuing legal education professor Paul Stuckle has used his vast knowledge and experience in Texas criminal justice to progress the future of criminal defense in Texas.
Paul Stuckle stands as a fierce advocate for his clients as he prepares cases that are formed to combat even the toughest opponent, such as police, personal investigators, Child Protective Services (CPS) and civilians from different backgrounds. His experience and training as a former Dallas police officer have given Paul Stuckle an insider’s perspective when creating defenses for his clients.
If you have been accused of a sex crime anywhere in Texas and would like a free detailed consultation with Paul Stuckle, call (972) 423-4405. He will discuss you case with you, help you figure out your options and he can begin preparing your case. Often times, these cases can have time restrains such as court date deadlines when creating a defense, so call today.
Map & Directions
|Area of Practice||% Focus|
|Texas||Member in Good Standing||1983|
|Partner at Stuckle & Associates, PLLC||2006 – present|
|Chief Municipal Judge at City of The Colony||1993 – 1996|
|False Allegations Attorney at Paul Stuckle||1991 – 2005|
|Adjunct Legal Professor - UT Arlington||1989 – 1991|
|Police Legal Advisor at Fort Worth Police Dept.||1988 – 1991|
|Prosecutor at Collin County Criminal District Atty||1984 – 1986|
|Dallas Police Officer at Dallas Police Department||1983 – 1984|
|Mercer Law School - National Criminal Defense College||Trial Practice Institute||1998|
|University of New Mexico School of Law||NA||1997|
|Dallas Police Academy||Law Enforcement||1983|
|Texas Tech University School of Law||Law||Juris Doctor||1983|
|St. Edwards University||Criminal Justice||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1980|
|Member||Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association||1991 – present|
|Former President - Current Member||Collin County Criminal Defense Lawyers Association||1983 – present|
|Current Member||National Association of CPS Defense Lawyers||1983 – present|
|Current Member||State Bar of Texas||1983 – present|
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Publications and Articles
Published March 2012
Discussing sexual abuse crimes in Texas with a particular focus on sex crimes involving minors.
Examining the defense of a false child sexual abuse case.
A Criminal Defense Attorneys View Of False Child Sexual Assault Allegations by Paul G. Stuckle, Esq.
Learn about your rights, the laws and what do do after being falsely accused of child sexual assault.
A closer look at the mandatory reporting laws when dealing with CPS.