Michael P. Heiskell
Johnson Vaughn Heiskell
Michael P. Heiskell is a former Galveston County Assistant District Attorney, Former Assistant U.S. Attorney, Northern District of Texas, and Recipient of the "Lawyer of the Year Award," Tarrant County Black Bar Association, 1995 and 2000. Frequent author and lecturer on all aspects of State and Federal Court practice, e.g., Grand Jury Litigation, Pre-Trial Motions, Plea Negotiations, Opening Statements, Confessions, Jury Selection, Handling High Profile Cases, Direct Examination, Cross-Examination of Government Informants and Attorney-Client privilege issues. 2015 Inductee into Texas Criminal Defense Lawyer's Association Hall of Fame. Senior attorney Michael P. Heiskell is an aggressive trial attorney named a "Super Lawyer" by his peers in White Collar Criminal Defense in Texas Monthly Magazine for each year since 2003. He is unwavering in his dedication to each client and their case and is fearless in the courtroom. He was recently honored as a recipient of the Blackstone Award, the highest honor extended by the Tarrant County Bar Association. Baylor University School of Law also selected Heiskell as its 2022 Baylor Lawyer of the Year!
Academy of the Advocate at St. Andrews, The School of the Trial