Mark Griffith

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Mark Griffith graduated from Baylor Law School in 1992. He’s never been a prosecutor, setting up his shingle as a defense attorney as soon as he was licensed. Mark has tried cases from Capital Murder to DWI and won not-guilty verdicts. Over the past 25 years, he has seen more than 300 jury trials conducted to verdict. Mark has spoken previously on such subjects as cross-examining the State’s pediatric expert and the application of Psychodrama for trial and trial attorneys. A passionate advocate for the accused, he says he prefers the lion approach in the courtroom against the Government than the lamb. Mark is president of a firm of four trial warriors. He can be reached at

Stories from Mark Griffith

Why You Must Find Something to Love About Your Client
Tuesday, November 6th, 2018

A jury of 6 or 12 will decide the fate of this human life you have in your hands. “Yeah, but the charge is Continuous Sexual Abuse of a Child, and I have children. I can’t get past the charges.” If that is the inner voice you hear, get to know your client—not just a little bit, but a lot.

Psychodrama: Preparing Yourself, Your Client, Your Case
Tuesday, November 20th, 2012

Preparing Yourself