Kenneth Mitchell

Kenneth Mitchell

  • DUI & DWI, Criminal Law
  • Texas
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Summary

Kenneth Mitchell spent 14 years in law enforcement. He worked for 13 years with the Houston Police Department receiving many citations and awards. Kenneth Mitchell worked as a patrolman and as an investigator, where he solved crimes raging from a minor hit and run to cases where a citizen was killed. He received advanced accident investigator training and has great experience with vehicular crimes. He also worked in the robbery division.

As an officer he went to law school, and it opened up his eyes to many of the practices which he viewed were unjust.

Practice Areas
  • DUI & DWI
  • Criminal Law
Fees
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Contingent Fees
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Texas
Languages
  • English
Professional Experience
Police Officer
Houston Police Department
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Education
University of Houston - Main Campus
J.D. (2016)
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University of Houston - Downtown
B.S. (2012) | Criminal Justice
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Honors: Magna Cum Laude
Awards
City Proclamation
Ciudad de Ponce, Puerto Rico
The mayor of Ponce, Puerto Rico gave city proclamations to each of the few lucky Houston Police Officers that had the honor of going to help Puerto Rico in their time of need.
Army Achievement Medal
Army
Professional Associations
State Bar of Texas # 24107865
Member
Current
Speaking Engagements
How to Engage with Law Enforcement, Public Service, 5206 FM 1960 W., Suite 105 Houston, TX 77069
Public Meeting
Wanted to give advice to make law enforcement encounters safer for the citizen and officer.
Certifications
Master Peace Officer
Texas Commission on Law Enforcement
Standard Field Sobriety Test
Houston Police Department
Advanced Interview and Interrogation
John E. Reid & Associates Inc.
Investigator Basic Course
Houston Police Department
Advanced Accident Investigator
Northwestern University
Websites & Blogs
Website
KVM Law Firm, PLLC
Blog
Su Abogado Texas
Legal Answers
2 Questions Answered

Q. I filed for divorce and my wife won't leave.The house is mine, she moved in with me 3 and a half years ago.We have no ki
A: You will need to speak to your divorce attorney to come up with the best method, without making this into such a contested divorce that you will need to liquidate the house just to pay the attorney's fee. Normally a person's separate property remains their separate property and the court will not take the title away. However, you might need to reimburse her for community property invested into the house. This is when your attorney and her attorney come into play and discuss negotiate and try to come to an agreement everyone agrees on, and allow to both of you to move on.
Q. I was recently charged with family violence. The person wants to drop them.
A: The State unfortunately can pick up the charges. Even if the complainant does not testifies. It mainly depends how well recorded the complainant's statements and report are, and how well the police testify. My suggestion is to have your attorney view the facts deeper, and he will have more of an idea how the prosecutor in that county operates.
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Contact & Map
KVM Law Firm, PLLC - Main Office
5206 Cypress Creek Pkwy
Suite #105
Houston, TX 77069
USA
Telephone: (832) 286-4807
Cell: (832) 797-8611
Fax: (281) 858-2077