McClung & Franklin was formed and designed to take on the most difficult, challenging, and sometimes hopeless cases. The practice is concentrated on the offenses of capital murder, murder, and other aggravated crimes of violence. Regardless of whether the person charged with killing a grandmother or a grandmother charged with hiring a hitman to kill her husband, every client is given a zealous defense. Supported by a team of forensic experts, investigators and appellate lawyer John Tatum, the firm never refuses a case because of its horrendous nature.
Robbie McClung is a highly respected former Dallas County assistant district attorney who tried the first internet sex crime in Dallas County. She brings to the firm a passion for science and technology in helping her clients. Richard Franklin brings years of trial experience beginning with his service under Dallas County District Attorney, Henry Wade.
McClung & Franklin in the News
- Lawyer says mother who strangled two kids was insane.
- Prosecution rests in trial over killing of SMU student in '84.
- Brother of man convicted in 1984 rape, murder urges jury to spare his life.
- Trial begins in case of SMU student's 1984 off-campus slaying.
- Trial in SMU student's off-campus slaying opens with DNA debate.
- Suspect's heart attack delays trial in '84 killing of SMU student.
- The Witches of Garland: Mother & Daughter hire hitman to kill husband.
- Trial begins for woman accused of shooting, burying Garland man.
- Woman pleads guilty in middle of murder trial, gets 50 years.
- Meth addict testifies in Dallas County trial.
- 2004 quadruple murder case reaches trial in McKinney.
- Prosecutors rest in woman's murder trial.
- Dallas County DA wants to re-examine all of pending death row cases.
- Man won't face death in Plano slaying of ex-wife.