Mr. Paul Stuckle received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice from St. Edwards University in Austin, Texas. He later went on to receive his Doctorate of Jurisprudence from Texas Tech School of Law in Lubbock, Texas. Paul Stuckle’s dual degrees have allowed him to practice law from the unique position of having acquired a variety of firsthand perspectives in the law enforcement industry. While working as a police officer with the Patrol Division of the Dallas Police Department, Paul Stuckle witnessed the incipient stages of the legal system: the initial arrest. What stood out for Paul Stuckle during his time as an officer was the lack of well-rounded investigations surrounding domestic violence allegations. If often seemed to him that only one side of the situation was taken into account when arrests were made—even though the initial police investigation is a valuable component for the defense of a criminal case. Mr. Paul Stuckle has held positions as a police legal advisor, a trial attorney, a law professor, and a municipal court judge. The wealth of experience that Paul Stuckle has accumulated over the course of his legal career has provided him with an invaluable skill set, which he uses every day in his current position as Partner with Plano, Texas’ Stuckle and Ferguson law firm. Stuckle and Ferguson is dedicated to protecting individuals from the crippling effects of false allegations in the area of domestic violence. Stuckle and Ferguson, the False Allegation Law Firm, is committed to proving the innocence of the falsely accused, and has been successfully defending the wrongfully targeted since 1991.