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Random Profile - Everett Newton, Dallas
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Favorite saying/quote: “He who has it not in his head must have it in his feet.”
Bet you didn’t know: I have a rock band whose music is being featured in an upcoming horror film.
Talents (besides law): Talk radio. For four years, I hosted my own legal call-in talk show on a local CBS radio affiliate.
Areas of practice: Criminal defense, expungements, orders of nondisclosure.
Education: University of North Texas, B.A. University of Houston, J.D.
Is not good at: Anything (and I mean ANYTHING!) having to do with math.
Another little known fact: I once won a belly dancing contest.
Mentors/heroes: My Uncle Lon, who happens to be the smartest AND the nicest guy in the world.
Secret for staying young: Don't drink, don't smoke, work out regularly (weights and cardio)... and drink LOTS of water!
Favorite album: Little Morphine Annie (self-titled). I like it so much, in large part, because I played guitar on the album and wrote the words and music.
Everett Newton works at Berlof & Newton, P.C.
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