Robert Crabtree knew he wanted to be a trial attorney from the day he stepped foot on the Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law campus. Over the past five years, he has tried cases in both Denton and Dallas County as an Assistant District Attorney. Spending his first year and a half with the Denton County District Attorney’s office he quickly tried over 50 jury trials ranging from DWIs, Assault Family Violence, and any other misdemeanor offense. After gaining this experience he moved to the Dallas County District Attorney Office where he handled hundreds of felony cases covering every type of felony from Possession of Controlled Substance cases all the way up to Capital Murder over the past 3 and half years. He continued his trial advocacy on behalf of Dallas County in reaching nearly 100 jury trials over the past 5 years including felony Family Violence cases, Aggravated Assaults, Burglary of Habitation, and Aggravated Robberies. He spent the final year of his time in Dallas handling only child abuse cases. He tried cases including Injury to a Child, Indecency with Child, Sexual Assault of a Child, Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child, and Continuous Sexual Abuse of a Child during his time in child abuse.Robert is committed to ensuring the rights of every person and making sure the justice system does its job. He is a true trial attorney who uses his skill set to represent his clients and his knowledge of how the system works to get results. He has seen the system from the inside and knows how to use his experience as an asset for his clients. Robert comes to Scott H. Palmer P.C. after seeing the quality of its attorneys and the results they get for their clients. Robert was a college baseball player at Haverford College and now coaches a mock trial team at the SMU Dedman School of Law.