Nicolas C. Wohr
Nicolas Wohr graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Texas at Dallas with a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science with a focus in Political Philosophy and Criminal Statistics. While at UTD Nicolas was a member of the Innocence Project of Texas through the UTD Honor’s Program where he worked with Jeff Blackburn and Doctor Anthony Champagne to review cases for the potential exoneration of innocent men and women. He later went on to Oklahoma City University School of Law where he was offered a scholarship and earned multiple CALI awards as the highest ranked student in each course. He was a Staff Member of the Oklahoma City Law Review and later he became a Board Member and Resource Editor helping to produce and publish OCU Law Review Journals. While at OCU Nicolas focused on Criminal Law and wrote a Law Review Note on Consent Searches after the controversial Supreme Court decision in Schneckloth v. Bustamonte, 412 U.S. 218.
While Serving as Resource Editor, Nicolas was also published for his contributions to a Journal Tribute to Daniel J. Morgan. During his time at OCU he also served as Vice President for the Agricultural and Environmental Law Group for two years. He went on to Graduate Magna Cum Laude and interned for the Bankruptcy Firm Mee, Mee, Hoge & Epperson before taking the Texas State Bar in 2016.
Nicolas has had an interest in Criminal Law throughout his life. He interned for Katy Klinke, Greg Boling, and his father Stephen Wohr while attending high school and undergraduate at UTD. Since he began to practice law for Stephen Wohr & Associates, Nicolas has practiced in Tarrant, Cooke, Dallas, Denton, Grayson, Wise, Parker, Kaufman, Montague, and Potter County. He has earned a reputation of zealous and dedicated defense of his clients. As of the writing of this biography, Nicolas has received an Acquittal in every jury trial where he was lead counsel for the defense. He continues to receive high praise from his clients, community members, and colleagues for his thorough review of discovery, knowledge of the law, and high dismissal rates. Nicolas was recently elected as the youngest serving member of the Denton County Bail Bond Board as the Attorney Representative.