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University of North Texas at Dallas College of Law
Doctor of Jurisprudence
-cum laude

McMurry University
Bachelor of Arts, Sociology/Criminology

Looking for a modern lawyer? Dax Pueschel believes that effective counsel consists not only of prudent resolution of your legal needs but personally tailored service from an attorney who advocates from your perspective.

Dax has received an AVVO Client’s Choice Award for 2021, which is an honor based on his positive reviews from his past legal clients who rated him on his legal performance.

He is committed to providing excellent service, efficiency, and value.

Mr. Pueschel knows that having an attorney who understands you and your personal circumstances—not just your legal issue—makes a significant difference in your experience with the legal system and your case resolution.

Review some of the results that Dax has attained for his clients.

Big Country Addiction Recovery

Dax has also formed an online Facebook group as a safe virtual place for information & resources related to addiction, recovery, & redemption in the Abilene, Texas & Big Country area.

The idea is for you to consume (take without giving back), not necessarily contribute.

Further, this group is available to point you to life-giving resources in the community & is NOT meant as a one-stop recovery shop, meaning you shouldn’t look to this group as a final fix, but rather an encouragement to pursue services.


Dealing with Substance Abuse Issues?

Ready for Change?

Download his free 5-Step Guide “Finding Freedom from Addiction – Roadmap for Change” with Resources & Referrals for Recovery right here in the Big Country Region.

  • ​Support & Accountability Assistance
  • Detailed Action Plan & Guidance
  • Safeguard Direction for Not Going Backward


Dax Pueschel was raised in Abilene and Haskell, Texas. He attended Jackson/Madison/Cooper in Abilene but graduated from Haskell High School.

He earned his bachelor’s degree at McMurry University, completed a police academy in Abilene, and then began working as a probation officer in Abilene starting in 2008. He was also a probation officer in Dallas County, Texas for several years before completing law school at UNT Dallas College of Law.

He currently practices law in and serves the communities of Abilene, Haskell, and the surrounding areas, but will travel for the motivated client.

Federal Courts of Admittance

  • Texas Northern District Court


I am a Christian, which shapes my perspective on everything—including my purpose as an advocate, criminal lawyer, and counselor I fall short daily but look to Jesus for new mercies every morning. I am also a proud husband, father, and friend.

Proverbs 16:9 says that “a man’s heart plans his way, but the Lord directs his steps”.

I think I am where I need to be for a purpose: to be a voice; to listen; to fight; to care; to afford my clients a new lawyer experience; to help my clients leave in a better position than they came—whether legally, personally, or both.

I believe in holistic representation, meaning that your legal issue usually is not the only stressful event or struggle in your life. Most of my clients are experiencing a landmark moment in their lives when they reach my office. Those landmark moments are important to me because I know firsthand what it is like to be broken, to need help, and to crave a plan—a way out. One quote that resonates with me is: “The only way out is through.” I do not know who said it, but I think it is true.

When you show up to my office, your concerns and burdens become my own, because you are trusting me to navigate you through a difficult time in your life.

I most enjoy engaging clients in their journey in recovery and redemption. My primary practice revolves around substance use & abuse-related cases and cognitive-behavioral issues.

I seek to afford my clients avenues for change, including but not limited to: sobriety meetings; in & outpatient services; cognitive behavioral therapy & counseling; mental health services; lifestyle choices, like eating, sleeping, & exercise habits; community resource assistance; self-help education; practical reading resources.

I love clients that are ready for a lifestyle change. Like all of us at some point, we reach a moment in our lives regarding a certain issue that we know needs change—an area we have sometimes neglected for years.

My job is to meet you where you are and point you to the pathway out.

I enjoy clients who have that inner drive to do what it takes to survive, to learn, to grow, and to persevere. I do realize that we cannot always be the hero of our own story and that is a lot of what I like about my work: the need for community; engagement; support.

Check out my post on Holystic Lawyring.

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Prior to becoming an associate criminal attorney at Blizzard & Zimmerman, P.L.L.C., Dax Pueschel was a:

  • Probation Officer – Taylor County, Texas
    • Caseloads: High Risk, Surveillance, DWI Interlock Compliance, and Pre-Sentence Investigations/Bond Unit
  • Extensive training and experience: ignition interlock & alcohol monitoring; substance abuse/cognitive-behavioral education; drug/alcohol screening & assessments; and GPS monitoring
    Dallas County
  • Pre-Sentence Investigator for all Dallas County, Texas District Courts
  • Court Officer for Criminal District Court 6 and the 194th Judicial District Court
  • Judicial Intern
    • 39th Judicial District (Haskell, Kent, Stonewall, & Throckmorton Counties, Texas)
    • Dallas County Criminal District Court 6
  • Certified Texas Peace Officer
    • West Central Texas Council of Governments Peace Officer Academy


Christian Legal Society: Fellow, Inaugural Class
Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association
Big Country Criminal Defense Lawyers Association
Texas Children’s Commission 2021 CPS Trial School Graduate
The Texas Bar College Member 2020-2021
State Bar of Texas Pro Bono College Member 2020-2021


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