After attending college at Texas Christian University, I attended South Texas College of Law in Houston, Texas (US News and World Reports frequently ranks it as a top 10 school in the specialty of teaching trial advocacy skills). While in law school, I interned at the Harris County District Attorney's Office, as well as at the First Court of Appeals in Houston, Texas. Once out of law school, I began my legal career at the District Attorney's Office in Collin County. After approximately a year and a half, I moved to the Tarrant County District Attorney's Office in Fort Worth, Texas. In Tarrant County, I was a felony prosecutor and tried over 75 cases to a jury in both County and District Courts. I have also tried numerous cases to a judge, and presented hundreds of cases to the grand jury.
As a former prosecutor with the Tarrant County District Attorney's Office and the Collin County District Attorney's Office, I have held the following positions: Felony Prosecutor (213th District Court in Tarrant County) Misdemeanor Prosecutor (CCC6, CCC1 in Tarrant County) Grand Jury Prosecutor (Tarrant County)
Misdemeanor Court Chief Prosecutor (Collin County) This is a very important decision that could alter the outcome of your case and your freedom. It is important to hire a Fort Worth criminal lawyer with substantial trial experience. Fort Worth Criminal Lawyers often build their reputation by their success as a trial attorney. During my tenure at the Tarrant County District Attorney's Office and the Collin County District Attorney's Office, I had the opportunity to litigate a number of criminal jury trials for cases ranging from driving while intoxicated to attempted capital murder. In the area of DWI litigation, I have tried over fifty jury trials ranging from breath and blood test refusal cases to test cases and drug DWI cases. As a result, it is important that I have earned the respect of Judges, prosecutors and my peers.
As a former Fort Worth Prosecutor and current Fort Worth criminal lawyer, I specialize in criminal defense trial litigation. My number one priority is to stand up for your rights. I believe that communication between the attorney and client is essential and I strive to provide you with the best lines of communication. If you have been accused, charged, or are under investigation for a criminal offense in Tarrant County, Fort Worth, Arlington, Hurst, Euless, Bedford, Mansfield or surrounding cities, call me, an experienced Fort Worth criminal lawyer. At Fulgham Law Firm P.C., I will personally handle your case and make sure I do everything I possibly can to achieve a result that will result in clearing your record.
Trial Attorney Fulgham Law Firm, P.C. (2009 - Present) Assistant District Attorney - Tarrant County District Attorney's Office (2006 - 2009) Assistant District Attorney - Collin County District Attorney's Office (2004 - 2006) Legal Intern - Harris County District Attorney's Office (2000 - 2001)
National Trial Lawyers - Top 100 Trial Lawyers (2014-2017) National Trial Lawyers - Top 40 under 40 (2017) Fort Worth Top Attorney 2013 - Fort Worth, Texas Magazine (2014-2016)
South Texas College of Law - Houston, Texas (2003) Texas Christian University (BBA) - Fort Worth, Texas (2000) Associations State Bar of Texas Tarrant County Criminal Defense Lawyers Association Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association Tarrant County Bar Association Texas Young Lawyers Association Former Member of the Texas District and County Attorney's Association (2005 - 2009)
Trial Skills Course at the National Advocacy Center in Columbia, S.C. (2005) Advanced Criminal Law Course (2005) Prosecutor Trial Skills Course (2005) Texas Homicide Symposium (2005) Advanced Trial Skills Course by the Texas District and County Attorneys Association (2007)
State v. M.E. -Dismissed-Theft case State v. D.D.- Dismissed-Drug charge State v. J.M.- Dismissed-Felony Drug Case
Peoples Law School - Criminal Law: Know Your Rights (2014) Career Day - Duties of an Assistant District Attorney/Prosecutor (2009)