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Butler Kidd, Tammy

Butler Kidd, Tammy - Houston, TX

JPMorgan Chase Bank Building712 Main StreetSuite 2400Houston, TX 77002- 3215

Updated: 01/14/2019

Houston Criminal Defense in Texas State and Federal Courts Lawyer

Overview

While Tammy Kidd was in law school she worked at the Harris County District Attorney's Office in the trial bureau.  Upon graduation from South Texas College of Law in 1999 she became an Assistant District Attorney under Harris County District Attorney Johnny Holmes.  Tammy tried many cases to verdict in felony, misdemeanor, and juvenile courts.  She also handled innumerable plea negotiations, researched legal issues, and prepared motions and memorandum regarding various...

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