Trey Porter has been practicing criminal defense law since 2011.
Mr. Porter, an East Tennessee native, received his Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from Middle Tennessee State University in 2006. Shortly after graduating, he moved to the Czech Republic to teach English. Like many Tennessean’s before him, however, he eventually found his way to Texas.
Mr. Porter received his Juris Doctorate in 2011 from St. Mary’s University school of Law and immediately began the practice of law with, first, his student Bar card, and subsequently, as a licensed attorney. Having worked in courthouses throughout all of Texas, Mr. Porter also has extensive experience in Oil & Gas and Property Law.
While attending law school, Mr. Porter worked as an intern at the Bexar County District Attorney’s Office. During his third year of law school he won multiple advocacy competitions, and was hired as a law clerk by the criminal defense firm of LaHood & del Cueto where he was trained by experienced trial attorneys Nico LaHood and Andrew del Cueto. After earning his law degree, Mr. Porter was hired by LaHood & del Cueto as an associate attorney where he began defending Texans against all types of criminal charges.