Troy is an aggressive, hard-working criminal defense attorney. Troy has a passion for defending people accused of crimes. He believes that everyone deserves a zealous advocate in the courtroom fighting for their constitutional rights.
Troy completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Colorado at Boulder, graduating with degrees in political science and economics. Troy graduated with honors from South Texas College of Law (STCL) in Houston, where he found a passion for legal writing and criminal law, becoming a former president of the Criminal Law Society and a former Note & Comment Editor of the STCL Law Review.
Troy sharpened his skills with real-world experience by interning with the U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals and the Fourteenth Court of Appeals. Drawing from these internships, Troy continued pursuing his passion for criminal law in the Criminal Appeals Division of the Office of the Attorney General of Texas and the Violent Crimes Division at the United States Attorney’s Office where he assisted prosecutors in preparing for trial. Before graduating law school, Troy was in the courtroom on behalf of the Harris County District Attorney’s Office.