HOUSTON (FOX 26) - The following questions, submitted to FOX 26 senior legal analyst Chris Tritico, were answered during a FOX 26 Morning News segment on Aug. 30, 2018.
Company partnership & old will
The following three questions, submitted to FOX 26 senior legal analyst Chris Tritico, were answered during a FOX 26 Morning News segment on May 1, 2018:Read the full article
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Meet FOX 26 News senior legal analyst Chris Tritico
Christopher L. Tritico, a native of Houston, Texas, received his Bachelors Degree at Sam Houston State University and his Doctor of Jurisprudence at South Texas College of Law.
Mr. Tritico is licensed to practice law in the State of Texas and before the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth and the Tenth Circuits, and the United States District Court for the Southern and Eastern Districts of Texas. He is a member of the State Bar of Texas, The National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, The Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, The Harris County Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, and The Houston Bar Association. Mr. Tritico was named one of Texas Super Lawyers 2003-2008 by Texas Monthly Magazine. Mr. Tritico was named one of the Top Lawyers for the People by H Texas Magazine in 2005-2010.
Mr. Tritico has practiced criminal defense his entire career. He has handled cases in both state and federal courts; cases ranging from environmental law to capital murder. Mr. Tritico has represented notable athletes such as Moses Malone, former Houston Rocket, Gary Sheffield, All-Star third baseman for the Florida Marlins and Julio Lugo, former Houston Astro. In 1997 Mr. Tritico was one of the trial lawyers who represented Timothy McVeigh in the Oklahoma City Bombing Case. Since 1988, Mr. Tritico has represented the Houston Federation of Teachers; with more than 5,000 members it is the largest teachers' union in the State of Texas. Mr. Tritico has represented the rights of union members at administrative trials before a Certified Hearing Examiner, the Board of Education for the Houston Independent School District, and the Texas Education Agency. In addition to the Houston Federation of Teachers Mr. Tritico represents the Employee Federation of North Harris Montgomery Community College District. Further, he has represented teachers' interest in both criminal district court and civil district court in Harris County, Texas.Read the full article
Probate dispute, child custody arrangement
The following questions, submitted to FOX 26 senior legal analyst Chris Tritico, were answered during a FOX 26 Morning News segment on Aug. 30, 2018.Read the full article
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