Zachary Ferguson (TX)
Zachary Ferguson (Zach), who serves as “Of Counsel” to the Law Offices of Roderick C. White for Texas criminal defense matters, is a native of Fort Worth, Texas where he graduated from Everman High School. Zach then earned his Bachelor’s Degree in finance from Dallas Baptist University. Zach received his Juris Doctorate (law degree) from the Louisiana State University (LSU) Paul M. Hebert Law Center. While in law school, Zach competed as a member of the National Black Law Student’s Association Trial Advocacy Team, worked as an extern with the East Baton Rouge District Attorney’s Office, and through the LSU Law Center’s Juvenile Defense Clinic, he successfully represented juvenile clients who had been accused of crimes.
After graduating from law school, Zach passed the Texas Bar Exam, and eventually served as an Assistant Criminal District Attorney (ADA) for Tarrant County. While with Tarrant County District Attorney’s Office, Zach served the citizens of Tarrant County, Texas by successfully prosecuting hundreds of misdemeanor and serious felony cases. After obtaining extensive training and experience in various aspects of criminal law while serving as an ADA, Zach made a decision to follow his true calling, which is aggressively defending the rights of citizens who have become targets of an often over-zealous criminal justice system.
Zachary is licensed to practice law by the Supreme Court of Texas and is therefore eligible to practice in all Texas state courts. Additionally, Zachary is a member of the American Bar Association (ABA), the Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association (TCDLA), Tarrant County Criminal Defense Lawyers Association (TCCDLA), the Tarrant County Bar Association (TCBA), and the L. Clifford Davis Legal Association (formerly the Tarrant County Black Bar Association).
Email Zach at Zach@iGotYou.net.