When a Texas prosecutor stands up and announces “ready” for the State, the community needs to know that that prosecutor is truly prepared to see justice done. With government funding for training ever-decreasing, the Foundation can step in to support excellence in Texas prosecution. The Foundation’s leadership believes that Texans share our vision of a safer state, and having well-trained and equipped professional champions in the courtroom can make a real difference.

The Texas District & County Attorneys Foundation provides support for such endeavors.​

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Mandatory Brady training reminder


By Rob Kepple
Executive Director

Just a friendly reminder that if you are due for your refresher course for the mandatory Brady training or if you have just started in the profession and need to take the course for the first time, you can complete that requirement with TDCAA’s free online training at www.tdcaa.com/training/mandatory-brady-training-2022. If you are new, you must complete the course within the first 180 days of your employment. After that, you must complete a refresher every fourth year.

Honoring the Texas Prosecutors Society’s
Class of 2022

At the Elected Prosecutor Conference, the Foundation hosted Wednesday night’s reception in honor of the 2022 inductees into the Texas Prosecutors Society. The list below is the whole crew. Welcome to all y’all—this is a great group of folks:

Alva Alvarez
Michael Butera
Kevin Dutton
Jen Falk
Philip Mack Furlow
John Gillespie
Joe D. Gonzales
Wally Hatch
Cheryl Henry
Dee Hobbs
Jana Jones
John Kimbrough
Lance Long
Audrey Louis
Jennifer Meriwether
Ann Montgomery
Sarah Moore
Suzy Morton
Jacob Putman
Will Ramsay
Nick Socias
Gary Young
From the latest issue of TDCAA's journal, The Texas Prosecutor.

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