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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All-star donors


By Rob Kepple
Executive Director

The Foundation leadership continues to be humbled by our supporters, people who care about our profession and want to see prosecutor training grow. We are especially awed by a few folks who prioritize prosecution and the Foundation on a regular basis. I think that before he passed, legendary retired Harris County Assistant District Attorney Lyn McClellan had donated to the Foundation “in honor of” about two-thirds of the prosecutors in the state!
        I want to add Beth Toben, Assistant County & District Attorney in Limestone County, to the all-star list! I so enjoy coming into my office and seeing a little envelope from Beth on my desk. It is gratifying to know we are supported by such great people who keep our profession high on their list of priorities.

Scholarships for the Annual Conference
Not sure if you can afford the registration for TDCAA’s Annual Criminal and Civil Law Conference? Good news! The Mike Hinton Memorial Scholarship Fund is there to help. All you have to do is download the application on our website, complete it, and email it to me at Robert.Kepple@ tdcaa.com. See you in Round Rock in September!

From the latest issue of TDCAA's journal, The Texas Prosecutor.

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