Michael T. GriffinManaging Partner
Michael Griffin graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in History from Wagner College in New York City in 1978. Immediately upon graduation, Mr. Griffin was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the United States Army and assigned to the Third Armored Cavalry Regiment at Ft. Bliss, Texas.
In 1982, Captain Griffin left the active duty component of the United States Army and attended California Western School of Law in San Diego, California, graduating in 1985.
Upon graduation and successful bar examination results, Mr. Griffin was selected to be Briefing Attorney to Chief Justice Max N. Osborn of the El Paso Court of Appeals.
In 1986 Mr. Griffin continued his career in public service serving as an Assistant County Attorney for Ector County, Texas, First Assistant County Attorney for Ector County, Texas, Assistant City Attorney for the City of Lubbock, Texas, and Chief Deputy District Attorney and Chief Prosecutor in the 161st District Court for the Ector County District Attorney's Office, Ector County, Texas.
In 1994, Mr. Griffin and his family moved to Conroe to join the District Attorney's Office of Montgomery County, Texas. During this time at the office, Mr. Griffin served as Chief Prosecutor in the 221st, 284th, 359th, and 410th District Courts, Misdemeanor and Intake Divisions.
Mike Griffin has tried over two hundred and fifty jury trials during his career as an advocate for the State of Texas. These trials ranged from capital murder to criminal trespass. Since leaving the Montgomery County District Attorney's office in 2008, he has continued his tireless efforts on behalf of his clients.
J.D., California Western School of Law, 1985
B.A., Wagner College, 1978
Texas Bar Association
Member Since: 1985
Montgomery County Criminal Defense Association
Member Since: 2014
District and County Attorneys
Member Since: 1985-2008