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John F. Healey, Jr. 

John F. HealeyMy staff and I are honored to represent the people of Fort Bend County in all of our duties and responsibilities. In my thirty-one years as a prosecutor, I have been a part of many positive changes in the law enforcement community as we work to meet the needs of our growing county. Within my office, specialized divisions have been developed which allow prosecutors proficiency to address crimes which threaten the peacefulness of our community. They include child abuse, economic crimes, narcotics, domestic violence, and juvenile crime units. Fort Bend County crime victims are supported by a compassionate District Attorney's Office crime victims assistance division.

This website will continue to develop to showcase our work and the services provided by my office. Rest assured that we will strive to live up to our responsibility to see that justice is done. Simply put, we will always try and identify, and to do, the right thing.

If you would like to speak with me or visit the District Attorney's Office, know that I have always had an open door policy. Everyone is welcome to call or stop by.

 

Mission Statement

The Fort Bend County District Attorney's Office represents the people of the State of Texas in all felony and misdemeanor criminal cases in the district courts, county courts at law, and justice courts. It is the primary duty of the District Attorney and his assistants, not to convict, but to see that justice is done. Additionally, the District Attorney represents the State in asset forfeiture cases, bond forfeitures cases, juvenile matters, protective orders, as well as aiding crime victims through its victim assistance coordinator.

If you have any questions, please contact us.

 

 

 

News
  • Judge Chad Bridges sentenced Sierra Renee Davis to 6 years in prison on January 4, 2018 for Arson. The 23-year-old Richmond woman pled guilty to setting fire to an apartment complex last November and asked the Court to determine her punishment.... READ MORE
  • A jury convicted Jorge Alberto Perez of felony Misapplication of Fiduciary Property on January 12, 2018, after which Judge Kenneth S. Cannata sentenced him to a probation Perez agreed to with prosecutors. The 36-year-old Houston man was caught after his employer’s internal audit discovered a shortage of prescription drugs in 2009-2010. ... READ MORE
  • Osa Alohaneke was sentenced to 40 years in prison on January 22, 2018 after a jury convicted him of Murder just days earlier. The 59-year-old Nigerian man was charged with stabbing and killing Evelyne Epiepang in her Southwest Houston home in 2015.... READ MORE
  • On December 8, 2017, 46-year-old Christopher Shane Artz of College Station was sentenced to life in prison for the offense of Continuous Sexual Assault of a Young Child. Due to the nature of the offense, he is not eligible for parole. ... READ MORE
  • A Fort Bend County jury convicted Pamela Sue Kahlden of Harassment on November 29, 2017. Judge Ronald Cohen then sentenced to her to serve 30 days in jail as a condition of her probation. The 50-year-old Sugar Land resident was charged with the crime after making repeated phone calls to her ex-husband’s girlfriend in 2015. ... READ MORE
Last updated: 7/23/2013 1:32:03 PM