Montgomery County District Attorney's Office

Montgomery County District Attorney's Office

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Does Montgomery Police have a plan in place to deal with the now not entirely unlikely scenario of an uptick in hate crimes or an increase in harrassment against minority groups in our community? I worry that this election cycle will embolden fringe organizations, such as the "Proud Boys", to threaten the safety and security of our citizens. Members of my own family are minority groups and Im beginning to fear for their comfort in our wonderful rural Texas town. Montgomery Police Department - Montgomery, TX Re-Elect Sara Countryman for Mayor of Montgomery Montgomery County Sheriff's Office Rep. Kevin Brady Cecil Bell Jr. Will Metcalf Montgomery County District Attorney's Office
The Facebook post regarding a failing bridge on SH 249 is causing undue public panic and concern. The bridge is not part of SH 249 roadway network. https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=3288639824583640&id=100003129640409

Just like people can't yell fire in a theater, they shouldn't be allowed to yell the bridge is falling.
This security guard was knocked to the ground and repeatedly struck by a criminal. Then when he used armed force to stop the assailant, you arrested him for murder. This is what happens when elected officials are afraid of rioting BLM mobs coming to their town.

PUBLIC-INTERNATIONAL-CLAIM-NOTICE: FICTITIOUS WARRANT CREATED AND IGNORED FOR 6 MONTHS
OUR ACCUSATION(CRIMINALLY CREATED TO ATTACK MY AND MURDER, MY SON)
TINA LONG CONFESSES
https://tinyurl.com/ya2pj38t
What r you doing to shut down the pet grooming salons?
We need to hear from you Mr. Ligon!!! Just like from Houston's DA and Law enforcement brass
Charging a 12 yr. old with murder? Who's the gun owner and how are you holding them accountable?
The would-be victim of "porch piracy" has no obligation to the thief's well-being.
I would like to know why you have a war on smoke shops yet child ra**st and Dope dealer run the streets? You are the worst DA in the history of this county. You attack famous black men just to make a name for yourself. Who cares the money it cost us tax Payers. Shame on you sir, your racist actions have desgraced the office you hold!!!

District Attorney Brett Ligon is committed to responsible ethical and aggressive criminal prosecution Feel free to contact our office if we can assist you.

Brett Ligon was sworn in as the Montgomery County District Attorney on January 1, 2009. He is committed to responsible, ethical and aggressive prosecution coupled with education, training and 24 hour a day support for local law enforcement. As your District Attorney, Brett is responsible for the effective and efficient prosecution of felony and misdemeanor offenses committed in Montgomery County.

12/25/2022

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!

12/24/2022

'Twas the night before Christmas in Montgomery County,
With wind chills and flurries too cold for a townie!
While many sing songs and tuck kids in bed,
First responders begin their night shifts instead.
All wait for ol’ Santa while cozy at home,
As unsung heroes keep us safe while alone,
From nurses to police, EMTs to fire,
And others work late despite their desire.
So no drinking and driving, it’s never been right
You could hurt yourself or give others a fright!

But if you decide to do it, you’ll end up in jail
And who wants their present to be a post-Christmas bail?
So celebrate at home with family, or friends at a bar…
Just don’t end your night behind the wheel of your car!
There’s options like cabs, Uber, and Lyft
Any of which can get you home in a jif!

We all want our loved ones to return home okay
And making a plan is the only way
Some know the pain all too well
Yet nobody deserves to make that farewell
Let’s all do our part, let’s do the right thing!
Then we can ALL hear those sleigh bells ring
Here at our office, we see that justice is done
And victims are heard, each and every one
Through a dark tunnel, we are the light
Merry Christmas to all, and to all a good night!!!

12/23/2022

Don’t forget the Lyft code for a $20 credit! TXDOTS20. Be safe out there!

12/22/2022

We hope everyone has a wonderful holiday. Our office will be open again on Tuesday, December 27th.

12/22/2022

Last week was the annual Tree of Angels Ceremony. This event is held to remember victims of violent crime. Our very own Investigator Suzanne Hollifield spoke at the event and delivered a powerful message. We are honored to join together with the community in remembering their loved ones and continue to pursue justice for the voiceless.

Photos from Montgomery County District Attorney's Office's post 12/20/2022

Lyft Code for a Safe Ride!

Photos from Montgomery County District Attorney's Office's post 12/19/2022

Unlicensed 18-Wheeler Driver Sentenced to Prison after Fatal Hit and Run

Photos from Montgomery County District Attorney's Office's post 12/19/2022

Fifty year sentence for continuous sexual abuse of a child

12/13/2022

Trial to watch this week!

Photos from Montgomery County Sheriff's Office's post 12/10/2022

Congratulations to Lt. Spencer!

12/09/2022

State of Texas v. Andon Meuchel. The jury convicted him of Theft and the jury sentenced him to 5 years in prison.

State of Texas v. Matthew Davis. He pled guilty to Failure to Stop and Render Aid and the jury sentenced him to 13 years in prison.

12/05/2022

Trials to watch this week!

12/05/2022

If you want to eat yummy food, raise money for a great cause, and hear from some heroes that protect our children, please join us tomorrow from 7:30AM-9:30AM at Truluck's in Hughes Landing. To purchase your ticket ($30), please visit this website: https://childrenssafeharbor-bloom.kindful.com/e/trulucks-breakfast-fundraiser

This Tuesday join us for breakfast at Truluck's The Woodlands anytime from 7:30am to 9:30am! 100% of proceeds come directly to Children's Safe Harbor! BUY TICKETS NOW: https://childrenssafeharbor-bloom.kindful.com/e/trulucks-breakfast-fundraiser

11/28/2022

Trial to watch this week!

11/24/2022

Happy Thanksgiving! Our office is closed today and tomorrow. We are thankful for this time to spend with friends and family.

What are you thankful for?

11/23/2022

No Refusal starts tonight and continues through Sunday morning. Please be safe and plan a sober ride.

11/23/2022

Our Special Victims Unit team and law enforcement partners wore green on November 18th to spread awareness for National Child Injury Prevention Day.

Here are some reminders:
Lock away fi****ms
Keep medication, alcohol, cleaners, and hot/flammable items out of reach
Never leave a child unattended near water
Make sure your child’s crib is lowered to an appropriate height to avoid falls
Never leave a child unattended in a car

What are some other tips to help prevent child injuries?

Photos from Montgomery County District Attorney's Office's post 11/18/2022

Seventy-Five Year Sentence for Continuous S*xual Abuse of Two Children

11/18/2022

State of Texas v. Kenneth Chatman. He pled guilty to the jury for Manufacture/Delivery of a Controlled Substance and the jury sentenced him to 40 years in prison.

State of Texas v. Erik Rod. The jury convicted him of Arson and the jury sentenced him to 14 years in prison.

State of Texas v. Jose Aparicio. The jury convicted him of Continuous S*xual Abuse of a Child and Aggravated S*xual Abuse of a Child. The judge sentenced him to 75 years in prison and 50 years in prison respectively.

11/14/2022

Join our team! For more information, visit the link below:

https://www.tdcaa.com/job-bank/assistant-district-attorney-23/

11/14/2022

Trials to watch this week!

UPDATE: State v. Antiwan Lane was reset.

Photos from Montgomery County District Attorney's Office's post 11/11/2022

A sincere thank you to all of the Veterans out there. We are so grateful for your sacrifice and service for our country. Our office is closed today in observance of our heroes.

We wanted to take this opportunity to introduce you to our Veterans!

11/10/2022

After a case goes to trial, the defendant has the right to appeal their conviction, sentence, or both. Our appellate prosecutors answer all of those appeals. Recently, the 9th Court of Appeals upheld the conviction and sentence of State of Texas v. Jorge Mar.

11/07/2022

State of Texas v. James Earl. The jury convicted him of Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon on Friday. The defendant agreed to 8 years in prison.

Photos from Montgomery County District Attorney's Office's post 11/04/2022

Former High School Baseball Coach goes to Prison for Online Solicitation of a Minor

11/03/2022

After a case goes to trial, the defendant has the right to appeal their conviction, sentence, or both. Our appellate prosecutors answer all of those appeals. Recently, the 9th Court of Appeals upheld the conviction and sentence of State of Texas v. Anthony Jackson.

10/31/2022

Happy Halloween! Have a safe and spooky night! 🎃👻

10/31/2022

UPDATE: State of Texas v. James Earl is now being heard.

UPDATE: Both trials have been reset.

Trials to watch this week!

10/30/2022

Have a fun and safe Halloween weekend! We have additional No Refusal operations this weekend through Monday. With our children out trick or treating, there is absolutely no excuse for impaired driving. We stand ready to assist officers with a search warrant for anyone who refuses to give a specimen after a DWI arrest.

Photos from Montgomery County District Attorney's Office's post 10/28/2022

With Domestic Violence Awareness Month coming to an end, we want to remind you of the resources available to you. If you need help getting out of an abusive situation, please call. If you are experiencing an emergency and need immediate help such as active physical or sexual abuse, dial 911. Despite what your abuser may say, you are deserving of real love and respect. We are here to help.

Photos from Montgomery County District Attorney's Office's post 10/28/2022

Where will you be celebrating Halloween this year?

Photos from Montgomery County District Attorney's Office's post 10/27/2022

S*x Offender Sentenced to 45 Years in Prison

Photos from Montgomery County District Attorney's Office's post 10/27/2022

Man Pleads to 45 years for Murdering his Roommate

10/27/2022

After a case goes to trial, the defendant has the right to appeal their conviction, sentence, or both. Our appellate prosecutors answer all of those appeals. Recently, the 9th Court of Appeals upheld the convictions and sentences of State of Texas v. Manuel Corona.

10/26/2022

State of Texas v. James Demps. The jury convicted him of Aggravated S*xual Assault of a Child and the jury sentenced him to 45 years in prison.

10/26/2022

What a tasty way to support a great cause!

**REMINDER TODAY IS THE DAY!!**

The Stand in The Woodlands TX is participating in a fundraiser where 20% of your purchase will support Children's Safe Harbor! So head to The Stand for all your hunger needs Today, October 26th from 11am-10pm! Bon Appetite!

10/26/2022

We wear purple in support of victims and survivors. 💜💜💜

Photos from Montgomery County District Attorney's Office's post 10/25/2022

Former Owner of 59 Marine Convicted of Murder and Sentenced to Life in Prison

Photos from Flowers On The Lake's post 10/25/2022

Thank you to everyone that attended. We hope to see you next year!

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207 W Phillips Street
Conroe, TX
77301

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Monday 8am - 5pm
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Wednesday 8am - 5pm
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Friday 8am - 5pm

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