Trey Branham is a trial lawyer practicing in Dallas, Texas. He is a partner at Dean Omar Branham Shirley, a Texas based law firm. He has successfully handled cases in state and federal courts throughout Texas, including the federal court in Dallas. In addition, Trey has been involved in high-profile trials and appeals in various circumstances.
He also has given numerous presentations on jury selection, criminal law, and trial tactics.
Awards and Recognitions
Trey was recently named a Texas Super Lawyer. In addition, he has been recognized by his peers as one of Texas’s best attorneys in Criminal Defense and Sex Crimes. He was also selected as a Texas Rising Star thrice. The Rising Stars list is compiled from nominations submitted by the Texas Super Lawyers directory members. To be eligible for inclusion in Rising Stars, a candidate must be 40 years old or younger or ten years or less in practice. Dean Omar Branham Shirley is proud to have Trey Branham as a member of the Firm’s team.
He is a member of the Dallas Bar Association, is admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court, and is a member of the State Bar of Texas. He is an active member of the American Bar Association, American Trial Lawyers Association, Dallas County Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, and the Dallas County Criminal Defense Lawyers Association. He also serves as a mentor for young lawyers in his community and has been recognized for his work on behalf of youth through his participation in various mentoring programs.
Trey was a City of Dallas Youth Advisory Committee member. The City of Dallas has recognized him for his efforts in youth mentoring, and he has been instrumental in helping young people understand their legal rights. His efforts have been recognized by the Dallas Morning News, which published an article on him. He has also contributed to his community through his work with charities, and he is a member of the Dallas County Bar Association’s Young Lawyers’ Committee.
Justice is a difficult thing to define. It can only be defined by the person who holds that office. As defined in the United States, justice is not necessarily based on the law but rather on what the people believe justice is. Trey was able to define justice for himself, and in doing so, he has given it back to his community. Dean Omar Branham Shirley has been pleased with the results of Trey’s work, especially in his ability to develop strong cases and use them to obtain the most favorable outcomes for his clients.