Tracy McNeill Pullan graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Anthropology from the University of Texas, Austin in 1999. After working and travelling abroad, she made a life changing decision to follow a long family tradition of becoming a lawyer. She attended the University of Houston Law Center. Much like her great grandfather Frank B. Potter, U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Texas, she found herself called to public service and accepted a job with the Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office as an Assistant District Attorney (ADA.)
While serving as an ADA, she spend time in the Justice of the Peace, Misdemeanor, and Felony divisions where she gained valuable insight into the inner-workings of the Montgomery County criminal justice system. Ms. Pullan was selected to act as Chief of the Misdemeanor Division, managing and training prosecutors in their prospective courts. She gave specific training on Driving While Intoxicated cases, and worked closely with law enforcement by aiding in their training in the field.
Ms. Pullan tried over 50 trials as a Prosecutor, ranging from Capital Murder to Class C Misdemeanors. Additionally, she reviewed and investigated thousands of cases on behalf of the State of Texas. After six years of service, Ms. Pullan left the office under the title of Division Chief.
Ms. Pullan is a founding partner of Maginnis Pullan & Young, P.L.L.C. She has defended all types and levels of criminal offenses ranging from DWIs to Aggravated Assaults. She has protected falsely accused clients from becoming registered sex offenders, and fights tirelessly to protect the records of young clients from having a permanent criminal record. No matter the type of case, Ms. Pullan will defend that person to the fullest extent.
Due to her training and experience as a Prosecutor, combined with the relationships she has forged with Judges and Prosecutors alike, she has been able to achieve tremendous results for her clients. Her strongest attributes are her strong work ethic, her ability to simplify complicated issues, and her deep believe in justice.
Free consultation (60 minutes)
Cash, Check, Credit card
Are you an attorney? Endorse this lawyer
As a former prosecutor, I'll say that Tracy was one of the most frustrating attorneys I ever tried a case against. In the legal field, this is a compliment! She's good at her job and knowledgeable about all aspects of criminal law.
Colin Hobbs Family Attorney
Relationship: Opposing Counsel on matter
I have had the pleasant opportunity to see Tracy in action as both a prosecutor and defense attorney. She is an excellent trial attorney. She gives her clients great attention and gets fantastic results. I would highly recommend Tracy to anyone who needs help with a criminal matter.
Robbie Barker Criminal Defense Attorney
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
|TX||Eligible To Practice In Texas||2003||01/09/2016|
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Top Criminal Lawyer||Houstonia Magazine||2014|
|Top Criminal Lawyer 2013||Houstonia Magazine||2013|
|Partner||Maginnis Pullan & Young||2010 - Present|
|Assistant District Attorney||Montgomery County District Attorney's Office||2004 - 2010|
|Prosecuting Attorney||Harris County Attorney, Child Protective Service||2003 - 2004|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Montgomery County Bar Association||President||2013 - 2014|
|Montgomery County Bar Association||Board of Directors||2011 - Present|
|Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association||Member||2010 - Present|
|State v. Moreno||Dismissed after jury selection|
|State v. Groskopf||Not Guilty|
|State v. Gosselin||Case pled to lesser, avoiding registration, after a jury mistrial|
|See all legal cases|
|University of Houston Law Center||Doctor of Jurisprudence/Juris Doctor (J.D.)||N/A||2003|
|The Future is Bright||Saying "NO!" to drugs||2010|
|Career Day||Prosecuting in Montgomery County||2010|
|Public Interest Law Organization||Opportunities in Government Law||2009|