Do the right thing, in the right way, and for the right reasons.
Proud to serve this community and represent Montgomery County with a strong leadership team.
Representing Montgomery County with the core values of integrity, fiscal responsibility and transparency.
Serving the citizens of Montgomery County by addressing their concerns and issues in a timely manner.
It is an honor everyday to serve as the County Attorney for Montgomery County.


Assistant County Attorney – The Montgomery County Attorney’s office is seeking an experienced transactional attorney for its Government Affairs Division. This attorney will join a team consisting of two other attorneys and four legal assistants.The ideal candidate must have strong writing, research, organizational, and communication skills, as well as an interest in public sector law. Additionally, strong interpersonal skills are essential to deal effectively with elected officials, department managers, county staff, and the public…READ FULL POSTING

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Local ordinances are laws, rules, or regulations passed by a political subdivision smaller than a state or nation.  In Montgomery County, ordinances are passed by the Montgomery County Commissioners Court to govern certain activities designed to protect and improve the quality of life for residents, businesses, and visitors.

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County Attorney’s Office Receives Multiple Terroristic
Threats Involving Area Schools


Friday, May 11, 2018

On March 8th, 2018, the Montgomery County Treasurer’s Department released protected and confidential information of current and former county employees in the course of disclosing other information and documents related to an official Open Records request…READ MORE

Court agrees to workshop potential lifting of Texas 242 tolls
Tuesday, May 8, 2018

Montgomery County Precinct 2 Commissioners Charlie Riley, Jim Clark, and James Noack address an agreement with TxDOT about the Texas 242 flyover during Commissioners Court at the Alan B. Sadler Commissioners Court Building, Tuesday, May 8, 2018, in Conroe…READ MORE

County judge denies citizen chance to speak during public comment, has him removed from court
Tuesday, April 24, 2018
Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal had a precinct chair who tried to speak during public comment removed from the Commissioners Court meeting Tuesday for approaching the podium without being recognized…READ MORE


Johnson Development donates 16 acres to county for new tower site
Thursday, May, 10 2018

The Montgomery County commissioners accepted the donation of 16 acres from Johnson Development Tuesday as the location of a new radio tower. The land, valued at $180,000, is located at Grand Central Park at Interstate 45 and Loop 336. According to Assistant County Attorney B. D. Griffin, the county will pay $7,467.95 in closing costs. Those funds will come from the county’s capital improvement fund…READ MORE

Conroe mother questions arrest of autistic son, 12, for alleged threat at school
Wednesday, March 9, 2018
A Conroe mother is taking aim at the Conroe Independent School District after her autistic 12-year-old son was arrested for allegedly pretending to fire an imaginary rifle at his teacher during class Monday. While the boy denies this recent allegation, his mother said there have been other incidents involving her son, including the creation of a “Death Note” listing certain classmates’ names with a manner of death for each one…READ MORE

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J D speaking to Citizens Police Academy at Constable Ryan Gables Office
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