Zach Redington fully dedicates himself to the advocacy of his clients. His approachable manner and affable demeanor have helped him to build trust and rapport with clients, local judges, and court administrators, while enabling him to work seamlessly with prosecutors and other members of the investigation team throughout a criminal trial. He works tirelessly to leverage legal strategies that best serve the interests of his clients. From DWI to sexual assault to the myriad of other potential criminal accusations, Zach approaches each case with a sense of urgency, understanding the duress that criminal accusations can inflict upon the accused. His primary goal in the practice of criminal law is to protect the integrity of his clients through vigorous representation.
Zach is recognized as a leader in the criminal defense legal profession. He formerly served as the President of the Ellis County Criminal Defense Lawyers Association (ECCDLA) in Texas, and was appointed to serve on the Grievance Committee. He is a speaker and author on criminal legal topics. Zach authored an article published in the State Bar Section Report Juvenile Law, Vol. 17, No. 1, entitled, “Juvenile Transfer from TYC to TDCJ: TYC Screening and Judicial Response.”
Zach graduated from the University of Texas School of Law. During law school, Zach earned the honor of serving as an intern in the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals and as a law clerk for a criminal defense lawyer in Austin, Texas. He also participated in the Criminal Defense and Juvenile Justice Clinics in Austin. Zach was born in Dallas, Texas, graduated from Woodrow Wilson High School, and received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Wake Forest University.