Attorney Kyle Therrian was voted in by peers as President of the Collin County Criminal Defense Lawyers Association (3CDLA) on April 11. Founded in 1995, 3CDLA serves as the voluntary professional organization for more than 100 lawyers specializing in criminal defense in Collin County, Texas.
Kyle Therrian is a founding partner at Rosenthal, Kalabus & Therrian, a highly-rated criminal defense law firm in McKinney, Texas. He is recognized by his peers for his statewide representation of clients in criminal appellate matters. He has argued in cases before the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals and Texas Supreme Court representing all manner of individuals and interests, including Texas state legislators and the Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association. Kyle focuses his practice on representing individuals in both pending criminal cases and in criminal appeals.
“Kyle’s strong leadership abilities, expertise in criminal law, and deep community ties will ensure that 3CDLA will continue to grow and be a valuable resource for lawyers working in Collin County,” said Jeremy Rosenthal, Senior Partner at Rosenthal, Kalabus & Therrian.
In addition to his new role as President of 3CDLA, Kyle serves as the Chair of the Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Educational Institute, where he assists criminal lawyers seeking legal education and professional development opportunities. He is also the author of the Significant Decision Report, a monthly case law summary publication distributed to 5,000 lawyers and judges statewide, keeping them informed of crucial updates in criminal law.
Kyle’s dedication to excellence in criminal defense has earned him recognition on the Thomson Reuters Super Lawyers Rising Star list for the last four years, solidifying his reputation as a high-level criminal defense attorney in Texas.
Under Kyle Therrian’s leadership, the Collin County Criminal Defense Lawyers Association will continue to support, educate, and connect criminal defense attorneys throughout Collin County, promoting the highest standards of professionalism and justice in the legal community.
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