COVID-19

Essential and Continuing Operations / COVID19: In the interest of the health and safety of our staff and the community, our offices will remain closed to the public, and most of the agency’s prosecutors and staff will work remotely, until further notice. The HCDAO continues to perform key functions in the county criminal justice system and will do so during the Covid-19 pandemic. Click Here for More Information

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News Releases

Harding Street supervisors charged in probe of Houston Police Narcotics Division

July 1, 2020  Houston Police narcotics officers falsified documentation about drug payments to confidential informants with the support of...

DA Kim Ogg announces results of protest case review

June 10, 2020 While George Floyd was being eulogized Tuesday, prosecutors wrapped up their week-long review of protest-related charges, dismissing...

Humble man to repay $300,000 in plea deal

May 29, 2020 A Humble man who worked for a construction company has paid back $100,000 to his employer, Harris County District Attorney Kim Ogg...

District Attorney begins process of clearing 91 more defendants convicted by accused former HPD Officer Gerald Goines.

May 21, 2020  Prosecutors reviewing cases tied to former Houston Police Officer Gerald Goines anticipate at least 91 more drug convictions will soon...

District Attorney offers thoughts on officer involved shootings

May 19, 2020  Harris County District Attorney Kim Ogg on Tuesday released a video explaining the extensive process that goes into investigating...

Harris County District Attorney Kim Ogg urges internet awareness to protect against cyber scams

May 6, 2020  As society depends more on the internet for shopping and other matters during the COVID-19 crisis, Harris County District Attorney Kim...

Harris County District Attorney warns about unattended children drowning in bathtubs and pools

April 30, 2020  The Harris County District Attorney’s Office on Thursday warned against allowing children being left alone in the bathtub or allowed...

District Attorney Kim Ogg celebrates Earth Day with renewed focus on illegal dumping and environmental crimes

April 22, 2020  The Harris County District Attorney’s Office is celebrating Earth Day by reminding citizens that the District Attorney’s...

District Attorney Kim Ogg commemorates National Crime Victims’ Rights Week 2020

April 22, 2020  The Harris County District Attorney’s Office is commemorating National Crime Victims’ Rights Week by reminding victims and their...

Highest Criminal Court in Texas issues warrant for Harris County career criminal released on $500 bail

April 17, 2020  The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals, the state’s highest criminal court, took the rare step on Friday of issuing an arrest warrant...