Founding Member

Reese Campbell

Nothing can be better than firsthand experience when fighting your case.

Reese Campbell

the vision

from the beginning

At our first meeting, I will provide you with an honest, straight-forward assessment of your case.  You will know the strengths and weaknesses of your case upfront and I will help you take the necessary steps to improve your situation before we ever step into the courtroom.  Above all else, you will be comforted in knowing that your attorney has been through this fight before, knows the law, and the advice and counsel that you receive is truthful, well-intended, and based on real case experience.

Overview And Experience


Bar Card Number: 24045020
TX License Date: 11/02/2007

J. Reese Campbell is from west Texas.  He came to Galveston County after law school to start his legal career as a prosecutor.  Reese has spent his entire career as a trial lawyer.  Although many attorneys make this claim, most attorneys never see the inside of a courtroom.  Reese has spent almost half of the last eleven years  being in a courtroom.
Reese believes that nothing can be better than firsthand experience when fighting your case.

Reese has extensive experience in the courtroom. He has tried over 50 jury trials, and has conducted hundreds of hearings in Texas courtrooms. He has worked in Galveston, Harris, Brazoria, Montgomery, Bexar, Fort Bend and other counties.

After joining with Brendan to form Daly & Campbell, the two operate as a team of attorneys who use their experience in the courtroom to get results for clients.

Reese Campbell graduated from Abilene Christian University with a degree in Political Science and a minor in Bible Studies. He earned his Law Degree in from St. Mary’s University Law School in San Antonio, Texas where he graduated Magna Cum Laude and within the top 5% of his class.

Courts of Admittance: 

State Bar of Texas
United States District Court Southern District of Texas


College of the State Bar of Texas


Abilene Christian University, Bachelor of Arts

St. Mary’s School of Law, Doctor of Jurisprudence
Honors: Magna Cum Laude, Phi Delta Phi Honor Society, John M. Harlan Society

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Articles by Reese Campbell

Employment Lawsuits: A Laundry List of Reasons to Sue or Be Sued

Work and employment related lawsuits are far more common than most people realize.  Employers and employees need more awareness about what can get them in trouble.  You should be familiar with some things in our list but maybe surprised by others. Discrimination Gender, Age, Race, National Origin, Religion – Title VII of the Civil Rights

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What Students & Parents Should Know About School Suspensions in Texas

Students have limited first amendment rights on campus.  Under Texas law, schools can suspend student?s for up to three days for almost any reason.  The Constitution requires that prior to a student being suspended, the student should be informed of the alleged misconduct and be given a chance to explain. 

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Understanding the Special Education Process

Parents often feel lost when seeking help for a child that is struggling in school.? All children have a right to an education Texas.? The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) is meant to ensure that all students with disabilities receive the education that they deserve. The Referral Notice of

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Calculating Child Support

Calculating monthly child support payments in Texas usually comes down to doing some math.? Below are the standard guidelines however your circumstances may be different especially if paying child support for children in multiply homes.   How many children? The Texas Family Code provides for the following guidelines: 1 child

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Reese Campbell In the News

Galveston County Daily News

Teen gets life in prison in fatal shooting

Chris Paschenko
Galveston County Daily News
Nov 10, 2011

TEXAS CITY — A jury Thursday sentenced a teenager to life in the penitentiary after convicting him in the fatal shooting of a man accused of having prison gang ties.

Santos Rene Almanzar IV 17 was convicted of murder Wednesday in the Jan. 18 2010 fatal shooting of Jack Briscoe III at Palmer House apartments 2405 Palmer Highway in Texas City. Briscoe 36 died of a single gunshot to the head.

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Galveston GOP splinter group fire back at party chairman in court

Nick Powell
Houston Chronicle
March 28, 2018

A group of precinct chairs trying to oust the chairman of the Galveston County Republican Party filed a response to a restraining order on Wednesday, asserting that the judiciary has no legal standing to resolve the months-long turmoil stemming back to a dispute over who controls the GOP’s bank account.

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Trial begins in case of newborn’s skull fracture

Chris Paschenko
Galveston County Daily News
Sep 19, 2012

Testimony began Tuesday in the trial of a woman accused of fracturing the skull of her 22-day-old newborn son who was also found to have older rib and leg fractures prosecutors said.

Shaina Leeann Coleman 26 pleaded not guilty Tuesday to a charge of injury to a child causing serious bodily injury stemming from an Oct. 28 2009 incident at her Dickinson apartment.