Daly Campbell Law Firm


Reese Campbell

Founding Member

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


Articles by Reese Campbell

Probate & Probate Litigation
Reese Campbell

Family Settlement Agreements

The expectation of inheritance can often times bring out the worst in us. It is not uncommon for families to engage in all out war over property they did little to earn. In 1924, a Texas appeals court said, “Law suits between brothers and sisters over parental devises or inheritances

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Business Services
Reese Campbell

How to Setup an LLC in Texas: Overview

We enjoy nothing more than helping someone start a new business. When at the ground level of an endeavor, your first steps can matter the most. Selecting the proper business entity and structure generally concerns liability, taxation, governance and funding. If the business is not reliant on venture capital or

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Business Services
Reese Campbell

Texas Non-compete Agreements

Daly Campbell have litigated non-compete agreements in counties across our area however the agreements have rarely been enforceable. If you are a business owner or former employee facing an issue with a non-compete agreement, contact us so that we can guide you to a successful outcome. If you are a new business or a person considering a new job opportunity, now is an even better time to contact us so that we can help you avoid future problems.

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Reese Campbell In the News

Testimony: Naked woman shot burglary suspect with his own gun in Texas City

April 14, 2010

TEXAS CITY, Texas While naked in her bedroom, a woman surprised a masked intruder, disarming him and shooting him with his own gun, testimony revealed in a Tuesday burglary trial.

Latoya Harkless testified against Raymond Marlon Britton, 27, who police accused of a July 31, 2008, burglary in the 2900 block of Tarpey Avenue in Texas City


Judge urges Galveston GOP to resolve “family” differences

Nick Powell
Houston Chronicle
April 3, 2018

After a tedious court hearing on Tuesday regarding a conflict between the chairman of the Galveston County Republican Party and a splinter group within the party attempting to oust him, the judge presiding over the dispute urged both sides to resolve the matter before reconvening on Friday.


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.