District Attorney Kim Ogg
Kim Ogg is the newly elected Harris County District Attorney. She is a native Houstonian; licensed by the State Bar of Texas in 1987; and recognized as a specialist in Criminal Law by the Board of Legal Specialization since 1992.
Kim served as a prosecutor for the Harris County District Attorney from 1986 – 1994, where she rose to the level of Chief Felony Prosecutor. She was appointed by Mayor Bob Lanier as the City of Houston’s first Anti-Gang Task Force Director in 1994 and oversaw a 40% reduction in gang crime during her tour of duty. From 1999 - 2006, Kim served as the Executive Director of Crime Stoppers and led the organization to international record-breaking years, capturing thousands of violent felons. In 2006, Kim transitioned to private legal practice where she was the Managing Partner of the Ogg Law Firm, PLLC, a family-owned litigation firm that fought for the rights of families, individuals accused of crimes, and police officers and citizens whose civil rights have been violated. Kim now brings her strong track record of public service and thirty years of professional experience to the position of Harris County District Attorney.