Chip B. Lewis

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Chip Lewis, a graduate of Houston Law Center (where he served as an adjunct professor for five years after winning numerous awards), began his career in prosecution. Since transitioning to criminal defense law in 2000, Chip has been regularly recognized as a Super Lawyer (as well as a 2004 Rising Star). He has been involved in a number of high-profile cases, including those of Ken Lay, Robert Durst, and Beaumont Mayor David Moore. A member of NACDL, HCCLA, as well as TCDLA, Chip has regularly been a featured speaker at many CLE seminars across the country. He is the proud father of twin boys, Parker and Rees. Chip also proudly served as a Board Member for K9s4Cops – a nonprofit charity that provides law enforcement agencies with K-9 officers. He can be reached at

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