About Sally Ring
A graduate of Southern Methodist University, Sally began her criminal justice career at the University of Houston Law Center, participating on successful mock trial teams while interning at the Harris County District Attorney’s Office. After becoming a licensed attorney in 1992, she was immediately hired by the DA’s office as a prosecutor, where she spent the next 16 years working in the trial bureau and specialized divisions. Sally was able to go to trial on over 100 cases in her career, establishing her reputation as a talented and aggressive trial lawyer. She was known for her willingness to try tough cases and her ability to analyze each case to reach a fair and just result.
Sally was hired in 2008 as a Staff Attorney for the Houston Police Officers Union, representing police officers in administrative matters, disciplinary hearings, criminal investigations, and responding to critical incidents, such as officer-involved shootings and death in custody investigations. Integrity and persistence were always at the forefront of the representation of her clients. Even when the situation became politically charged, Sally never backed down when faced with the inherent pressure from the “higher-ups.” It was through this position that she gained valuable insight into the law enforcement perspective of a criminal case, which makes her uniquely equipped to represent anyone accused of a crime.