Rebeccah Tejada, a South Texas native, grew up in Floresville, Texas. She obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Speech Communications from Baylor University in 2013. After graduating from Baylor, Rebeccah attended Texas A&M University School of Law in Fort Worth. In 2017, Rebeccah passed the bar and accepted a position at the Tarrant County Criminal District Attorney’s Office. After gaining considerable experience from the DA’s Office, Rebeccah chose to pursue her passion as a criminal defense attorney in order to seek justice and protect the rights of her clients. Rebeccah’s focus on advocating for her clients ensures that she will explore every avenue to obtain the most favorable outcome and, if necessary, is prepared to go to trial. Rebeccah’s time as an Assistant District Attorney and criminal defense attorney has given her the opportunity to try over 45 jury trials including:
- Assault Family Violence
- Evading Arrest
In her free time, Rebeccah enjoys watching Baylor football, playing with her dogs and cats, spending time with family and friends, and traveling.
- Tarrant County Criminal Defense Lawyers Association (TCCDLA)
- Aggie Bar Association
Top Attorney in Criminal Defense: Fort Worth Magazine (2021)