As a former felony prosecutor, Steve Gebhardt has tried over 125 criminal jury trials in Tarrant County, Texas, including capital murder, murder, and sexual assault. Steve has tried many high-profile cases throughout his tenure at the Tarrant County District Attorney’s Office, including prosecuting a squatter at an Arlington residence, a double murder outside an Arlington nightclub, a former trooper accused of stalking and online impersonation, and a TSA agent stealing iPads from passenger luggage, for which ABC New York interviewed Steve for a piece they aired.
Steve has taken what he has learned as a former prosecutor and used that knowledge to put clients accused of a crime in the best possible situation. Since going into private practice with Brian Eppes, Steve has secured several acquittals for many clients, including those accused of capital murder.
Steve Gebhardt graduated from TCU, receiving his Bachelor of Arts in Marketing in 2001. He graduated from the South Texas College of Law in 2005. In law school, Steve was awarded the Dean’s Merit Scholarship for outstanding grades. Steve has consistently been named a “Top Attorney” since 2015 by Fort Worth, Texas Magazine, and served as the legal advisor for UCC Weekday School from 2011 through 2014.
Steve is a proud member of the Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, Tarrant County Bar Association, the Tarrant County Criminal Defense Lawyer’s Association, and the Texas Bar College. The Texas Bar College is an honorary society of lawyers committed to continuing legal education and high ethical standards in law practice. Steve lives in Fort Worth with his wife and three children. They enjoy attending TCU football games and are members of Christ Chapel Bible Church.
- State Bar of Texas
- Tarrant County Bar Association
- Tarrant County Criminal Defense Lawyers Association
- Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association