Elizabeth Whited has dedicated her career to practicing criminal law. Elizabeth was born and raised in Houston, Texas. She attended The University of Texas at Austin and earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. It was at UT that Elizabeth studied the Great American Trials and discovered her passion for the law and being a voice for the people.
After graduation, Elizabeth attended South Texas College of Law in Houston. During law school, she interned at the Harris County District Attorney's Office and was assigned to the Child Abuse Division. After graduation, Elizabeth was sworn in as a prosecutor in the Harris County District Attorney's office. Over the next four years Elizabeth tried numerous misdemeanor and felony trials. In 2011, Elizabeth moved to Williamson County where she continued to prosecute for the next 5 years.
Elizabeth's experience as a prosecutor is vital to her ability to evaluate a case and represent her clients. If there is a legal problem with how the police or prosecutors investigated your case, Elizabeth will find it.
Elizabeth is also active in the Williamson County community. She is a member of the Williamson County Bar Association and serves as a Director on the Board. Elizabeth is also a member of the Texas Criminal Defense Lawyer's Association.
Being accused and arrested is one of the most terrifying and confusing times of a person's life. You can be assured, that as you face this challenge, Elizabeth will thoroughly evaluate the case. She will meet with you, advise you of the charges against you, answer your questions and guide you through the process. She will draw on her years of experience and knowledge to fight for your rights and get the best result for you.
Let Elizabeth Whited help you navigate the unknown criminal justice system.