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Sean Colston was a prosecutor for over 25 years with both the Tarrant County Criminal District Attorney’s Office in Fort Worth, Texas, and the Dallas County Criminal District Attorney's Office in Dallas, Texas. During his career as a prosecutor Mr. Colston worked in the areas Family Violence, Juvenile law, and Gang prosecution. Mr. Colston has prosecuted a number of capital and high profile cases in Texas and has appeared on a number of television shows including: The Queen Latifah Show, 48 Hours Mystery, Snapped, and Forensic Files. Mr. Colston has served as Chairman of the Criminal Law section of the Tarrant County Bar Association, and Chairman of a Grievance Panel for the Texas State Bar. Mr. Colston graduated with honors from Southern University Law Center in Baton Rouge, Louisiana in 1993, and the University of South Alabama in Mobile, Alabama in 1990. Mr. Colston has also been admitted to the Alabama State Bar.
Kevin Rousseau spent 27 years serving the citizens of Tarrant County, Texas as a prosecutor. After two years in a private business litigation practice, he joined the Tarrant County District Attorney’s Office in 1993 as a misdemeanor attorney. He rose through the ranks trying cases ranging from misdemeanors to capital murder death penalty cases. During his 27 years as a prosecutor, he tried over 200 jury trials including over 60 murder trials and seven death penalty trials. From 2002 until 2015 he served as the Chief of the Gang and Homicide Unit where, in addition to his trial duties, he was responsible for all homicide filings in the county. He left the District Attorney’s Office in 2020 after 15 years as a Court Chief and five years as Deputy Chief of the Criminal Division. He has been a frequent speaker across the state on a range of criminal law topics and has appeared on numerous local and national broadcasts including Dateline and On the Case with Paula Zahn. Kevin Rousseau represents individuals in criminal matters, regardless of the seriousness of the offense, in Texas state court and in Federal court. He is ready and able to assist you.