Mr. de Bullet is a Fort Worth Native American graduate of Paschal High School, Texas Christian University and St. Mary’s University School of Law in San Antonio where he was on the Law Review. Mr. de Bullet is in his 52nd year of continuous private practice of Law in Tarrant County, Texas. Mr. de Bullet previously practiced with Frank Coffey Tarrant County District Attorney Office. Mr. de Bullet is licensed in all Texas Courts, in the Federal District (Northern and Western District of Texas and Eastern Federal District of Arkansas). Mr. de Bullet is a member of the Tarrant County Bar Association Tarrant County Criminal Defense Lawyers Association and chaired the Criminal Law Section of the Tarrant County Bar Association. He is also a member of the Texas Trial Lawyers and Tarrant County Family Law Section. He served on the Board of Directors for Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association for six years and was Charter President of Tarrant County Criminal Defense Lawyers Association. Mr. de Bullet’s practice is a general trial practice with concentration in Family, Injury Law, and Criminal Defense.  

 Mr. de Bullet was one of three founders and Chairs of the Fort Worth Airpower Foundation, later changed to Airpower Foundation decades ago and is Past Chair of the Fort Worth Stockyards Rotary Club, and Fort Worth Junior Chamber of Commerce (J.C.’s) and Fort Worth Airpower Council.