Galveston County needs qualified judges to move dockets swiftly but with justice.
As a prosecutor, Rebecca worked hand-in-hand with law enforcement to investigate and prosecute the most serious offenses. She understands the importance of ensuring justice to all who enter a courtroom.
Rebecca Millo was licensed to practice law in 2003. She began her legal career at the Galveston County District Attorney's Office. As an Assistant District Attorney, Rebecca worked her way through the office, holding many different positions to include, Chief of Misdemeanor, Chief of a District Court, Chief of Vehicular Crimes and Chief of Grand Jury. Ultimately, Rebecca tried nearly 100 jury trials as a prosecutor, including the most serious of crimes such as child abuse, intoxication manslaughter, murder and capital murder.
Additionally, Rebecca would often spend time training law enforcement officers throughout the county as well as prosecutors across the state.
In March of 2022, Rebecca left the Galveston County District Attorney's Office and opened her own law firm, Rebecca Millo, Attorney at Law and is practicing criminal defense in Galveston County.
Rebecca's experience as both a prosecutor and criminal defense attorney, makes her uniquely qualified for the office of District Court Judge. Having practiced on both sides of the bar, Rebecca is able to efficiently and effectively manage a courts docket.
Rebecca is currently a member of the State Bar of Texas, Texas Criminal Defense Attorneys Association and the Galveston Bar Association.
Born and raised in Houston, Rebecca moved to Galveston County in 2004. She lives in League City with her husband Clint and her daughter.
Clint was born on Galveston Island and grew up in Santa Fe. Clint comes from a family of law enforcement officers and is himself a decorated former police officer of the Galveston Police Department.
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