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Kutter Trammel sworn in as licensed attorney, plans private practice in Breckenridge

Kutter Trammel sworn in as licensed attorney, plans private practice in Breckenridge
November 04
13:05 2021

Kutter Trammel of Breckenridge was sworn in as an attorney licensed in the state of Texas last month and is going into private law practice with his dad, Gary Trammel, Stephens County Attorney.

On Oct. 14, Trammel was sworn in by 90th Judicial District Court Judge Stephen Bristow in the Stephens County Courthouse with his family in attendance, including his parents, Gary and Kathy Trammel; wife, Cheyenne Trammel; and children, Delilah, 5, Jacqueline, 2, and Keller, who was just a few days old at the swearing in; and others.

“I passed the bar on Friday, had a baby on Tuesday and was sworn in on Thursday,” he said.

Trammel, a 2010 graduate of Breckenridge High School, attended Texas Tech University for his undergraduate degree and then earned his law degree at the University of Arkansas.

Kutter Trammel, fourth from right, is surrounded by his family following his swearing in as a licensed attorney in the state of Texas. (Photo courtesy of Stephanie Elder)

Cutline, top photo: Kutter Trammel is sworn in as an attorney licensed in the state of Texas by 90th Judicial District Court Judge Stephen Bristow in the Stephens County Courthouse last month. (Photo courtesy of Michael Roach)

 


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