Mike Fields for Texas Attorney General

“I’ve always been fascinated by the Law and the Government process. My parents taught my brother, sister, and I that we owe an obligation of service to our community and Country. Becoming a Lawyer was my way of beginning that public service.”

Before Mike Fields began his journey in criminal justice, he served as a soldier in the United States Army Reserves for eight years receiving an Honorable discharge. While serving his Country, Mike attended SouthWest Texas State University in San Marcos where he obtained a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice, followed by a Juris Doctorate from St. Mary's School of Law. 

Fields continued to serve the community as Assistant District Attorney for Harris County District Attorney's Office and as an Assistant Attorney General for the Texas Attorney General's Office. 

“There are some great folks working for the Attorney General’s Office, who simply want to serve. They need better leadership.”

Following private practice, Mike Fields was elected to the bench of Harris County’s Criminal Court at Law No. 14 where he presided for twenty years. Judge Fields retired in 2018 but remained active in the Houston community through multiple organizations.

“I love Texas, but I hate what I’m seeing in our politics. Our State needs an Attorney General who’s focused on the needs of Texas and Texans. Texans died during the [2021] freeze and no one has been held accountable. I believe we need an Attorney General who is committed to fighting for Texans.”

A few short years after retirement, Fields recognizes that there is still more work to be done. In 2022, we ask for your support in making sure that Texas receives the representation it deserves. Lone Star Sensibility: Mike Fields for Texas Attorney General