Experience Matters

Chris Bullajian spent 10 years as a prosecutor in McLennan County handling thousands of cases and trying nearly 100 jury trials in his career. Bullajian was appointed Chief Felony Prosecutor of the 19th District Court, and later was named Division Chief of Misdemeanors .


Chris Bullajian treats every client with the respect and dignity each person deserves.  He will work with you to aggressively defend your rights and handle your case in a judgment free atmosphere. As a former prosecutor, Bullajian has the insight and experience to best handle your case.

If you or a loved one are facing criminal charges, call The Law Office of Chris Bullajian today for immediate help, aggressive defense, and experience in the courtroom.


Chris Bullajian graduated from Baylor University in 2001 with a Bachelor's Degree in Education. Bullajian graduated from Texas Tech School of Law in 2004 and began his career in the Lubbock County District Attorney's Office. In 2006, he accepted a position as a prosecutor in McLennan County where he prosecuted cases from DWI to Capital Murder. He was named Felony Chief Prosecutor of the 19th District Court, and later promoted to Division Chief.
In addition to his work in the courtroom, Bullajian has been one of the leading instructors and speakers in Texas on various aspects of criminal law.