After being admitted to the Texas Bar in 2002, Sam Cammack began his successful legal career as a prosecutor in Harrison County, Texas. There he handled cases that included mental hearings, revocations, bond forfeitures, Misdemeanor DWI, Felony Aggravated Sexual Assault, and many more.
Additional past experience includes counseling the East Texas Sector of the Department of Public Safety on DWI and drug prosecutions as the Felony Assistant District Attorney and working at the 14th Court of Appeals for Justice Eva Guzman.
In his career as a prosecutor and defense lawyer, Sam Cammack has been successful in 82 of 86 actual jury trials and has handled more than 8,000 cases. He has also represented and counseled many high-profile felony cases including being hired by the State of Oregon Public Defense Bar to represent one of its residents accused of committing a crime in Texas.
Sam Cammack is a current active member of the Houston Trial Lawyers Association, The Association of Trial Lawyers of America, and The Criminal Trial Lawyers Association of America, and he is also a regular panelist on the CNN's Headline News "Nancy Grace" show.
Before beginning his law career, Sam Cammack received his Juris Doctorate and graduated Magna Cum Laude from Thurgood Marshall School of Law. There he received the Prima Excellencia Award for finishing at the top of his class in 11 different areas of the law, and was the winner of the Helen Dawn Williams Mock Trial Competition.
Sam Cammack joined the law firm of Bailey & Galyen in 2004 where he practices Criminal Defense Law. He is located at the Houston Clear Lake office in the Criminal Law Department.