Jeremey T. Katrycz

Jeremey T. Katrycz

201 Main St.
Suite 600
Fort Worth, TX 76102

Phone: 817-422-5350

Website: tarrantdwilawyer.com/dwi/

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About Jeremey T. Katrycz

Tough is a single word that can be used to describe Jeremey Katrycz as a lawyer. Not many people take on the hard challenge of attending law school after 30, yet alone succeed, and subsequently place in the top of their graduating class. A Tarrant County native, he was born in Arlington, and graduated from Arlington High School in 1994. After working in the competitive aviation industry for a decade, he attended the University of North Texas, and graduated Magna cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science in both Political Science and Criminal Justice. He later received his law degree from the prestigious Baylor University in 2010.


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