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Attorney Profile

Cindy Bridges

Cindy in courtroom

Criminal Defense Attorney

Cindy Bridges was raised in the Corpus Christi area. She received her Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of Houston and then went on to pursue her law degree at South Texas College of Law in Houston.

While at South Texas, Cindy became a Langdell Scholar and finished a semester early. After graduating, Cindy pursued her passion of becoming a criminal trial attorney. In 2002, Cindy began her career with the Williamson County Attorney’s Office. After learning the fundamentals, Cindy earned a job as a prosecutor with the Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office. During the decade she served as a Prosecutor she tried many cases ranging from Capital Murder to Driving While Intoxicated. Throughout her time in Montgomery County, she raised through the ranks to Felony Chief Prosecutor, and spearheaded the Internet Crimes against Children Division. While in Montgomery County, Cindy was sought after to present to the local community and law enforcement on her knowledge and experience. She was awarded the Top Trial Prosecutor Award and the Distinguished Service Award. During this time, she also served as a Judge with the Splendora Municipal Court.

In 2012, Cindy achieved the honor of becoming Board Certified in Criminal Law. She has maintained this achievement throughout the last decade. Then in 2015, Cindy was offered a State Prosecutor job with the Special Prosecution Unit. During her term she homed in on perfecting her trial skills and knowledge throughout the State of Texas. Cindy’s main location of practice was in Brazoria and Fort Bend County. During her time as a State Prosecutor, she continued to go to trial on Capital Murder seeking Death, Solicitation of Capital Murder, Aggravated Assault of a Public Servant, among others. With over 20 years of prosecution experience and almost 100 jury trials under her belt, Cindy has built a reputation of a knowledgeable aggressive trial attorney.

In 2023, Cindy went into private practice as a criminal defense lawyer and joined Maverick Ray and Associates. Her experience and reputable career as a former prosecutor bring valuable knowledge of criminal law from both sides. We can confidently say she has been a great addition to the team and our clients have had nothing but positive feedback.

Bar Admissions

  • State Bar of Texas
  • United States Supreme Court


  • South Texas College of Law
  • University of Houston

Award and Recognition

  • Langdell Scholar
  • Trial Attorney Award
  • Distinguished Scholar
  • Board Certified in Criminal Law