Zachary L. Boyd grew up throughout the State of Texas. In 1993, he graduated from Stephen F. Austin High School in Austin, Texas. One month later, he entered the United States Military Academy (USMA) located at West Point, New York. In May of 1997, he graduated USMA with a computer science degree. Upon graduation, he was commissioned as a Field Artillery Second Lieutenant in the United States Army.
Mr. Boyd served primarily with the 3rd Infantry Division (Mechanized) at Fort Stewart, Georgia at the battery, battalion, and brigade levels until he completed his military commitment. At that time, he opted to leave active duty military service in order to pursue his dream of becoming a lawyer. He entered Baylor University School of Law in the summer of 2002, and he graduated in February of 2005.
Starting His Practice
After graduation, Mr. Boyd sought out and found an opportunity to practice in a Texas community with strong ties to the United States Military. After practicing as an associate attorney for more than a year with a Killeen, Texas law firm, Mr. Boyd established his own law office so that he could better focus his efforts on meeting the needs of his clients by providing them with a broader spectrum of services and more individually tailored legal representation.
Criminal & Family Law
Mr. Boyd focuses his practice in the areas of criminal and family law. He attended the National Criminal Defense College (NCDC) trial practice institute in July of 2012. He is a lifetime member of the Texas Family Law Foundation. Mr. Boyd utilizes his legal experience and education, life experience, leadership ability, and the latest legal technology available to personalize and enhance client representation.
Memberships & Licenses
Zachary L. Boyd is a member of the Texas State Bar, the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, and the Texas Family Law Foundation. He is licensed to practice in Texas Courts and in the United States District Court for the Western District of Texas - Waco Division (including Waco and Fort Hood). He is not certified by The Texas Board of Legal Specialization.