Wittliff | Cutter, in coordination with The Survivors’ Project at the Lone Star Justice Alliance, is representing Martha Acevedo, a Texas mother and grandmother whose criminal conviction and 25-year prison sentence stems from her status as a domestic violence survivor.
Wittliff | Cutter is pleased to welcome Caroline Leal to the firm as a legal intern. Caroline is a junior at the University of Texas at Austin studying English and government as part of the liberal arts honors program.
We are proud to announce that, as of January 1, Wittliff | Cutter partner Jennifer Rappoport Colimon is the firm’s managing partner. She succeeds María Amelia Calaf (MAC), who served as managing partner in 2022.
On the surface, Erik D. Grostic can be difficult to figure out. Is he a nerdy software developer? Cool musician with an IMDB page? Private, shy Midwesterner or outgoing Austinite?
Kavid Singh, whose practice focuses on litigation, joined Wittliff | Cutter following several years of government service, including four years at the Office of the Texas Attorney General and three years of judicial clerkships.
Wittliff | Cutter associate Joshua Kelly recently argued before the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals in a case that could determine how criminal defendants are treated during community supervision revocation proceedings.