Myles R. Garza is a lifetime resident of Brownsville, Texas. After graduating from Hanna High School, Myles attended Texas A&M University and earned a Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Science. Shortly after graduating form Texas A&M University, Myles was accepted to Thurgood Marshall School of Law. During his time at Thurgood Marshall School of Law, Myles became President of Hispanic Law Students Association, Of Counsel for the Board of Advocates, Senior Advocate for the Mock Trial Advocacy Program, and Senior Editor for the TMSL Journal on Race, Gender, and Justice. Myles graduated cum laude from Thurgood Marshall School of Law.
When Myles returned home to Brownsville, he began practicing with his father, Retired State District Judge Robert Garza. Since returning, Myles has litigated complex cases involving civil, criminal, constitutional, and federalism issues. Currently, Myles is in private practice with Garza & Garza Law, PLLC. Myles loves to spend time with his fiancé, his puppies, play golf, and lives to serve his community. Myles is the former President of the Cameron County Bar Association and Chair of the Cameron County Bar Association Scholarship Golf Tournament.
Myles was previously the Criminal Attorney Representative for the Cameron County Bail Bond Commission, Chair of the Brownsville Charter Review Committee, and Vice Chair of the Brownsville Planning and Zoning Commission.
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