With more than 20 years government experience, Johnny Sutton has acquired expertise as a front line trial prosecutor and a top policy advisor to a Governor and a President.
Today, Former United States Attorney Johnny Sutton specializes in helping companies to comply with federal and state regulations. He also practices in the area of white-collar criminal defense and government investigations.
From 2001 to 2009, Sutton led one of the largest and busiest U.S. Attorney's Offices. The Western District of Texas covers 93,000 square miles, 68 counties and 660 miles of U.S.-Mexico border. Sutton managed more than 300 employees, a $28 million annual budget and directed 43,000 federal prosecutions and thousands of civil cases.
In 1983, Sutton was the starting left fielder for the University of Texas National Championship baseball team and was named the Most Valuable Player of the NCAA Central Regional Baseball Tournament.
Sutton is fluent in Spanish and proficient in Portuguese.