Email Richard McCracken
Assistant City Attorney I
General Services; Real Estate & City Facilities
Rich McCracken joined the City Attorney’s Office in December 2014 as a Prosecuting Attorney, primarily responsible for prosecuting Class C violations of the Texas Penal Code, the Texas Transportation Code and the City of Fort Worth Municipal Code. In May 2015, McCracken was promoted to assistant city attorney I, and currently practices in both the Transactional Division’s General Services and Real Estate & City Facilities sections.
- J.D. (Magna Cum Laude) — Texas Wesleyan University School of Law (2010)
- Texas Wesleyan Law Review
- Order of the Scribes
- B.S. (Cum Laude) (Criminal Justice) — Texas State University (2001)
Affiliations & Activities
- State Bar of Texas
McCracken was of counsel at Evans, Daniel, Moore, Evans & Biggs from 2010 to 2014, practicing criminal defense and serving as an assistant city attorney for the City of Watauga. Prior to attending law school, McCracken worked as an adult probation officer in Tarrant County, Texas, and served for nine years in the Texas Army National Guard.