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John Roehm joined Fanning Harper Martinson Brandt & Kutchin, P.C. in 2002. He began his legal career with the City of Dallas and has over twenty years of experience representing government entities and public officials in state and federal court, including both trial and appellate experience.
A self-professed “army brat” growing up, he calls Texas home and is active in many civic organizations benefiting his community. John enjoys traveling, snow skiing, tennis and golf.
Dallas Central Appraisal Dist. v. Park Stemmons, Ltd., 948 S.W.2d 11 (Tex. App. – Dallas 1997, no pet.) (reversed decision of the trial court that property owner had standing to challenge appraisal and their due process rights were violated).
Comerica Acceptance Corp. v. Dallas Central Appraisal Dist., 52 S.W.3d 495 (Tex. App. – Dallas 2001, pet. denied) (reversed decision of the trial court that a lienholder was an owner of property under the Property Tax Code).
Poteet v. Sullivan, 218 S.W.3d 780 (Tex. App. – Fort Worth 2007, pet. denied) (upheld decision of the trial court granting summary judgment to municipality in Fourth and Fifth Amendment challenge to a domestic violence civil standby).
City of Arlington v. Centerfolds, Inc., 232 S.W. 3d 238 (Tex. App.-Fort Worth 2007, pet. denied) (upheld decision of the trial court granting summary judgment to Centerfolds on their procedural due process challenge).
May 2014 State Bar Bill of Rights Conference Co-wrote a paper presented at the annual State Bar Bill of Rights Conference on recent developments in the law affecting criminal suspects, defendants and incarcerated individuals.