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Ms. Kelly Siegler

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Background

Employment History

Education

  • valedictorian
    Tidehaven High School
  • University of Texas
  • degree , International Business
  • law degree
    South Texas College of Law
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Lisa Edelstein stars as Kelly ...
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Lisa Edelstein stars as Kelly Siegler in the new Lifetime Original Movie Blue-Eyed Butcher, premiereing Saturday, March 3, at 8pm ET/PT on Lifetime. 2011 A&E Television Networks, LLC. All rights reserved. Photo Credit: Jack Zeman Photo: Jack Zeman / HC
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Lisa Edelstein stars as Kelly Siegler in the new Lifetime Original Movie Blue-Eyed Butcher, premiereing Saturday, March 3, at 8pm ET/PT on Lifetime. 2011 A&E Television Networks, LLC. All rights reserved.
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Lisa Edelstein stars as Kelly Siegler in the new Lifetime...
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(L to R) Lisa Edelstein ( Kelly Siegler ), Brown W. Earl ( Thomas Dean ) and Sara Paxton ( Susan Wright ) star in the new Lifetime Original Movie Blue-Eyed Butcher, premiereing Saturday, March 3, at 8pm ET/PT on Lifetime. 2011 A&E Television Networks, LLC. All rights reserved. Photo Credit: Jack Zeman Photo: Jack Zeman / HC
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(L to R) Lisa Edelstein ( Kelly Siegler ), Brown W. Earl ( Thomas Dean ) and Sara Paxton ( Susan Wright ) star in the new Lifetime Original Movie Blue-Eyed Butcher, premiereing Saturday, March 3, at 8pm ET/PT on Lifetime.
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(L to R) Lisa Edelstein ( Kelly Siegler ), Brown W. Earl (...
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Murder defendant Susan Wright cries as prosecutor Kelly Siegler shows her a picture of her husband's body during testimony Tuesday, March 2, 2004, in Houston. On trial for murder for stabbing her husband 193 times, Wright says she killed him only after he raped her and threatened her with a butcher knife. (Houston Chronicle, Buster Dean) HOUCHRON CAPTION (03/14/2004): Susan Wright cries as prosecutor Kelly Siegler shows her a picture of her husband's body during testimony in Wright's murder trial on March 2. Siegler secured a murder conviction for Wright and a 25-year sentence in the case. Photo: BUSTER DEAN / Houston Chronicle
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Murder defendant Susan Wright cries as prosecutor Kelly Siegler shows her a picture of her husband's body during testimony Tuesday, March 2, 2004, in Houston. On trial for murder for stabbing her husband 193 times, Wright says she killed him only after he raped her and threatened her with a butcher knife. (Houston Chronicle, Buster Dean) HOUCHRON CAPTION (03/14/2004): Susan Wright cries as prosecutor Kelly Siegler shows her a picture of her husband's body during testimony in Wright's murder trial on March 2. Siegler secured a murder conviction for Wright and a 25-year sentence in the case. Photo: BUSTER DEAN / Houston Chronicle
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Murder defendant Susan Wright cries as prosecutor Kelly Siegler shows her a picture of her husband's body during testimony Tuesday, March 2, 2004, in Houston. On trial for murder for stabbing her husband 193 times, Wright says she killed him only after he raped her and threatened her with a butcher knife. (Houston Chronicle, Buster Dean) HOUCHRON CAPTION (03/14/2004): Susan Wright cries as prosecutor Kelly Siegler shows her a picture of her husband's body during testimony in Wright's murder trial on March 2. Siegler secured a murder conviction for Wright and a 25-year sentence in the case.
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The real Kelly Siegler has tried several blood-and-sex cases that Lifetime may be interested in. Photo: Melissa Phillip / Houston Chronicle
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The real Kelly Siegler has tried several blood-and-sex cases that Lifetime may be interested in.
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The real Kelly Siegler has tried several blood-and-sex cases...
Lisa Edelstein plays prosecutor Kelly Siegler in the new Lifetime movie Blue-Eyed Butcher. Photo: Jack Zeman / HC
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Lisa Edelstein plays prosecutor Kelly Siegler in the new Lifetime movie Blue-Eyed Butcher.
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Lisa Edelstein plays prosecutor Kelly Siegler in the new...
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Kelly Siegler, the prosecutor played by Lisa Edelstein in the film Blue-Eyed Butcher, has not seen the TV movie about Susan Lucille Wright, who was convicted of murdering her husband, Jeff Wright.
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However, Siegler offered a quote: "I am anxiously waiting to see the movie, worried that it won't accurately portray the murder of Jeff, the deceptive lies Susan concocted to try and get away with what she did or the true nature of their relationship."
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Prosecutor Siegler worked several blood-and-sex cases that would make perfect fodder for the Lifetime channel.
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In 2008, Siegler left the prosecutor's office after a failed bid to become elected Harris County district attorney. She began a private practice based in Houston.
There are more eye-opening Siegler cases for screenwriters to revisit, including the State of Texas vs. Bhogeshwernand Sharma: Sharma said he was a Hindu spiritual guide who could rid women of evil spirits with a womb-cleansing ritual. He was convicted of sexual assault.
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Prosecutor Kelly Siegler (Lisa Edelstein) says there is a monster hiding behind the demure, blond hair and blue eyes and does not let the jury forget that Jeff was stabbed 193 times.
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In Blue-Eyed Butcher, Susan cries a lot; Siegler gets in her face.
Child Sexual Molestation by Various Protestant Clergy
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"The elders sat at that kitchen table and listened to her tell what her brother had done," said Kelly Siegler, an assistant district attorney for Harris County. "All they did is tell him to stop and they prayed about it. They just blew it off. No one ever told the police. Siegler said she would have prosecuted elders for failing to report abuse if the two-year statute of limitations hadn't expired.
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Harris County prosecutors Kelly Siegler and Paul Doyle demonstrate during Susan Wright's 2004 murder trial how she tied her husband to a bed and stabbed him. Photo: KHOU-TV
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Murder defendant Susan Wright cries as prosecutor Kelly Siegler shows her a picture of her husband's body during testimony Tuesday, March 2, 2004, in Houston. On trial for murder for stabbing her husband 193 times, Wright says she killed him only after he raped her and threatened her with a butcher knife. (Houston Chronicle, Buster Dean) HOUCHRON CAPTION (03/14/2004): Susan Wright cries as prosecutor Kelly Siegler shows her a picture of her husband's body during testimony in Wright's murder trial on March 2. Siegler secured a murder conviction for Wright and a 25-year sentence in the case. Photo: BUSTER DEAN / Houston Chronicle
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Murder defendant Susan Wright cries as prosecutor Kelly Siegler shows her a picture of her husband's body during testimony Tuesday, March 2, 2004, in Houston. On trial for murder for stabbing her husband 193 times, Wright says she killed him only after he raped her and threatened her with a butcher knife. (Houston Chronicle, Buster Dean) HOUCHRON CAPTION (03/14/2004): Susan Wright cries as prosecutor Kelly Siegler shows her a picture of her husband's body during testimony in Wright's murder trial on March 2. Siegler secured a murder conviction for Wright and a 25-year sentence in the case. Photo: BUSTER DEAN / Houston Chronicle
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Murder defendant Susan Wright cries as prosecutor Kelly Siegler shows her a picture of her husband's body during testimony Tuesday, March 2, 2004, in Houston. On trial for murder for stabbing her husband 193 times, Wright says she killed him only after he raped her and threatened her with a butcher knife. (Houston Chronicle, Buster Dean) HOUCHRON CAPTION (03/14/2004): Susan Wright cries as prosecutor Kelly Siegler shows her a picture of her husband's body during testimony in Wright's murder trial on March 2. Siegler secured a murder conviction for Wright and a 25-year sentence in the case.
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Murder defendant Susan Wright is cross-examined by prosecutor Kelly Siegler during her murder trial in 2004. (Buster Dean / Houston Chronicle)
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Murder defendant Susan Wright is cross-examined by prosecutor Kelly Siegler during her murder trial in 2004. (Buster Dean / Houston Chronicle)
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Prosecutor Kelly Siegler demonstrates a stabbing motion for the jury during closing arguments in the punishment phase, 03/04/04, of Susan Wright's trial for the murder of her husband Jeffrey Wright in Judge Jim Wallace's 263rd District Court in the Criminal Justice Center. (Buster Dean/ Chronicle) HOUCHRON CAPTION (03/05/2004): Prosecutor Kelly Siegler makes stabbing motions as she shows in court Thursday how Susan Wright stabbed her husband, Jeffrey. Earlier in the trial, Siegler re-enacted the killing on a bed. Photo: Buster Dean, Houston Chronicle / Houston Chronicle
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Prosecutor Kelly Siegler demonstrates a stabbing motion for the jury during closing arguments in the punishment phase, 03/04/04, of Susan Wright's trial for the murder of her husband Jeffrey Wright in Judge Jim Wallace's 263rd District Court in the Criminal Justice Center. (Buster Dean/ Chronicle) HOUCHRON CAPTION (03/05/2004): Prosecutor Kelly Siegler makes stabbing motions as she shows in court Thursday how Susan Wright stabbed her husband, Jeffrey. Earlier in the trial, Siegler re-enacted the killing on a bed. Photo: Buster Dean, Houston Chronicle / Houston Chronicle
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Earlier in the trial, Siegler re-enacted the killing on a bed.
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Murder defendant Susan Wright is cross examined about stabbing injuries by prosecutor Kelly Siegler during her murder trial, in Judge Jim Wallace's 263rd District Court in the Criminal Justice Center. (Buster Dean/ Chronicle) HOUCHRON CAPTION (03/03/2004-2-STAR): Assistant District Attorney Kelly Siegler, right, warned jurors Tuesday not to trust murder defendant Susan Wright, left, and accused Wright of faking tears during her testimony.
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Murder defendant Susan Wright is cross examined about stabbing injuries by prosecutor Kelly Siegler during her murder trial, in Judge Jim Wallace's 263rd District Court in the Criminal Justice Center. (Buster Dean/ Chronicle) HOUCHRON CAPTION (03/03/2004-2-STAR): Assistant District Attorney Kelly Siegler, right, warned jurors Tuesday not to trust murder defendant Susan Wright, left, and accused Wright of faking tears during her testimony.
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"She cries when you're in the room and she stops when you leave," Siegler told jurors.
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HOUCHRON CAPTION (03/03/2004): Assistant District Attorney Kelly Siegler, right, warned jurors Tuesday not to trust murder defendant Susan Wright, left, and accused Wright of faking tears during her testimony.
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Prosecutor Kelly Siegler uses the murder weapon while demonstrating how long 193 stabbings takes during closing arguments in the punishment phase, 03/04/04, of Susan Wright's trial for the murder of her husband, Jeffrey Wright, in Judge Jim Wallace's 263rd District Court in the Criminal Justice Center. Siegler stopped at thirteen. (Buster Dean/ Chronicle). HOUCHRON CAPTION (03/14/2004): Prosecutor Kelly Siegler demonstrates stabbing motions during closing arguments of the murder trial against Susan Wright on March 4. Siegler's dramatizations often aim to personalize crimes for jurors. HOUCHRON CAPTION (04/30/2004): Assistant District Attorney Kelly Siegler acts out a murder scene in the trial of Susan Wright (NOT PICTURED) in March. On Thursday, Siegler again used courtroom theatrics in the trial of James Tucker (NOT PICTURED). Photo: Buster Dean, Houston Chronicle / Houston Chronicle
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Prosecutor Kelly Siegler uses the murder weapon while demonstrating how long 193 stabbings takes during closing arguments in the punishment phase, 03/04/04, of Susan Wright's trial for the murder of her husband, Jeffrey Wright, in Judge Jim Wallace's 263rd District Court in the Criminal Justice Center. Siegler stopped at thirteen. (Buster Dean/ Chronicle). HOUCHRON CAPTION (03/14/2004): Prosecutor Kelly Siegler demonstrates stabbing motions during closing arguments of the murder trial against Susan Wright on March 4. Siegler's dramatizations often aim to personalize crimes for jurors. HOUCHRON CAPTION (04/30/2004): Assistant District Attorney Kelly Siegler acts out a murder scene in the trial of Susan Wright (NOT PICTURED) in March. On Thursday, Siegler again used courtroom theatrics in the trial of James Tucker (NOT PICTURED). Photo: Buster Dean, Houston Chronicle / Houston Chronicle
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Prosecutor Kelly Siegler uses the murder weapon while demonstrating how long 193 stabbings takes during closing arguments in the punishment phase, 03/04/04, of Susan Wright's trial for the murder of her husband, Jeffrey Wright, in Judge Jim Wallace's 263rd District Court in the Criminal Justice Center.
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Siegler stopped at thirteen. (Buster Dean/ Chronicle). HOUCHRON CAPTION (03/14/2004): Prosecutor Kelly Siegler demonstrates stabbing motions during closing arguments of the murder trial against Susan Wright on March 4.
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On Thursday, Siegler again used courtroom theatrics in the trial of James Tucker (NOT PICTURED).
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Harris County prosecutors Kelly Siegler and Paul Doyle demonstrate during Susan Wright's 2004 murder trial how she tied her husband to a bed and stabbed him.
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Murder defendant Susan Wright cries as prosecutor Kelly Siegler shows her a picture of her husband's body during testimony Tuesday, March 2, 2004, in Houston. On trial for murder for stabbing her husband 193 times, Wright says she killed him only after he raped her and threatened her with a butcher knife. (Houston Chronicle, Buster Dean) HOUCHRON CAPTION (03/14/2004): Susan Wright cries as prosecutor Kelly Siegler shows her a picture of her husband's body during testimony in Wright's murder trial on March 2. Siegler secured a murder conviction for Wright and a 25-year sentence in the case.
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Murder defendant Susan Wright cries as prosecutor Kelly Siegler shows her a picture of her husband's body during testimony Tuesday, March 2, 2004, in Houston. On trial for murder for stabbing her husband 193 times, Wright says she killed him only after he raped her and threatened her with a butcher knife. (Houston Chronicle, Buster Dean) HOUCHRON CAPTION (03/14/2004): Susan Wright cries as prosecutor Kelly Siegler shows her a picture of her husband's body during testimony in Wright's murder trial on March 2. Siegler secured a murder conviction for Wright and a 25-year sentence in the case.
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Murder defendant Susan Wright is cross-examined by prosecutor Kelly Siegler during her murder trial in 2004. (Buster Dean / Houston Chronicle)
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Prosecutor Kelly Siegler demonstrates a stabbing motion for the jury during closing arguments in the punishment phase, 03/04/04, of Susan Wright's trial for the murder of her husband Jeffrey Wright in Judge Jim Wallace's 263rd District Court in the Criminal Justice C
Kelly Siegler | Attorney | Houston, Texas | HOME
www.kellysieglerlaw.com, 27 Aug 2014 [cached]
KELLY SIEGLER 1200 Binz, Suite 1300 HOUSTON, TEXAS 77004 Tel: 713.526.8247 Fax: 713.526.8248
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Kelly Siegler is a veteran prosecutor, known nationwide for her toughness, tenacity and skill in the courtroom. Kelly fought for justice for Harris County residents and crime victims for over 21 years until she resigned from the District Attorney's office in May 2008.
Kelly has been licensed as an attorney in the State of Texas since 1987. Since that time, in the more than two decades she worked as a prosecutor, Kelly rose through the ranks to become the Bureau Chief of the Special Crimes Bureau, which includes the Major Offenders Division, the Major Fraud Division, the Identity Theft Division, the Asset Forfeiture Division and the Consumer Fraud Division.
Kelly has prosecuted some of the toughest cases with some of the toughest criminals Harris County has seen. And she has done so against the most formidable and respected criminal defense attorneys in the state. She has tried approximately 200 jury trials and is not only respected for her ability in the courtroom but also sought out as a speaker and expert in effective courtroom advocacy. She has lectured all over the country on topics such as, "Final Arguments," "Jury Presentation," "Arguing Effectively for a Death Sentence", and "How to Pick a Jury."
Kelly has tried twenty capital murder death penalty cases and secured the death penalty in nineteen of those trials. A fierce advocate on behalf of crime victims and their families, she also has the respect of members of law enforcement agencies, not just in Harris County but also state-wide.
Kelly was raised in Blessing, Texas, a small town of 900 people in Matagorda County where her father owns a barber shop and her late mother managed several restaurants during her lifetime, including the historic Blessing Hotel. After Kelly graduated as the valedictorian from Tidehaven High School, in El Maton, she attended the University of Texas in Austin and received her degree in International Business in 1984. She received her law degree from South Texas College of Law in 1987.
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Gregory called former Texas ...
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Gregory called former Texas prosecutor Kelly Siegler and crime scene investigator Yolanda McClary from Cold Justice awesome and began to tear up when discussing the happiness the program has brought to families like hers.
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