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... and Justice for All






2018 News and Events

2018 has already been a very eventful year. Paper files are a thing of the past and the probate courts are now fully online (with a few exceptions). The four probate courts were among the first courts to accommodate the criminal courts displaced by Harvey by temporarily combining into two courts. Subsequent to that, with the help of the Harris County IT Department, we were able to create an "ancillary" probate court to allow all probate courts to hear more matters during the week.

I want to thank my staff, who are as professional as it gets. It is a pleasure to show up for work every day and be around them. They are the ones behind the scenes who work so hard to prepare me, process the paperwork, and make things flow smoothly. As the November election nears, I also want to again thank those who have supported me over the years. It has been (and I hope continues to be) the highlight of my professional life.

November 6, 2018 - A very tough night for a lot of great Judges. No complaints here. The effort of the HCRP Leadership, the Republican Judges, the Republican Clubs, the Republican Groups, the Republican Precinct Chairs, and all the Republican Volunteers was over the top tremendous! This combined effort will benefit the Party for many elections to come and, remember, the end of straight party voting will be a whole new ballgame. Keep the faith and the enthusiasm! 2020 is right around the corner. By the way, I’ll be back in 2022!

“Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn't pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same, or one day we will spend our sunset years telling our children and our children's children what it was once like in the United States where men were free.” ― Ronald Reagan

“They tell us we must learn to live with less, and teach our children that their lives will be less full and prosperous than ours have been; that the America of the coming years will be a place where — because of our past excesses — it will be impossible to dream and make those dreams come true. I don't believe that. And, I don't believe you do either. That is why I am seeking the presidency. I cannot and will not stand by and see this great country destroy itself. Our leaders attempt to blame their failures on circumstances beyond their control, on false estimates by unknown, unidentifiable experts who rewrite modern history in an attempt to convince us our high standard of living, the result of thrift and hard work, is somehow selfish extravagance which we must renounce as we join in sharing scarcity. I don't agree that our nation must resign itself to inevitable decline, yielding its proud position to other hands. I am totally unwilling to see this country fail in its obligation to itself and to the other free peoples of the world.” ― Ronald Reagan