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2020 Judicial Comparison
Texas Fourteenth Court of Appeals
Place 7

 

Other candidates for this office: Dominic J. Merino (D)




Tamika Craft
(Democrat)




Ken Wise*
(Republican)


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Austin, Texas 78768
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Attorney


Justice
Fourteenth Court of Appeals
Place 7
2013-present


Bachelor of Science, Criminal Justice- University of Houston


B.S., Finance
Texas A&M University
Mays School of Business
1991


South Texas College of Law, July 2003


University of Houston Law Center
1994


2003


1994





Justice
Fourteenth Court of Appeals
Place 7
2013-present


  • Administrative Judge for the Texas Education Agency since 2013


  • 2011-13: Judge, 334th District Court
  • 2002-08: Judge, 152nd District Court


  • I have been a licensed attorney since November 2003. I have practiced in every area that I will address on the 14th Court of Appeals, including but not limited to, civil law, criminal law, education law, family law, labor and employment law and probate law.
    I am also a licensed mediator and arbitrator and have conducted hundreds of mediations and arbitrations since 2003.


  • 2009-11: Partner; Fridge, Resendez & Wise LLC
  • Adjunct Professor, University of Houston Law Center







  • All Texas state and federal courts
  • 1st, 13th, and 14th Courts of Appeals
  • U.S. Supreme Court


  • All Texas State courts
  • U.S. Dist. Court, Southern Dist. of Texas








      2014 Texas General Election
      Justice, 14th Court of Appeals
      Place 7
      58.24% v. Gordon Goodman

      2012 Texas General Election
      Judge, 334th Judicial District
      50.32% v. Donna Roth (D)

      2008 Texas General Election
      Judge, 152nd Judicial District
      48.90% v. Robert Schaffer (D)

      2004 Texas General Election
      Judge, 152nd Judicial District
      Unopposed

      2002 Texas General Election
      Judge, 152nd Judicial District
      Unexpired Term
      53.67% v. Diane Feiler (D)


















                • Director, Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo
                • Advisory Director, Former Texas Ranger Foundation

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