Licensed attorney in Texas, in good standing since 1983 I have served as a prosecutor, municipal judge and private practice lawyer for over 30 years.
I maintain the requisites to enable me to practice law, but would prefer alternate and less stressful wage-earning job.
My driving record is excellent and I take great care in all projects I undertake--their successes reflect on me personally.
I've managed office staff, interns, cases and witnesses for over 30 years.
--After completing B.A, studied in France for a year as a Rotary International Graduate Fellow;
--served as a news reporter (radio and print) and also as public information officer for a Texas agency;
--graduated from law school and became licensed attorney in 1983;
served as prosecutor, then municipal judge and defense and government lawyer--very responsible positions;
--I firmly believe that the quality of job I do is a perfect reflection of the kind of worker/employee I am.
I served as Assistant Criminal District Attorney through several hirings. I left, always in good standing to try other things and returned to my position. Dates stated here are estimates--it's been a long, long time ago
The name of the university at the time of my graduation was East Texas State University
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