Dallas Bar Association

Contested Judicial Candidates Participate in Public Forums

The public is invited to four public forums to hear from contested judicial candidates for Civil, Probate, Family and Criminal Courts.

Candidates invited to participate at the forum on Tuesday, February 11, at 5:00 p.m. at the Belo Mansion (2101 Ross Avenue, Dallas, TX) are: Carlos Cortez and Bonnie Lee Goldstein (44th Civil District Court); Marty Lowy and Staci Williams (101st Civil District Court); Ingrid Michelle Warren and Chris Wilmoth (Probate Court 2); and Margaret Jones-Johnson and Mike Miller (Probate Court 3). This forum will be moderated by Victor Vital, a Shareholder at Greenberg Traurig LLP.

Candidates invited to participate at the forum on Wednesday, February 12, at 5:00 p.m. at Belo are: Kim Cooks and Lori Chrisman Hockett (255th Family District Court); Craig Bonham , Mary Brown, David Hanschen, Lawrence J. Praeger and George White (301st Family District Court); Randall Grubbs and Andrea Plumlee (330th Family District Court); and Andrea Martin and Bill Mazur (304th Family District Court). This forum will be moderated by John Council, a senior reporter with Texas Lawyer.

Candidates invited to participate at the forum on Thursday, February 20, at Noon at the Frank Crowley Courthouse, Criminal District Court No. 1, 6th Floor are: Remeko Edwards and Nancy Mulder (County Criminal Court No. 4); Trey Bunch, Lisa Green, Bruce Kaye and Etta J. Mullin (County Criminal Court No. 5); Rob Cañas and LeDouglas Johnson (County Criminal Court No. 10); and William Barr, Jennifer Bennett and Anthony Eiland (265th Criminal District Court). This forum will be moderated by Barry Sorrels, a Partner at Sorrels, Udashen & Anton.

Candidates invited to participate at the final forum on Friday, February 21, at Noon at the Frank Crowley Courthouse, Criminal District Court No. 1, 6th Floor are: Tammy Kemp and Lena Levario (204th Criminal District Court); Andy Chatham and Amber Givens (282nd Criminal District Court); Justin Lord and Rick Magnis (283rd Criminal District Court); Susan Anderson and Stephanie N. Mitchell (291st Criminal District Court); Brandon Birmingham and Larry Mitchell (202nd Criminal District Court); and Tracy Holmes and Nigel Redmond (363rd Criminal District Court). This forum will be moderated by Barry Sorrels, a Partner at Sorrels, Udashen & Anton.

These events are free. Sponsored by the Judiciary and Public Forum Committees of the Dallas Bar Association, the programs are intended to educate the Dallas legal community and public of the backgrounds and philosophies of the candidates. The Dallas Bar Association is a non-partisan organization.

Those interested in attending are asked to RSVP to Kathryn Zack at kzack@dallasbar.org so adequate seating is available. For questions, contact (214) 220-7400.

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