houston – On Tuesday afternoon, relatives of those allegedly killed at the hands of repeat violent offenders were released from prison on multiple felony charges, accusing a judge in the current Democratic Criminal District Court.
Chuck Cook, son of murder victim Rosalie Cook, said, “You can’t hold them accountable. The only thing you can do is get them fired.”
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The six judges we reported most seeking re-election are 230th Justice Chris Morton, 262nd Justice Lori Chambers Gray, 180th Justice DaShawn Jones, and 248th Hillary.・Judge Anger, 232nd Judge Josh Hill, 228th Judge Frank Aguiler.
They have released at least six repeat violent offenders on multiple felony charges, all of whom have become murder suspects.
“I have practiced criminal law for 16 years.
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McLaughlin is facing 262nd Criminal District Court Judge Lori Chambers Gray.
Lori Chambers Gray has granted multiple bails to 12 defendants accused of committing murder.
“This court has the highest number of cases of any of the 23 felony courts,” McLaughlin said. “When we say caseload, we mean open cases on this docket. Last time I checked, there were nearly 3,000.”
“I have been in public service for over 30 years,” said attorney Tami Pearce.
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Pierce wants to remove 180th Criminal District Court Judge DeShawn Jones.
He paid multiple bails for nine defendants who later became murder suspects.
“I saw what I believed to be injustice. I allowed it,” Pierce said.
Julian Ramirez said, “I’ve been a lawyer for 32 years and I’ve been a full time prosecutor.
Ramirez wants to overthrow 248th Judge Hillary Unger.
She released eight violent defendants from multiple custody who were accused of killing people.
“I have the experience and the knowledge to do the job, so I was in a position to do something about it,” Ramirez said. I’m here.”