Conroe, Texas Criminal Defense Lawyer Jim Sullivan was Endorsed by the Houston Chronicle in the 2010 Elections for Judge of the 248th Criminal District Court

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Conroe, Texas/Montgomery County Criminal Defense Lawyer Jim Sullivan represents real people charged with all kinds of misdemeanor and felony offenses.  If you need a serious Conroe, Texas criminal defense attorney, you can call him right now.  Even though he won a contested primary and was endorsed by the Houston Chronicle, Jim Sullivan did not win the election, but his loss is your gain.  He fights for and cares for all of his clients.

The Chronicle makes the following endorsements in criminal court races.


Oct. 11, 2010, 9:04PM

The 22 criminal district courts in Harris County process all felony charges against defendants 17 years or older or juveniles certified as adults.
On Monday the Chronicle endorsed candidates in eight races. In the remaining five contests we urge voters to support these candidates:

248th Criminal District Court: The Chronicle believes Democrat Jim Sullivan will bring years of trial experience as a defense attorney and a reformer’s zeal to the 248th. Sullivan, educated at Baylor University and South Texas College of Law, is a fluent Spanish speaker who has lived in Mexico and met his wife in that country. He says his familiarity with Latin American culture and language will give him an added sensitivity in the role of judge. Sullivan wants to focus on reducing jail overcrowding by increasing the granting of personal recognizance bonds for first-time nonviolent defendants and increasing the number of pretrial diversions. He also supports a fully funded public defender system. Sullivan says that these measures “will both save money and also increase justice for the indigent.”


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