With two busy practices and double-barreled earnings power, David and Courtney Angeli would be prime candidates for any list of Portland, Oregon-area "power couples." They certainly qualify as a "pow
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If it weren't for an inspirational criminal-justice professor, Robb Catalano may never have gone to law school, become a prosecutor and eventually assumed the bench of Tarrant County Criminal Distric
Judge Wade Birdwell of the 342nd District Court traces much of his success as a lawyer to verbal battles in public speaking competitions in high school. The experience in public speaking prepped Bird
Two, six, nine, 13, 14 and 16: Those numbers mean everything to Judge Steve Burgess. "That's what my life is about," he says about his six children, the youngest a toddler, the oldest a recently lice
When Scott Becker was a child, his dad came home from work and, still in his business clothes, took his boy into the back yard to play catch
Since high school, Bexar County Court-at-Law No. 5 Judge Jason Pulliam says he wanted to serve in the military because his brother, grandfather and other relatives served. Now the veteran of the U.S.
Judge Ron Enns of the 69th District Court in Dumas was motivated early in life to get an education and enter the legal profession. "Every time I complained about working too hard, my dad said, 'If yo
Although she presides in the 212th District Court in Galveston, Judge Susan Criss freely admits that dachshunds rule her life at home. "I've had them all my life," she says of the long, slim-bodied h
This summer, Judge Robin Darr misses Africa. Because of a family move, it's the first summer since 2006 that the judge of Midland's 385th District Court and her family have not traveled to Uganda or
Their membership in a German singing club was one factor that contributed to 267th District Judge Juergen "Skipper" Koetter's grandparents being imprisoned in a Texas internment camp during World War
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