Texas Jurist Admonished for ID'ing Himself as Judge During DWI Arrest

The State Commission on Judicial Conduct has issued a public admonition against a Texas jurist who repeatedly identified himself as a judge to a sheriff's deputy who arrested him for driving while intoxicated.

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