A Shock to the System: From the Garden State to the Lone Star State

, Texas Lawyer

When Mark Rusch moved to Houston from New Jersey as a 12-year-old, he got a shock that's common among kids who grew up watching cowboy movies on television. "I thought there were going to be horses and tumbleweeds. And it was suburbia. I grew up on the west side of Houston, and it was far from the King Ranch," Rusch says. He now is judge of the 401st District Court in Collin County.

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