Keep on Truckin': Judge Opts for Life in Law Instead of Life on the Open Road

, Texas Lawyer

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Judging by his high school years in his hometown of Corpus Christi, it wasn't hard to see that Judge Martin Hoffman would have a career in public service someday. But before he traveled the path to public service, the young Hoffman longed for the open road as a truck driver. "And then when I was 14, I decided I wanted to be a lawyer," Hoffman says. Now he's judge of the 68th District Court in Dallas County.

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