Bulls, Branding and Barbed-Wire: Judge Terry Means Knows the Ropes

, Texas Lawyer

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Even though Fort Worth trades on its cowboy heritage, good luck finding anyone in that metropolis who knows how to rope a calf. Yet if a stampede ever broke out downtown, one person who'd know what to do is a bespectacled judge who sits in the city's federal courthouse. He's U.S. District Judge Terry Means of the Northern District of Texas.

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