Approach the Bench

In His Brother's Footsteps

Judge Charles Mitchell Comes From a Long Line of Texas Lawyers

, Texas Lawyer

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Since the early 1900s, every generation in 273rd District Judge Charles Mitchell's family has included a lawyer. His maternal grandfather was the first, moving to San Augustine, Texas, at the turn of the century to practice law and eventually serve as county judge and a district judge. After receiving his law degree from the University of Houston Law Center in 1979, there was no question he'd return to San Augustine.

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