Family Feud: Order Allowing Associate Judge to Practice Law at Issue

, Texas Lawyer

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A battle between County Court-at-Law No. 3 Judge Christopher Dupuy and a part-time district court associate family law judge over whether she also can practice as a family lawyer in his court is bringing attention to one of the most unusual judicial arrangements in Texas.

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  • Peter E. Ryba

    Let me guess. The Judge of the 306th Judicial District Court of Galveston County Texas is a Democrat and the Judge of County Court at Law No. 3 of Galveston County Texas is a Republican.

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