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School Degree Major Graduation
Baylor Law School, Baylor University J.D. Law School 1980
State / Court Date
Texas 1980
Texas Northern District Court N/A

TX State Lawyer Additional Information: Statutory Profile last Certification Date: 10/22/2015, State of Texas Record: Public Reprimand Primary Practice Location: Wichita Falls, Texas Firm Size: Solo

Service Type:Private

Language:Spanish

Update Date:2016-03-24


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1407 9Th St
Wichita Falls, TX 76301

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