Friday, May 27, 2022

Weir: Brent Hill running for 367th District Court Judge

Early voting for the primary election in Texas begins on February 14 and ends on February 25. Primary Election Day is March 1st. For those in Denton County who may not know where to vote, especially since the recent redistricting, and/or those who don’t know what type of identification is required, please click www.votedenton.gov

There are numerous candidates running for their party’s nomination. One of those candidates is Brent Hill who is running for the Republican nomination to the 367th District Court Judge. Mr. Hill came over for an interview to tell voters about himself and why he’s running for the judgeship. The following info was gathered from Mr. Hill’s campaign website: www.brenthillforjudge.com.

“Brent Hill has been a resident of Denton County since 2001 and practiced law in Denton and Cooke Counties for 23 years. During this time, he has tried over 60 District Jury Trials as both a Felony Prosecutor in the 235th District Court and as a private practitioner.

“Brent believes that service is not an option, it is a duty. He enlisted in the Army Reserves at the age of 17 and served honorably with the 871st and 980th Combat Engineers from 1989 to 1995. He continues to serve his community and state by Volunteering with Denton County Friends of the Family in their fight against Domestic Violence as both Board Member and Donor.

“He serves the local youth with the Dallas Safari Club and Tarrant County Big Brother/Big Sisters by teaching Archery and Gun Safety Lessons. Also, he is a member of the Louisiana Cajun Navy, a Volunteer Organization, that helps the Texas/Louisiana border when disastrous hurricanes strike. No matter the situation faced, he will succeed ethically, thoughtfully, and morally behind the bench as he is experienced with legal procedures of Criminal and Family Law.”

Bob Weir
Bob Weir is a former NYPD officer, long-time Flower Mound resident and former local newspaper editor.

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