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The Municipal Judges Book
7th Edition
by Ryan Kellus Turner and W. Clay Abbott

Overview


Featuring both historic and contemporary issues, The Municipal Judges Book critically analyzes the nature of municipal courts and the judge's role in the Texas criminal justice system. Each edition is updated to reflect changes in Texas statutory law as well as federal and state case law.
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Description


Featuring both historic and contemporary issues, The Municipal Judges Book critically analyzes the nature of municipal courts and the judge's role in the Texas criminal justice system. An ideal textbook for new judges and others interested in procedural and substantive laws impacting Texas municipal courts, the content includes (1) an introduction to municipal courts and the Texas judicial system, (2) role of the judge, (3) an overview of judicial ethics, (4) an introduction to the rights of the accused and victims, (5) judgments, indigence, and enforcement, (6) contempt, and (7) the adjudication of juveniles in municipal and justice courts.
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About the author


Ryan Kellus Turner is General Counsel and Director of Education for the Texas Municipal Courts Education Center and is also Deputy City Attorney for the City of Dripping Springs and a Substitute Associate Judge on the Austin Municipal Court. Prior to joining TMCEC in 1999, Ryan served as Briefing Attorney for Judge Sharon Keller at the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals. He obtained his juris doctorate from Southern Methodist University School of Law and his Bachelor's Degree in Psychology with highest honors from St. Edward's University, Austin, Texas, where he teaches as an adjunct faculty member in the School of Behavioral and Social Sciences. A native Texan, Judge Turner was raised in the north Texas town of Vernon. He has written more than 70 published articles pertaining to criminal law, criminal procedure, municipal law, and juvenile justice and is the co-author of the books Lone Star Justice: A Comprehensive Overview of the Texas Criminal Justice System and The Municipal Judges Book. He is the 2016 recipient of the State Bar of Texas Outstanding Government Lawyer Award. In 2018, he received the State Bar of Texas Nancy L. Garms Memorial Award which recognizes the dedication of an attorney or judge to the advancement of local political and legal education in Texas.
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Book details

Genre:LAW

Subgenre:Courts

Language:English

Pages:200

eBook ISBN:9781543950571


Overview


Featuring both historic and contemporary issues, The Municipal Judges Book critically analyzes the nature of municipal courts and the judge's role in the Texas criminal justice system. Each edition is updated to reflect changes in Texas statutory law as well as federal and state case law.

Read more

Description


Featuring both historic and contemporary issues, The Municipal Judges Book critically analyzes the nature of municipal courts and the judge's role in the Texas criminal justice system. An ideal textbook for new judges and others interested in procedural and substantive laws impacting Texas municipal courts, the content includes (1) an introduction to municipal courts and the Texas judicial system, (2) role of the judge, (3) an overview of judicial ethics, (4) an introduction to the rights of the accused and victims, (5) judgments, indigence, and enforcement, (6) contempt, and (7) the adjudication of juveniles in municipal and justice courts.

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About the author


Ryan Kellus Turner is General Counsel and Director of Education for the Texas Municipal Courts Education Center and is also Deputy City Attorney for the City of Dripping Springs and a Substitute Associate Judge on the Austin Municipal Court. Prior to joining TMCEC in 1999, Ryan served as Briefing Attorney for Judge Sharon Keller at the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals. He obtained his juris doctorate from Southern Methodist University School of Law and his Bachelor's Degree in Psychology with highest honors from St. Edward's University, Austin, Texas, where he teaches as an adjunct faculty member in the School of Behavioral and Social Sciences. A native Texan, Judge Turner was raised in the north Texas town of Vernon. He has written more than 70 published articles pertaining to criminal law, criminal procedure, municipal law, and juvenile justice and is the co-author of the books Lone Star Justice: A Comprehensive Overview of the Texas Criminal Justice System and The Municipal Judges Book. He is the 2016 recipient of the State Bar of Texas Outstanding Government Lawyer Award. In 2018, he received the State Bar of Texas Nancy L. Garms Memorial Award which recognizes the dedication of an attorney or judge to the advancement of local political and legal education in Texas.
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