Private Warning of a Former Associate District Court Judge (12/4/20)
The judge lent the prestige of his judicial office to advance his own private interests, knowingly or recklessly misrepresented his identity, qualifications, present position, or other fact concerning himself, and engaged in willful conduct that was clearly inconsistent with the proper performance of his duties and that cast public discredit on the judiciary when he advertised on his Facebook page for and performed weddings in a manner which suggested his provision of those services came by virtue of his being a judge, when in fact, he was not authorized to perform such services as an associate judge. [Violation of Canons 2B and 5(1)(ii) of the Texas Code of Judicial Conduct and Article V, Section 1-a(6)A of the Texas Constitution.] Private Warning of a Former Associate District Court Judge. (12/4/20).