Michael Landrum Is Running For The 129th Civil District Court

January 23, 2012 2:55 pm 0 comments

From Michael Landrum’s website:

My name is Michael Landrum, and I have recently announced my candidacy for the Republican nomination for Judge of the 129th Civil District Court. The seat is currently held by a man elected in the 2008 election changes at our county courthouse. My style and direction of judging is much more in line with that of the judge who held this seat and was defeated in 2008, Judge Grant Dorfman.

Our Civil District Courts are responsible for deciding disputes of all kinds involving individuals and businesses including negligence, contract, real property, consumer, employment, and many other types of cases.

I have always believed the conservative approach to serving as judge is to follow the law established in our Constitution and by our Legislature, and not to make law from the bench to fulfill an agenda.

Serving as a judge is a sacred trust. You and your neighbors are more likely to be personally affected by a judge’s rulings than by the actions of any other elected official. I understand and believe that an independent and efficient judiciary will always be the last bastion of democracy. You deserve a candidate who offers Judicial Experience, Attorney Qualifications and Community Roots.

Please take a few moments to review my background. I would enjoy hearing any questions or comments you may have.

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