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Bert Richardson was born on 1956, is an American judge. Discover Bert Richardson's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 64 years old?
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His wife is Terri Richardson
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Elected to the Court of Criminal Appeals with Richardson were Kevin Patrick Yeary, also of San Antonio, and David Newell, of Houston. The terms of all three judges expire on December 31, 2020. Richardson will be running against Gina Parker, an attorney from Waco, Texas, in the March 2020 Republican primary for reelection to Place 3. Richardson defeated Parker 51.84% to 48.16%, with over 1.7 million votes cast.
Richardson has been a special state judge on call. He was scheduled to hear the 2014 indictment of Governor Rick Perry for alleged abuse of official capacity by the Travis County District Attorney's office. After his election to the Court of Criminal Appeals, Richardson denied the motion to dismiss the case against the governor, as Perry's attorney had sought, based on long standing legal precedents of the State high court (Texas Court of Criminal Appeals) where he now sits.
In the Republican primary for the Court of Criminal Appeals on March 4, 2014, Richardson defeated Judge Barbara Walther, the first woman and the first Republican to serve on the 51st Texas District Court in San Angelo. Richardson polled 668,618 votes (60.4 percent) to Walther's 439,267 (39.6 percent). Richardson then prevailed in the general election, 2,738,412 (59.8 percent) to 1,617,921 (36.5 percent) for Democrat John Granberg.
Richardson began his legal career with the Bexar County district attorney's office in 1988 as Assistant District Attorney. In 1998, he started working as Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Texas in San Antonio. In 1999, Governor George W. Bush appointed Richardson, a Republican, to the 379th District Court Judge position. He remained on the bench, for 10 years, uncontested until his defeat in the 2008 general election by a Democrat, Ron Rangel, 263,857 (53.8 percent) to 227,015 (46.3 percent).