Judge Kelly M. Cross has a degree from the University of Louisville, a Masters Degree in Business Administration from Xavier University and her law degree from St. Mary’s University School of Law. Admitted […]
Tylden Shaeffer has concentrated his law practice on criminal justice since 1991. He spent the first nine years out of law school in the Bexar County District Attorney’s Office. He rose quickly to the […]
Home should be a safe place but for many in our community it’s not. When dysfunction in a family, household or dating relationship becomes violent, people in Bexar County often find themselves […]
By serving as judge, I hope to make San Antonio safer, assess appropriate consequences for those who break the law, treat all with dignity and respect, and increase courtroom efficiency.
I have the skills and qualifications to accomplish these tasks and am endorsed by the San Antonio Police Officers’ Association. I ask for your vote this fall!
About Tommy Stolhandske Tommy Stolhandske is a third generation Bexar County attorney. He is proud to work with and learn from his grandfather, former Bexar County Commissioner Tom Stolhandske and father, local […]
The District Attorney (D.A.) is the chief law enforcement official and lead attorney for the County. Currently, in the Bexar County DA’s office, there are eight divisions within the District Attorney’s Office: […]
By Lorelei Pierce You probably enter the voting booth knowing who you will support for Governor, Attorney General, and candidates in a variety of Texas state races. But have you ever put […]
She was arrested for prostitution, and then her life changed By Josh Brodesky, San Antonio Express-News Getting arrested for prostitution saved Lirio’s life. She once roamed the streets and sold herself to feed […]