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Catherine Crier

American judge

1954   -  

country of citizenship: United States of America
educated at: University of Texas at Austin, Southern Methodist University
occupation: lawyer, judge, politician, journalist, sports commentator
award received: Emmy Award

Catherine Jean Crier is an American journalist and author of A Deadly Game and The Case Against Lawyers. She was the youngest elected state judge in Texas history at age thirty and served as a Texas State District Judge for the 162nd District Court.Crier is currently a managing partner in Cajole Entertainment developing television, film, and documentary projects. She regularly appears as a guest contributor and panelist on various news programs, conducts speaking engagements across the country, and blogs for The Huffington Post. Her fifth book, Patriot Acts: What Americans Must Do to Save the Republic, was published in 2011. Her current events blog was launched to coincide with publication of the book.
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