Now in her second year on the bench in the 212th District Court, Judge Patricia Grady puts convicted Galveston County criminals behind bars and helps offenders overcome issues like addiction.
“One of the proudest moments I have as judge is when our system has been successful in helping someone overcome a drug or alcohol addiction,” Judge Grady said. “That for me is some of the best feedback when I come in and hear someone thank me for incarcerating them because that was the push they needed to ov...
The management of Galveston County’s political offices became a bit more of a family affair Thursday.
Seventeen public officials took oaths of office that morning during a ceremony at the county courthouse.
The swearing-in, a regular event held on New Year’s Day following an election year, typically features newly elected public officials taking the oath of office with the help of a family member. This year was no different, but did feature a couple families that already had the drill down pat.
AUSTIN, Texas – The Texas Civil Justice League PAC (TCJL PAC) today endorsed attorney Patricia Grady in the Republican primary for the 212th District in Galveston.
“Pat Grady has outstanding qualifications and deserves election to the district court bench,” John Fainter, TCJL Chairman, said. “She brings to the 212th District Court a broad background of experience in civil trial practice, as well as a long history of community involvement in Galveston.”
Patricia Grady, the conservative Republican Primary for the 212th Judicial District Court in Galveston County, has received the endorsement of Texans for Lawsuit Reform (TLR). TLR has been in the lead of the fight against frivolous lawsuits in Texas and it is uncommon for them to endorse a local judicial candidate. Patricia believes this endorsement reflects her reputation for fairness and independence from plaintiff’s lawyers and other special interest groups.