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Jimmy Alan Hall is an experienced, well-respected, and reliable attorney who will be an excellent judge. He earned degrees from the University of Texas in architectural studies, public affairs, and law. Over the last 40 years, he did Texas legislative redistricting, was an environmental attorney for the State and a municipal prosecutor, championed environmental protection, and represented numerous clients in administrative and civil matters. Jimmy Alan is running for County Court No. 1 because he cares deeply for his community, is fair, and pursues justice for all, and will provide a more efficient, transparent, and agile court under increasing demands. Jimmy Alan’s caring for his community is reflected in his work for local community organizations such as the Imagine for All and Imagine Wimberley charitable nonprofits and Wimberley Valley Radio, his leadership roles in his church, his involvement in Wimberley Democrats, and mentoring students from Texas State and Wimberley ISD. Jimmy Alan has never met, and will never meet, a person with whom he does not want to chat, laugh, and share. He earns respect from all sides of issues through his even mannered and collaborative nature, through which he became a certified mediator and a trained collaborative law attorney. Using his analytical skills from the LBJ School of Public Affairs, Jimmy Alan sees solutions and improvements in the judicial system and asks, “Why not?” He sees several changes in the Hays County judicial system that will improve the efficiency and transparency in the administration of justice and avoid the harms of “Justice delayed is justice denied.” Jimmy Alan works hard and works smart, and he will work hard for everyone as a judge. He made the oath to conduct himself with integrity and civility in addressing and communicating with all parties when becoming an attorney and will do the same with the oath he plans on taking when being sworn in as the next judge for Hays County Court at Law No. 1.
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