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Texas Defense Bar Reads Declaration of Independence

For years, members of the Lubbock Criminal Defense Lawyers Association (LCDLA) have gathered on the steps of the Lubbock County Courthouse in early July. There, to honor America, they publicly read the Declaration of Independence, just as citizens in colonial times did in 1776. The public recitals are part of an effort sponsored by the…

2016 LCDLA Officers

The Lubbock Criminal Defense Lawyers Association recently inducted new officers and directors for 2016-2017. Seated (left-to-right) are Director Allison Clayton, President Taly Jacobs and Vice-President for Education Sara Johnson. Standing (left-to-right) are Past-President Frank Sellers, President-Elect Justin Kiechler, Director Dick Baker, Vice-President for Court Liaison Philip Wischkaemper, Director Michael King, and Secretary Rusty Gunter. Not…

LCDLA March Meeting

LCDLA held its monthly meeting on March 24, 2016. This was the first meeting held by new President Taly Jacobs. The upcoming service project with Grace Campus was discussed and the membership was excited to work with such an important community resource. Charles Blevins presented to the board for continuing education credit, and we welcomed…

Letter from your LCDLA President, Taly Jacobs

First and foremost, I would like to thank the members of LCDLA for giving me the honor of serving as President of our organization for the 2016-2017 term. When LCDLA was formed in 1980, its founding principles were to encourage, sponsor and promote within our legal bar and community. We encourage cooperation and facilitate a…

LCDLA Officers and Directors 2015-2016

Lubbock Criminal Defense Lawyers Officers and Directors 2015-2016: (seated) Brian Murray, Past President; Allison Clayton, Director; Michael King, Director; Anne Hazlewood, Treasurer. (standing) Chuck Lanehart, VP for court liaison; Justin Kiechler, VP for Education; Frank Sellers, President; Taly Jacobs, President-Elect; Donnie Yandell, Secretary; Jill Stangl, Director.

Frank Sellers Elected President of LCDLA

The Honorable Brian Quinn, Chief Justice of the Seventh Court of Appeals, addressed the LCDLA meeting this evening, on the subject of ethics: quite an inspirational talk. Someone remarked that it was the most well-behaved LCDLA crowd ever! New officers were elected, and Frank Sellers is the new LCDLA President. Congratulations to Frank and also…

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