Wednesday, May 27, 2015
1012 C Street Floresville, TX 78114 Phone: 830-216-4519 Fax: 830-393-3219
CANDIDATES' FORUM: Rebeca C. Martinez, Democrat
■ 4th Court of Appeals, Pl. 7
I am a proud veteran’s daughter, one of five children raised in a military family. A graduate of Incarnate Word Academy with honors and Southern Methodist University as a University Scholar, I later received my law degree from Boston University School of Law, earning the prestigious Faculty Award. I am the only candidate with both federal and state law clerkship experience. With almost 20 years of practice, I have represented individuals and businesses in a variety of complex civil and criminal matters, including class actions. A member of the State Bar College and Pro Bono College, I have been recognized for outstanding service to the legal profession. . . .
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