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Judge Fancy H. Jezek

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  • law degree
    Baylor University Law School
  • bachelor's degree , political science
    University of Mary Hardin-Baylor
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The Killeen Daily Herald - Perry appoints Bell district judge, 10 Jan 2007 [cached]
Gov. Rick Perry on Tuesday announced the appointment of Fancy H. Jezek, of Temple, as judge of the 426th Judicial District Court, serving Bell County.
Jezek, who was sworn in Monday, will serve until the next general election.
Jezek joins Bell County district judges Rick Morris, Joe Carroll, Martha Trudo and Gordon Adams on the bench at the county courts building.
Jezek said she believes she will be in court as soon as Tuesday.Though it's a quick turnaround, she said she is excited about having the opportunity to serve as Bell County's newest judge.
"I'm very excited and looking forward to the opportunity," she said."The Legislature created the court because of the need in Bell County."
Jezek is a partner at Holbrook, Jezek and Griffin in Harker Heights and is a trained mediator with family law emphasis.She is a member of the Texas Bar Association and the Bell County Bar Association.Jezek is board-certified in family law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.She serves as an attorney for the Bell County Water Control and Improvement District No. 3 board.Jezek also serves the Killeen and Temple independent school districts as a school attorney and an adviser to the board of trustees.
She said that after serving Bell County in her private practice, she now feels qualified to take over the bench seat, especially in an area that is in such great need because of the growing caseload.
"It's just something I want to do," Jezek said."I think as a practicing attorney for these 26 years have given me experience and knowledge that I can bring to the citizens of Bell County."
Jezek received her bachelor's degree in political science from the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor and her law degree from Baylor University Law School.
District Judge, 426th Judicial District: ..., 3 Aug 2013 [cached]
District Judge, 426th Judicial District: Fancy Jezek
The Killeen Daily Herald - Mother gave judge a fancy' new name new name, 12 Feb 2007 [cached]
BELTON - It's an unusual name for a judge, Fancy, and one that people don't forget - or mind inquiring about.
People frequently ask about the name's origin when they first meet her, Judge Fancy Jezek says.
Jezek, the first judge for the 426th District Court in Bell County newly formed this year, originally was named Gladys after her grandmother.
But what started off as a nickname used by family members became her legal name thanks to a rule-bound kindergarten teacher.
"I didn't get to be Fancy (officially) until I was in kindergarten," she said.
That is what everybody at home called her, Jezek said, explaining that the only time she wasn't called Fancy was when she was in trouble and her mother would call her by her full name.
Then school started, and her teachers kept calling her Gladys, refusing the cutesy moniker.
"I cried the first week because they called me by my real name, and I thought I was in trouble," Jezek said.
Her mother went to the school and explained to the teachers that if they called her daughter Fancy, she would stop crying a solution that wasn't acceptable to the school officials.
"They said we don't call children by their nicknames," Jezek said."So (my mother) took me out of school and took me to the courthouse and changed my name."
It's that type of unwillingness to simply accept things without question that her mother displayed that has influenced Jezek throughout her life.
After growing up in Houston, Jezek practiced law in Bell County for 26 years following graduation from Baylor University Law School in 1980.
All of the defendants are expected ..., 25 July 2008 [cached]
All of the defendants are expected back in the courtroom Aug. 13 when testimony aimed at helping Judge Fancy Jezek determine appropriate punishments will continue.
Texas Government Insider by Strategic Partnerships, Inc., 24 Mar 2007 [cached]
Fancy H. Jezek, of Harker Heights, as Judge, 426th Judicial District;
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