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Republic Royalty Company, Relator, v. The Honorable Joe B. Evins, Judge, 206TH Judicial District Court, Hidalgo County, Texas, Respondent.
One of the first lessons that ...
One of the first lessons that Joe Evins taught his prized pupil was to run a legal practice like a business.
Evins, the former district court judge and county commissioner, imparted instructions on taking more cases from paying clients than indigent ones if he wanted to keep the lights on.
told the young attorney just out of the University of Houston's
law class of 1972 to initially forgo areas of practice and be willing to accept any case that came into his
office if he
wanted to keep its doors open.
The wisdom stuck with Ramon Garcia, who began a legal career in Evins' office that led him to the elected seat he'll regain today.
, who will swear the county judge-elect into office today, said Garcia's intelligence, his
legal background and his
knowledge of Hidalgo County will serve him in his
"(The county judge) is the most underpaid and unappreciated job in the county for what they have to do if they want to do it right," Evins
"Therein lies the difference.
Townsend and the conference table makes ...
Townsend and the conference table makes a decision, you are independent financially, you make independent decisions," conference table Garcia's friend, first boss and retired state district court judge Joe B. Evins.
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"We have a project that is also needed that nobody really wants to talk about, and that's a new courthouse," García told the gathering at Edinburg City Hall that included Congressman Rubén Hinojosa, D-Mercedes, McAllen Mayor Richard Cortéz, and former longtime - and now retired - Hidalgo County 206th District Court Judge Joe B. Evins.
EDINBURG - Hidalgo County welcomed the ...
EDINBURG - Hidalgo County welcomed the new year by ushering in its newest chief when Interim Judge Ramon Garcia was officially sworn into office on Jan. 1 at the Edinburg City Hall by Judge Joe Evins, Garcia's longtime mentor.