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Hon. W.C. Bud Kirkendall

Wrong Hon. W.C. Bud Kirkendall?

Board Member

Z & ZZ International Inc
2140 First Colony Blvd.
Sugar Land, Texas 77479
United States

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Background

Employment History

  • District Attorney
    Guadalupe County
  • Judge
  • District Attorney
    25th Judicial District Partner

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • law degree
    University of Texas School of Law
  • undergraduate degree
    Iowa State University
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Web References
W.C. "Bud" Kirkendall Judge, Court ...
www.zzi.net, 22 April 2014 [cached]
W.C. "Bud" Kirkendall Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 9
Seguin Gazette-Enterprise
www.seguingazette.com, 22 July 2003 [cached]
While being questioned by Guadalupe County District Attorney W.C. "Bud" Kirkendall, the defendant admitted to having pornographic magazines in his home at one time but said he "got rid of them immediately" when one of his daughters discovered them.
The man accused of having sexual intercourse with his daughters said he once showed the younger of the two girls a lingerie catalog that had arrived in the mail, and that he did so to see what his daughter thought of a pair of stockings, saying the young girl took an interest in fashion at the time.
Testimony by the defendant contrasted sharply with that of his daughters, both of whom took the witness stand on the trial's second day.
The younger daughter told jurors she still loves her father despite the alleged abuse, which she said led her to attempted suicide.She downplayed accusations that she and her sister had become rebellious against their father's authority and described disagreements between her and the defendant as "usual father-daughter arguments."
Unaware of the alleged assaults against her older sister, the girl said she was concerned that her father had gotten her pregnant last year when she was 14, shortly before a classmate she confided in told a high school guidance counselor, triggering an investigation.Despite her feelings for her father and his alleged instruction to refrain from telling anyone about incidents of sexual abuse, the girl said assaults became a routine she could no longer endure.
"I knew that I didn't like it and I didn't want it to happen again," the younger of the two sisters testified.
The elder sister said her father began abusing her when she was in the sixth grade and that she had participated in "over 100" sexual acts since 1998.Abuse included fondling, oral sex, sexual intercourse and, on one occasion, an incident in which her father allegedly sodomized her.
Hon. Bud Kirkendall ...
www.yourhonor.com, 29 July 2013 [cached]
Hon. Bud Kirkendall
2011-2012 Exemplary Judicial ...
www.yourhonor.com, 11 Mar 2013 [cached]
2011-2012 Exemplary Judicial Faculty Award: Hon. W.C. "Bud" Kirkendall
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Judge Kirkendall currently serves on the 2nd 25th District Court and has over 30 years of experience in law. Prior to taking the bench, he had a private practice in Seguin, TX, served as District Attorney for the 25th Judicial District from 1984 to 2004, and as a Briefing Attorney for the Court of Criminal Appeals. In 1996, Judge Kirkendall was named Prosecutor of the Year by the State Bar of Texas. He won the John Ben Sheppard Political Courage Award in 1993. He holds an undergraduate degree from Iowa State University and a law degree from the University of Texas School of Law.
Seguin Gazette-Enterprise
www.seguingazette.com, 12 Mar 2003 [cached]
Guadalupe County District Attorney W.C. "Bud" Kirkendall presented the jury with a possible timeline of events leading up to the murder and put a face on the victim showing the jury slides of E.G., as the victim was known to friends and family members.
Sandoval has maintained that he did go to Dies y Seis with two of his friends, but ran into his common-law wife at the event and left early.
However, Kirkendall pointed out that an eye witness who reportedly saw Diaz DeLeon and Sandoval near St. Andrew's Episcopal Church at approximately 11:45 p.m. would offer testimony that he saw them engaged in a struggle shortly before midnight.
Kirkendall added Sandoval's written statement from a decade earlier where Sandoval reportedly admitted he cut his hair at the urging of his father after a composite drawing was distributed to media outlets in Seguin and San Antonio.
Among some of the evidence presented in the case was a blue bandanna, discovered during the course of the investigation that is alleged to contain the DNA of both Sandoval and Diaz DeLeon.
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