Roland Saul

Judge at 222nd Judicial District Court

222nd Judicial District Court
Wrong Roland Saul?

Last Updated 11/24/2002

General Information

Employment History

Criminal District Attorney  - Deaf Smith County

District Attorney  - 


Texas Tech University

WBU degree  - 

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Amarillo Globe-News: Local News: Education Briefs 11/24/02

Roland Saul of Hereford received the Distinguished Leadership Award.A basketball player from Plainview, Saul earned his WBU degree in 1970 and continued his education at Texas Tech University in Lubbock.He worked as a private practice attorney for several years before serving for 24 years as criminal district attorney for Deaf Smith County.He was appointed judge of the 222nd Judicial District Court in August 2002 by Gov.

Read More | Dallas-Fort Worth | State/Regional

If convicted, Guerrero faces two to 20 years in prison and a fine up to $10,000 on each count, District Attorney Roland Saul said. The three indecency charges involved three children, Saul said, and all three of the alleged incidents occurred in Hereford between the summer of 2001 and March of this year.

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Brill's Content: Lie Detector: To Catch a Thief

But Thompson cannot claim credit for Reid's conviction in Texas, says Roland Saul, criminal district attorney of Deaf Smith County, near Amarillo, where Reid was tried.

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