“I, Livia Francis, do solemnly swear, that I will faithfully execute the duties of the office of the 283rd Judicial District Court of the State of Texas, and will to the best of my ability preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution and laws of the United States and of this State, so help me God.“

November 20, 2017

When I took the oath of office, I made a promise to the citizens of Dallas County that I would pursue justice and protect the rights of ALL who come before the court. My twenty-three years of experience in criminal law as a prosecutor, defense attorney and district judge gives me a unique perspective of the criminal justice system.

I have seen “the good and the bad” from all sides and it motivates me to do what is right. There is still much work to be done. Mental illness is a continuing and growing issue within the criminal justice system. The use of heroin among our younger generation is rising. Caseload must be addressed – citizens accused of a crime and victims, many of them children, often have to wait up to two or more years before they have their day in court.

These are but a few of the issues the criminal justice system faces but these issues are important to me. I ask for your vote so that I can continue to ensure Justice For All.

Livia Francis

Judge, 283rd District Court

 

 

Keep Judge Livia Francis, 283rd District Court

Keep Judge Livia Francis, 283rd District Court

When I took the oath of office, I made a promise to the citizens of Dallas County that I would pursue justice and protect the rights of ALL who come before the court. My twenty-three years of experience in criminal law as a prosecutor, defense attorney and district judge gives me a unique perspective of the criminal justice system.

I have seen “the good and the bad” from all sides and it motivates me to do what is right. There is still much work to be done. Mental illness is a continuing and growing issue within the criminal justice system. The use of heroin among our younger generation is rising. Caseload must be addressed- citizens accused of a crime and victims, many of them children, often have to wait up to two or more years before they have their day in court.

These are but a few of the issues the criminal justice system faces but these issues are important to me. I ask for your vote so that I can continue to ensure Justice For All.

 

Livia Francis Judge

283rd District Court

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