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jackJack E. Hunter

Jack Hunter, a Senior District Judge, is Board Certified in Criminal law. He served for 20 years as a State District Judge in the 94th District Court of Nueces County, presiding over 20,000 complex personal injuries, commercial litigation contracts, and family law cases. In addition, he served as the chief felony prosecutor and acting District Attorney for Nueces, Kenedy, and Kleberg Counties. He was a faculty member of the Texas Municipal Court Association Training Center as a court administrator and chief judge for the Corpus Christi Municipal Court.

Judge Hunter served as the Corpus Christi Bar Association President and was appointed to the advisory board of Leadership Corpus Christi. He has earned the Cecil Burney Humanitarian Award, the Spirit of Benevolence for Public Service Award, and has been in “Who’s Who in American Law,” “Who’s Who in America,” and “Who’s Who in the World”.

In addition to his judicial career, Judge Hunter also has devoted considerable time to helping the community, including founding Teen Court Corpus Christi, completed by over 2,000 young men and women, and Texans Against Gangs. He has been an adjunct professor in the Arts and Humanities Department of Corpus Christi State University (now Texas A&M University).  

A U.S. Army Veteran, he earned his Juris Doctorate degree in law from South Texas College of Law in Houston, Texas and is a certified mediator. He has been featured in NBC’s Hard Copy, CBS’s 48 Hours, and Texas Monthly. He has been published in the “Texas Bar Journal.” In recent years he has authored 4 books, including “From the Bench.”

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