Why Vote Linda Molina for Judge Bexar County Court at Law No.5
The record shows: Linda Molina combines the right experience and education with enthusiasm and temperament.
With Linda, what you see is what you get, every single time. A straight-shooter with an excellent legal resume, Linda enjoys trials and the judicial process. Her enthusiasm has carried her through heavy caseloads and helped develop her passion for working with people to resolve differences.
Linda Molina graduated and obtained her Law Degree from Southern Methodist University and received her Master’s from UTSA. When you vote for Linda Molina, you are supporting an excellent representative of our community… for our community.
As an Assistant District Attorney Linda Molina’s primary duty was not to convict, but to see that justice was done. That duty was carried out through conferring, negotiating, arguing and trying criminal matters in Bexar County courts.
Linda proudly worked as an Assistant District Attorney for 12 years in Bexar County. She handled all types of criminal cases at all points in the process, in both adult and juvenile courts, both felonies and misdemeanors, from arrest to jury trial.
Linda now works proudly as a criminal defense attorney, in Bexar, Guadalupe, and Comal counties. Because of her high-level of trial experience, she is qualified for court-appointed cases up to and including 2nd chair on death penalty cases.
She has handled thousands of criminal cases over the course of her legal career. These include, but are not limited to: capital murder, baby deaths, sexual assaults of children and adults, murder, aggravated assault, aggravated robbery, robbery, domestic violence, assault, DWI, theft, possession of child pornography, prostitution, and felony and misdemeanor level drug offenses.
Linda has tried approximately 120 cases. She has also handled countless motions and miscellaneous hearings.
“As judge, I’ll use every resource available to stop offenders from committing repeat offenses, including the full punishment range of up to the maximum of one-year limit jail time and careful evaluation of those who are granted community supervision. I will grant community supervision and monitor offenders closely to ensure they adhere to the guidelines set forth by the court. They will be monitored and assigned to successful, proven, programs to help rehabilitate them and prevent their becoming repeat offenders or, even worse, felony-level offenders. “
Public Service Record
- Assistant Criminal District Attorney, here in Bexar County
- Assistant Attorney General
- Texas General Land Office
- Dallas County District Attorney’s Office
I will work to process cases quickly.
I will keep the docket moving every day.
I will prevent defendants from languishing in jail with out a resolution to their case.
Equality & Fairness
I will treat everyone equally and with the same degree of fairness.
I will work with the criminal defense bar, the state, law enforcement, first responders, witnesses, and all participants in the process.
I will maintain a positive attitude to help create a pleasant courtroom environment for everyone who enters.
I will have respect for everyone involved in the process.