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2008-01-17

Davis announces candidacy for 216th District Judge

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Joseph McKnight Davis recently announced his candidacy for district judge of the 216th Judicial District.

Davis, a trial attorney since 1984, has been practicing the last 14 years in Boerne with Nunley, Davis, Jolley, Cluck, Aelvoet, LLC. He recently established Davis Law Firm and is practicing as an independent legal counsel. Certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in Civil Trial Law in 1989, Davis has managed and negotiated hundreds of disputes, including more than 50 jury trial verdicts.

His civic involvement includes serving on various community organizations, national civic organizations, local church boards, and as an elected member and President of the Boerne Independent School District Board of Trustees.

“My supporters and I believe that my many years of successful trial and mediation experience have provided me with the tools needed to competently and effectively manage the legal issues associated with the position of district judge,” said Davis. “The experience I gained while serving on the Boerne ISD School Board will prove immensely helpful in managing the budget, staff, docket and organizational matters that come with the position of district judge.”

Davis also coached award winning debate and mock trial teams at Boerne High School for seven years. “I have a deep commitment to the youth of the district and would endeavor to include them in the judicial process,” he said.

Davis and his wife, Elizabeth, will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary this year. They are the parents of two daughters, Madeline and Libbye.

As a member of the Boerne First Baptist Church, Davis has worked with the youth program and currently serves as deacon. He serves as an ex-officio member of the Boerne Education Foundation, a director of the Trust Company and a Fellow of the State Bar Association.

A native of Odessa, Texas, Davis graduated Magna Cum Laude from Angelo State University in 1981 with a BA in History, before receiving his Juris Doctorate from Texas Tech University, School of Law in 1984.

“I respectfully ask for your support in the upcoming Republican primary, March 4, 2008, and I pledge to you, the citizens of the 216th District, that I will serve the district fairly, honestly and diligently,” said Davis at his candidacy announcement ceremony.
For additional information, contact www.davis4judge.com.