Judge Sedrick T. Walker II

Judge Sedrick T. Walker II Sedrick T. Walker II is the presiding judge of Harris County Criminal Court at Law No. 11. Sedrick is a native of Houston and was raised in Stafford, Texas.

He graduated from Texas A&M University with a degree in Political Science and received his law degree from the University of Texas School of Law. Sedrick is currently a criminal defense attorney that handles misdemeanor and felony in cases primarily in Harris and Fort Bend counties. Sedrick previously worked as an Assistant District Attorney with the Harris County District Attorney's Office.

He graduated from Texas A&M University with a degree in Political Science and received his law degree from the University of Texas School of Law. Sedrick is currently a criminal defense attorney that handles misdemeanor and felony in cases primarily in Harris and Fort Bend counties. Sedrick previously worked as an Assistant District Attorney with the Harris County District Attorney's Office.

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I’m honored to have the support of the Latino Labor Leadership Council of Southeast Texas.
07/17/2021

I’m honored to have the support of the Latino Labor Leadership Council of Southeast Texas.

I’m honored to have the support of the Latino Labor Leadership Council of Southeast Texas.

Thanks to the Texas Coalition of Black Democrats for selecting me as a member of the inaugural class of Top 40 Elected O...
04/04/2021

Thanks to the Texas Coalition of Black Democrats for selecting me as a member of the inaugural class of Top 40 Elected Officials and Community Leaders Under 40. I’m honored to be included within this accomplished group of young leaders across the State of Texas.

#harriscounty #txcoalitionofblackdems

Thanks to the Texas Coalition of Black Democrats for selecting me as a member of the inaugural class of Top 40 Elected O...
04/04/2021

Thanks to the Texas Coalition of Black Democrats for selecting me as a member of the inaugural class of Top 40 Elected Officials and Community Leaders Under 40. I’m honored to be included within this accomplished group of young leaders across the State of Texas.

Thanks to the Texas Coalition of Black Democrats for selecting me as a member of the inaugural class of Top 40 Elected Officials and Community Leaders Under 40. I’m honored to be included within this accomplished group of young leaders across the State of Texas.

Thanks to the National Association for Presiding Judges and Court Executive Officers (NAPCO) for inviting me to serve as...
01/25/2021

Thanks to the National Association for Presiding Judges and Court Executive Officers (NAPCO) for inviting me to serve as a panelist for their most recent webinar.

Thanks to the National Association for Presiding Judges and Court Executive Officers (NAPCO) for inviting me to serve as a panelist for their most recent webinar.

The early voting period begins Tuesday, October 13, 2020.  View the list of over 100 early voting locations at https://h...
10/11/2020

The early voting period begins Tuesday, October 13, 2020. View the list of over 100 early voting locations at https://harrisvotes.com/Locations. Harris County will also provide one day of 24-hour voting on October 29 at eight different locations.

#votingmatters #HarrisCounty

Justice Ginsburg cited the Sweatt case in her majority opinion in U.S. v. Virginia - the case that struck down the Virgi...
09/19/2020

Justice Ginsburg cited the Sweatt case in her majority opinion in U.S. v. Virginia - the case that struck down the Virginia Military Institute's male-only admissions policy in 1996. Another important reminder of how the courts (local, state, and federal) have a major impact on issues affecting individual rights.

Today is the 70th anniversary of the integration of The University of Texas! On September 19, 1950, Heman Sweatt finally registered for his classes at Texas Law. Sweatt had first applied on February 26, 1946, but U.T. President Theophilus Painter and Texas Attorney General Grover Sellers refused to accept him, citing Texas' segregation laws. Sweatt and his attorney, Thurgood Marshall, prevailed in the U.S. Supreme Court four years later, in a unanimous landmark decision, changing the face of American higher education. Learn more about this civil rights hero and Texas Law's first African-American student here: https://bit.ly/3hGWINT

09/11/2020
Harris County Community Supervision and Corrections Department

Thanks to Harris County CSCD for organizing today's SOBER Court "Car Parade" Graduation. Although our traditional ceremony was postponed, it was important to find another way to honor the graduates for their outstanding achievements.

Sober Court "social distancing" Graduation Day 9-10-2020. Thanks to all the judges, staff, and of course clients who put in the hard work. As you'll hear in this video, lives have changed for the better because of this program. #restoringhope #changinglives #CSCDcares #publicsafety.

03/13/2020

The Harris County Criminal Courts at Law advisory regarding COVID-19.

“NOTICE: March 13, 2020

In an effort to encourage the safety of the public and court staff members from COVID-19, the County Criminal Court at Law Judges are NOT requiring accused individuals on the bond docket, to come to Court unless they are (1) scheduled for an arraignment setting, (2) set for a plea, (3) do not have an attorney of record, or (4) directly ordered by the Judge of the presiding court. Missed court appearance will NOT lead to bond forfeitures or bond revocations outside of the above four exceptions. All individuals with an attorney, hired or appointed, shall NOT attend their court settings until further notice. Please continue to contact your attorney if you have questions.

If anybody is having symptoms similar to COVID-19, recently travelled internationally, or has come in contact with somebody who has travelled internationally, DO NOT COME TO COURT until released from isolation by your Health Care Physician. Contact the Court and the Court will make the necessary scheduling changes to accommodate.

Attorneys: dockets will continue to run, with the exception of County Court # 8. As of March 12, 2020, jury services have been suspended until March 20, 2020 with the Board reserving the right to extend that Order. Please check the District Courtswebsite for updates on jury service (https://www.justex.net/). Once jury services are up and running again, please contact the individual court for further instructions on jury trials. Please inform your clients and their families of the Courts instructions.”

Happy Holidays from the Harris County Criminal Court No. 11 team!
12/24/2019

Happy Holidays from the Harris County Criminal Court No. 11 team!

11/12/2019
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U.S. Marine Corps

This #VeteransDay, we remember the common bond that all veterans share.

09/20/2019

Due to recent weather, Harris County Criminal Courts at Law 1 - 16 have canceled bond dockets set for Friday, September 20, 2019.

All cases set on the Friday docket with a defendant in custody will proceed as normal. If you have questions, contact the court in which the case is pending.

Court 11 has an outstanding group of experienced and professional individuals who operate seamlessly as a team.  It’s an...
08/29/2019

Court 11 has an outstanding group of experienced and professional individuals who operate seamlessly as a team. It’s an immense pleasure to work with them day in and day out. #HarrisCounty #Teamwork

Effective May 20, 2019, the Harris County Criminal Courts at Law will be located at the Criminal Justice Center.
05/20/2019

Effective May 20, 2019, the Harris County Criminal Courts at Law will be located at the Criminal Justice Center.

11/10/2018

The election is over, but the journey is just beginning. I’m humbled to be elected Judge of Harris County Criminal Court No. 11, and I'm ready to get to work.

This moment would not be possible without the support of my family, friends, and colleagues. The Harris County Democratic Party, Texas Democratic Party, fellow candidates, precinct chairs, and volunteers developed the foundation of the historic outcome we achieved last night.

Special thanks to my opponent, Aaron Burdette for running a professional campaign and his commitment to serving the people of Harris County.

Houston METRO
11/05/2018

Houston METRO

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10/29/2018

“We have to do what we can to save our democracy.” - Congressman & Civil Rights Icon John Lewis

#vote2018

Houston METRO
10/26/2018

Houston METRO

TOMORROW: We're doing everything we can to ensure that transportation will NOT be a barrier to getting to the polls. METRO is offering FREE RIDES to polling locations on all METRORail, local buses, and METROLift paratransit services. Make your voice heard! https://bit.ly/2EI3zst ^B

10/25/2018

The top of your ballot is only the beginning, not the end.
#VoteAFullBallot

Harris County Tejano Democrats
10/24/2018
Harris County Tejano Democrats

Harris County Tejano Democrats

Jobs. Education. Health Care. Para nuestras familias, vote straight ticket Democratic! Early vote from Oct. 22 to Nov. 2. Vote today!

Houston METRO
10/24/2018

Houston METRO

Have you heard? METRO is offering FREE RIDES to the polls this Saturday and on Election Day! Get out and make your voice heard! https://bit.ly/2EI3zst ^B

Here's the Houston Chronicle's take on my candidacy for Judge of Harris County Criminal Court No. 11.
10/20/2018

Here's the Houston Chronicle's take on my candidacy for Judge of Harris County Criminal Court No. 11.

Please visit www.mytexasvotes.com and create your voting plan for this historically important election. Early voting con...
10/19/2018
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Please visit www.mytexasvotes.com and create your voting plan for this historically important election. Early voting continues this weekend with over 40 different locations to choose from in Harris County.

MyTexasVotes.com | Your one-stop voter information hub that includes everything you need to vote

Harris County Democratic Party
10/18/2018
Harris County Democratic Party

Harris County Democratic Party

MyTexasVotes.com | Your one-stop voter info hub that includes everything you need to vote

Thanks to @xialphaomegaaka for hosting the Community Educational Candidate Forum.  This was a non-partisan event, but th...
10/13/2018

Thanks to @xialphaomegaaka for hosting the Community Educational Candidate Forum. This was a non-partisan event, but the @harriscodemocrats turned out strong.

#votedemocrat
#WalkerforJudge
#HarrisCounty

"Voting decisions in judicial racesare among the most important that a Texas voter makes."Great information from the Lea...
10/11/2018

"Voting decisions in judicial races
are among the most important that a Texas voter makes."

Great information from the League of Women Voters about the significance of voting for judges.

Harris County Democratic Party
10/09/2018

Harris County Democratic Party

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Give us a call at 713-802-0085 if you have any questions.

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Honored to receive the endorsement of the Houston Lawyers Association.
10/04/2018

Honored to receive the endorsement of the Houston Lawyers Association.

Our Harris County court system impacts thousands of people on a daily basis.  So whether you intend to vote by mail, dur...
10/03/2018

Our Harris County court system impacts thousands of people on a daily basis. So whether you intend to vote by mail, during early voting, or on Election Day, please don't forget the judicial contests. Criminal Court No. 11 is one of many races for Judge that will be on your ballot.

We need new leadership in our criminal courtrooms. There are several innovative changes we can implement to help our system run with an improved level of fairness and efficiency.

#WalkerforJudge
#CriminalCourtNo11
#CourtsMatter

10/01/2018
Harris County Democratic Party

Harris County Democratic Party

It’s October 1st!!!

8 Days Until Voter Registration Deadline!

21 Days Until Early Voting Starts!

36 Days Until Election Day!

Time to Sprint To The Finish!!! We’ll be calling voters at HCDP HQ EVERYDAY until November 6th. Come out and help us bring the victory home.

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09/30/2018

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Sedrick Walker is a Houston native and graduate of Texas A&M University. Walker graduated with honors from A&M in 2005 with a B.S. in Political Science. While in college, he made the Dean’s List and was a recipient of the Texas A&M Political Science Excellence Scholarship. Sedrick also was a participant in the prestigious Ralph Bunche Summer Institute for emerging political science scholars at Duke University.

In 2006, Sedrick began his legal education at the University of Texas School of Law in Austin, Texas. Sedrick's focus towards criminal law began as a student attorney with the law school's Criminal Defense Clinic. The defense clinic gave students the opportunity to represent Austin-area residents charged with misdemeanor offenses who could not afford an attorney under the supervision of experienced criminal defense attorneys. Sedrick also completed an internship with the Travis County District Attorney's Office where he assisted veteran felony prosecutors.

After graduating from law school, Sedrick worked as a prosecutor at the Harris County District Attorney's Office from 2009 to 2012. During his time at the DA's office, Sedrick spent countless hours handling thousands of cases ranging from misdemeanors to 1st-degree felonies. His experience included working on every aspect of cases from the initial filing stage, gathering evidence, making grand jury presentations in felony cases, and ultimately the trial phase. As an Assistant DA, Sedrick was praised for his willingness to work long hours, fairness in negotiations with the defense bar, and a constant commitment to a prosecutor’s ultimate duty – to seek justice, not merely to convict.

Sedrick opened a private law practice in 2013 that primarily focuses on criminal defense. Most of his practice is devoted to representing and fighting for people who cannot otherwise afford to hire counsel. As a defense attorney, Sedrick gained an even greater insight into the impact of the criminal justice system on the daily lives of those accused and their families. Although in many instances the system assesses criminal cases with an assembly-line approach, Sedrick is a strong advocate for individualized justice. He believes fairness and equity are more likely to be achieved with a case-by-case analysis of the facts and the background of the individual standing before the court. On too many occasions, people are brought in and out of court proceedings without receiving the attention they rightly deserve.

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