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Judge Sedrick T. Walker II Sedrick T. Walker II is the presiding judge of Harris County Criminal Court at Law No. 11.

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20/12/2022

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02/08/2022

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16/07/2022

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Outstanding Our UNDERSTANDING OUR COURTS.  Thanks to our panelists Justice Julie Countiss for Chief Justice, 1st Court o...
24/06/2022

Outstanding Our UNDERSTANDING OUR COURTS. Thanks to our panelists Justice Julie Countiss for Chief Justice, 1st Court of Appeals Judge Sedrick T. Walker IIJudge Angela Graves-Harrington Rabeea Collier

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27/03/2022

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Judges must consider a variety of factors before setting bail and their decisions are limited by the rules and laws outlined in the Texas Constitution and Code of Criminal Procedure.

Join the Harris County Judiciary on Monday, February 28 at 6:00pm for our 2nd Annual Black History Month Program.  This ...
27/02/2022

Join the Harris County Judiciary on Monday, February 28 at 6:00pm for our 2nd Annual Black History Month Program. This is a virtual event and the Houston Lawyers Association is providing Continuing Legal Education credit for attorneys that attend (1.0 general and .5 ethics).

Register at https://bit.ly/BHMProgramRegistration

23/02/2022
Find the full list of Harris County Early Voting locations here: https://www.harrisvotes.com/Docs/EarlyVotingPDFMaps/EV_...
14/02/2022

Find the full list of Harris County Early Voting locations here:https://www.harrisvotes.com/Docs/EarlyVotingPDFMaps/EV_Poster_Final_Primaries_2022.pdf

Honored to have the endorsement of the Houston Lawyers Association.
13/02/2022

Honored to have the endorsement of the Houston Lawyers Association.

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12/02/2022

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Please see the statement below from the Honorable Toria Finch, Presiding Judge of the 16 Harris County Criminal Courts at Law & Presiding Judge of County Criminal Court at Law No. 9.

In celebration of National Court Reporting & Captioning Week, I was honored to attend today’s ceremony where my court re...
08/02/2022

In celebration of National Court Reporting & Captioning Week, I was honored to attend today’s ceremony where my court reporter, Krista Hall, and her colleagues were recognized by Mayor Sylvester Turner and the City of Houston for their vital contributions to our court system and the administration of justice.

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08/02/2022

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A distinguished professor emeritus, who gave more than 70 years of service, Dr. Thomas Freeman is an icon of Texas Southern University, the African American community and the nation.

A former professor of psychology and philosophy at TSU, Dr. Thomas Freeman taught at Morehouse College, Virginia Union University, Houston Community College and Rice University. In 1947, while a visiting professor at Morehouse, he taught one of the world's greatest orators and most inspiring leaders, the Rev. Dr.Martin Luther King, Jr.

A college graduate by age 18 and a Virginia Union University professor in his 20s, Freeman was among the Black intellectuals hired in 1949 to teach at what was then Texas State University for Negroes. That year, he staged a debate in his logic class drawing from his own undergraduate experiences. Students asked him to coach a debate team that soon found success at out-of-town tournaments.

Freeman is perhaps best-known for founding and coaching TSU’s highly acclaimed debate team, which has won hundreds of awards, traveled the globe and, helped desegregate college forensics.

Freeman has taught and influenced generation after generation of college students, many rising to the top in fields of law, education and government. For Freeman, educating young people is as much a calling as one that led him into the ministry. He was also the church pastor at Mt. Horem Baptist Church in Houston’s Fifth Ward, for 60 years.

In 2009, Texas Southern named its newest academic unit the, Thomas F. FreemanHonors College and Dr. Freeman is its founding dean. He was also TSU’s Distinguished Director of Forensics, having directed the university’s debate team for 69 years. Dr. Freeman passed away in June of 2020.

KTSU salutes, renowned orator, professor, dean, and Pastor, Dr. Thomas Freeman

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08/02/2022

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Join us in applauding our Harris County court reporters as we celebrate the National Court Reporters Association 2022 Court Reporting & Captioning Week! We appreciate you, court reporters!

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04/02/2022

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: COUNTY CRIMINAL COURTS AT LAW CANCEL ALL BOND CASES SCHEDULED ON FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 2022. JAIL CASES ON THE FRIDAY DOCKET WILL BE HEARD. In accordance with the Court’s Inclement Weather Policy, the Harris County Criminal Courts at Law (16 misdemeanor courts) are canceling all bond cases on the Courts’ Friday, February 4, 2022 dockets. These cases will be rescheduled. Monitor the District Clerk’s website at https://www.hcdistrictclerk.com/edocs/public/search.aspx, contact your attorney, or contact the court for case scheduling information. Cases in which the defendant remains in custody will be heard as scheduled, with the exception of Court 7, which has cancelled its entire Friday docket.

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03/02/2022

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As the region prepares for wintry weather, be sure to review the Harris County Criminal Courts at Law Inclement Weather Policy.

29/01/2022

4️⃣ DAYS REMAINING
⌛ The deadline to in the March Primaries is Jan. 31.
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Honored to receive the endorsement of the Houston Black American Democrats for the 2022 Election.
24/01/2022

Honored to receive the endorsement of the Houston Black American Democrats for the 2022 Election.



23/01/2022

There are many official purposes of the courts. The two below may seem simple, but they're so important because justice is at the heart of everything we do. Check back for more !

The 92 unions of the Texas Gulf Coast Area Labor Federation  , AFL-CIO fight for working people in Harris County, and I’...
18/01/2022

The 92 unions of the Texas Gulf Coast Area Labor Federation , AFL-CIO fight for working people in Harris County, and I’m so proud to have received their endorsement.

Merry Christmas!
25/12/2021

Merry Christmas!

25/11/2021
Thanks to the Houston Black American Democrats for hosting an informative and energetic meeting last night.
17/11/2021

Thanks to the Houston Black American Democrats for hosting an informative and energetic meeting last night.


Thank you to all that have served our nation in the armed forces.
11/11/2021

Thank you to all that have served our nation in the armed forces.

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

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.

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

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.

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

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.

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

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

11/09/2020
Sober Court "social distancing" Graduation!

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.

13/03/2020

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!
24/12/2019

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

20/09/2019

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...
29/08/2019

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.

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Thanks to the Houston Black American Democrats for hosting an informative and energetic meeting last night.


Thank you to all that have served our nation in the armed forces.
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 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 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://harrisvotes.com/Locations. Harris County will also provide one day of 24-hour voting on October 29 at eight different locations.

This is an unprecedented number of early voting locations. Please take advantage of this opportunity.
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.
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.