Alberto Gonzales

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Alberto "Al" Gonzales
Justice
Texas Supreme Court
Austin, TX

Although he had never before tried a case, this former Texas Secretary of State was appointed Justice of the Supreme Court of Texas in November 1998. For the previous three years, he had served as one of the top legal advisors to Texas Governor George W. Bush, acting as chief elections officer and as a liaison to Mexico. A graduate of Harvard Law School, he serves as a trustee of the Texas Bar Foundation.
 
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