Robert Sullivan to announce candidacy for Judge in the 140ht Dis

Robert Sullivan announces candidacy for Judge in the 140th District Court

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LUBBOCK, Texas -

A Lubbock attorney announced his candidacy to replace Judge Jim Bob Darnell in a State District Court. 

Robert Sullivan says his background in law makes him uniquely qualified for the 140th District Judge. He said having consistency in government is key when a seat like this vacates. 

Sullivan intends to streamline the judicial process for that court to make it more uniform with the rest of Lubbock's District Courts.

Judge Darnell will retire at the end of his term. Sullivan will run as a Republican and if he faces a challenger, he'll be in the March primary. 

Sullivan is a Lubbock native and a graduate of the Texas Tech School of Law. He's spent his legal career in Lubbock and focuses on criminal law, juvenile law, family law and mental health cases.

He was one of 12 law school students accepted into the Texas Tech School of Law Regional Public Defender Office. While still in law school, Sullivan received his temporary law license and represented indigent clients in rural communities in and around Lubbock. 

Before enrolling in law school, Sullivan clerked for Judge Jim Dulin in the Justice of the Peace Pct. 2. 

He serves as the treasurer of the Lubbock Criminal Defense Lawyers Association. 



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