Belinda Hill

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Belinda Hill
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Current Court Information:
Texas District 230
Title:   Former Judge
Service:
Appointed by:   George W. Bush
Active:   1997-2012
Personal History
Undergraduate:   University of Virginia
Law School:   Thurgood Marshall School of Law, 1982



Belinda Hill was a judge of District 230 in Harris County, Texas. She was appointed in 1997 by Governor George W. Bush, and she resigned in December of 2012 to become an district attorney for the county.[1][2]

Education

Judge Hill earned a B.A. in communications and rhetoric from the University of Virginia, going on to receive her J.D. in 1982 from the Thurgood Marshall School of Law.[3][4]

2010 election

Hill defeated Democrat Garland McInnis in the general election, winning 57.2% of the vote.[5][6]

See also: Texas district court judicial elections, 2010

Notable cases

State of Texas vs. Andrea Yates

Gilbert Amezquita spends 8 years in prison, maintained innocence

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