Not a day has gone by that I have not given  thanks to God for bestowing the honor of serving as  the judge for Harris County Civil Court at Law No. 

3 upon me. An event such as winning an election is  life-altering. My team and I worked hard to win back in the 2018 midterms. I lost count of all the places I visited, meeting wonderful people like you. You all gave me encouragement and the much-needed strength to campaign hard. You helped me silence doubt and enabled me to forge forward in faith — 

trusting God. I could not have done it without you.  Since taking the bench back in January, my court staff and I have conducted over 13 jury trials and have received overwhelmingly good feedback 

from the 78 jurors who’ve performed their civic duty.

These 78 jurors reported by a survey that Harris

County Civil Court at Law No. 3 is doing a great job

in the areas of staff performance, efficiency, courtesy,

trial management, and the Court’s preparedness.

When asked if they would serve again as

jurors based on their experience in County Civil

Court at Law No. 3, I’m pleased to inform you that 98% of the jurors said they would.

I am eternally grateful for your support, and extend  my endless and forever thank you for all that you have done to help me take my rightful place as judge of Harris County Civil Court at Law No. 3. You all are wonderful, and I know that you have high expectations of judicial excellence of me. I look forward to meeting and exceeding your expectations every day I take the bench. Winning my election was a huge step in a great journey. But I look forward to earning your future support and humbly ask for your prayers as my staff, and I strive to make a real difference in Harris County, Texas. 

Humbly yours,

LaShawn A. Williams

Judge, Harris County Civil

Court at Law #3


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