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DaSean Jones for Judge
2450 Louisiana Street, Suite 400 Box 506
Houston Texas 77006
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As a U.S. Army decorated combat veteran and current member of the Army Reserves, Judge Jones has truly dedicated his life to public service. Judge Jones is running for re-election to continue demonstrate that justice at its best arises from unbought, unbossed, bold citizens who respect the rule of law as it is written. In criminal cases, too often the people who make life decisions for so many of Harris County's citizens do not share similar life experiences of those they punish daily.
Living and working throughout the world from childhood onward, Judge Jones learned about and engaged in various cultures and ideologies. These are the same things that make Harris County great.
After witnessing first-hand how too many judges were closed-minded and prejudiced towards some defendants and attorneys, but afforded others with whom they were socially or financially in line with better opportunities and common courtesies, as well as "the benefit of the doubt," Judge Jones ran for office and won in November of 2018; making him the first minority to preside over the 180th Criminal District Court since its inception.
Financial status, connections, race, clothing and other variables should not come into play in regards to the administration of justice.
Judge Jones was raised by his dad, a retired U.S. Army Staff Sergeant and his mother, who passed away on Valentine's Day a few weeks after his return from his second tour in Iraq. Judge Jones has three siblings. Two of which are disabled veterans. While in elementary school, Judge Jones visited Auschwitz, Anne Frank's house, and other key historical examples of social injustice and abuse of power. These experiences have helped mold him into the person he is today.
After graduating from the storied Tuskegee University, Judge Jones commissioned as an Army Field Artillery Officer, where he led soldiers from all walks of life and held the highest standards as military combat arms officer. Judge Jones, his wife and three children reside in Houston, where his children attend public school.
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What happens to any of us, anywhere in the world, had better be the business of us all. -Mamie Till (The Mother of Emmitt Till)