"You have a right
to be treated fairly."
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189TH CIVIL DISTRICT COURT, HARRIS COUNTY, TEXAS
(ON EVERY BALLOT IN HARRIS COUNTY)
189TH CIVIL DISTRICT COURT
HARRIS COUNTY, TEXAS
I'm Houston lawyer and Judge Scot Dollinger. Folks ask me, "How did 'dolli' get started?" Growing up in Beaumont, Texas, my friends started calling me "dolli." The name stuck and carried over to high school, college and my professional life. Though born and raised in Beaumont, I have lived and worked in Harris County for almost thirty years.
In 2018, I ran for and won the position of Judge of the 189th Civil District Court in Harris County, Texas. I took the bench on January 1, 2019. My term is four years. The next election will be in 2022 - March primary and November general election.
The 189th District Court hears civil disputes from $500 and up and is considered a court of general jurisdiction. If you're a registered voter in Harris County, you can vote for me because it's a county-wide seat - I was on every ballot in Harris County on November 6, 2018. All District Courts are "at large" positions.
In 2014, I was the Democratic Nominee on the ballot for Civil Court No. 2 in Harris County. I ran again in the 2018 election cycle for the 189th bench because I continued to believe the best way to improve Harris County is to make sure that everyone is treated fairly. That means having an experienced lawyer as your judge who brings people together to solve problems without bias, sympathy or prejudice.
Everybody needs to know when they come to court they will be treated fairly by an experienced, knowledgeable judge. "You have a right to be treated fairly." It's that simple.
After practicing law for over 33 years, I'm experienced, efficient and effective enough to run a fair court for all. "It's about justice for all, not justice for some."
Please get involved in the Harris County Democratic party. Thank you for voting for me in the November 6, 2018 General Election. Get your friends involved too. Remember: www.dolli4judge.com Thank you. I'm running again in 2022.
We elect our judges by partisan elections. But all judges have to check their politics at the door and be fair to everyone regardless of party affiliation. Outcomes should be based on the law and facts, not politics.
Election day, November 6, 2018, went our way -
I am currently
Judge of the 189th Civil District Court.
I was sworn in January 1, 2019.
My term of office is four years -
Re-election is November 2022 with Democratic Primary in March 2022.
Thank you for your support.