A New Perspective

 

"Whether fighting on behalf of the victims of violent crime, or working to ensure our courts are fair, and our rights are protected, I am grateful for the opportunities I have had to serve the families of South Texas. As a mother of two, I share many of the concerns that you have, and I believe that the courts should never lose sight of their responsibility in making our community a better place.

 

I respectfully ask for your support and your vote."

 

Liza Rodriguez Signature

Liza Rodriguez

A New Perspective

Liza Rodriguez

 

"Whether fighting on behalf of the victims of violent crime, or working to ensure our courts are fair, and our rights are protected, I am grateful for the opportunities I have had to serve the families of South Texas. As a mother of two, I share many of the concerns that you have, and I believe that the courts should never lose sight of their responsibility in making our community a better place.

 

I respectfully ask for your support and your vote."

 

Liza Rodriguez Signature

 


About Liza Rodriguez

Nearly half of the appeals heard by the Fourth Court are from criminal cases, and Judge Rodriguez will be the only Justice on the court with experience as a criminal prosecutor, defense attorney, and criminal court judge. Her nineteen years of legal experience includes:

  • Bexar County Assistant District Attorney for 10 years
  • Former Presiding Judge of Bexar County Court at Law #8
  • Instrumental in establishing the first DWI court in Bexar County
  • Currently in private practice with a focus on Criminal Defense

Liza Rodriguez was born and raised in Laredo, Texas, and is a graduate of the St. Mary’s University School of Law. Liza Rodriguez has been honored by the Congressional Hispanic Caucus as a Distinguished Alumnus. She is a member of the Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, serves on the board of the Mexican American Bar Association of San Antonio and looks forward to continuing her career in public service.