ELECT BRYAN/COLLEGE STATION NATIVE

JOHN BRICK

FOR 272nd DISTRICT JUDGE, BRAZOS COUNTY

ELECT BRYAN/COLLEGE STATION NATIVE

JOHN BRICK

FOR 272nd DISTRICT JUDGE, BRAZOS COUNTY

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My name is John Brick and I’m running for the 272nd District Judge seat.  I will be fair, just & compassionate on the bench.  

That is the demeanor we all want in a judge, and I will strive to display those qualities in every case I have the privilege of presiding over.  From civil, to criminal, to family law cases, I will endeavor to apply those principles to my decision-making to assure each side that they had a fair trial.

Additionally, I have the experience and temperament to sit on the bench and make life-changing decisions.

I’m married to my high school sweetheart, Jamee Boutell Brick, and we have three wonderful kids. They attend College Station Schools and Jamee teaches in CSISD. 

We are in the process of becoming certified foster parents. We see the need of the vulnerable in our society and desire to offer safety and compassion.

I graduated from AMCHS in ’95 and Jamee graduated from BHS in ’95.  We each went away for college, and married after graduation. We moved back to the B/CS area 15 years ago. We wanted to raise our children near family and this area that we love.

We have been active members of Central Baptist Church since 2005. I’ve volunteered with AWANAs, Sports Camp and the Special Needs Ministry. 

I’m from this area and care about it. I’ve spent my career thus far working for the people of Brazos County, to ensure justice and fairness. I want to continue what Judge Travis Bryan is known for…making sure both sides know they’ve had a fair trial.

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I’ve prosecuted felony cases in Brazos County for the past 14 years including Capital Murder, Child Abuse, Drug Possession, and Theft.

  • I started off prosecuting misdemeanors in Huntsville at the Walker County DA’s office under David P. Weeks in 2004
  • In 2005, Brazos County DA, Bill Turner, offered me a chance to prosecute felonies back home in Brazos County and I jumped at the opportunity
  • I’m currently the Chief Prosecutor assigned to the 85th District Court and have been in that position for the past 5 years.  In addition to trying cases, I supervise three other prosecutors assigned to that court as well as an investigator and administrative assistant

I also worked for a small civil law office in Houston during law school and they hired me to work for them after graduation from 2002 – 2004.  

  • I handled filing petitions, answering petitions, completing discovery and negotiating settlements on behalf of our clients

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“John is a man of character and integrity, that can be trusted to follow the rule of law and protect the rights of everyone. We need these qualities in our courts and judges.”

-Greg Gunter, College Station

“John is one of the fairest and most considerate prosecutors I know. He listens and seriously considers all the facts and circumstances in a case when negotiating a plea bargain agreement. In trial, his knowledge of the law cannot be ignored. John Brick will be an excellent judge in the 272nd District Court.”

-Donnie Andreski, Bryan

“John is seriously one of the best men I’ve ever known. We need more of our elected to be people that we can respect to do the right thing. He is one of those people.”

-Jessica Walsh, College Station

“John is a man of integrity, character and honesty. He has a heart for service and truly loves the people of this town.”

-Shannon Long, College Station

“John Brick is a man who leads those around him with with honesty and integrity. He has the courage to stand for the ethics and moral compass that guide not only his calling, but are evident in the way he guides his family and invests in this community. We need more leaders with these sometimes rare qualities.”

-Candy Friedrichs, College Station

“John has our votes because he is an honest, ethical and kind man who seeks justice for all. Brazos County will be served well with John Brick as judge.”

-Kara and Jeremy Woodley, College Station

“John will further the integrity and justice that Travis Bryan has brought to District Court 272 over the past years. I have observed John in trials and he knows the law well. We need a judge like John Brick in this court.”

-Becky Segrest, Bryan

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