Sturns, a legal trailblazer, retired Friday

Judge Louis Sturns of Fort Worth is retiring 45 years after passing the bar. During those years, Sturns became the first African-American judge on the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals and helped make new law. Sturns said he has seen a lot of changes
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Judge Louis Sturns of Fort Worth is retiring 45 years after passing the bar. During those years, Sturns became the first African-American judge on the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals and helped make new law. Sturns said he has seen a lot of changes

A black Republican Fort Worth judge who sent a judge to jail is hanging up his robes

October 08, 2018 07:00 AM