|Honorable Randy McDonald|
After the District Attorney’s office, Randy went into private practice; where he was managing partner at Taylor, Eggleston, Goodwin and McDonald then Randy McDonald PC where he continues to practice.
Randy moved to Chambers County in 2005 and continued to have an office in Houston and opened a second office in Chambers County.
After having successful legal career, both as a prosecutor and defense attorney, Mr. McDonald feels that his trail experience would benefit the citizens of Chambers County as a District Judge.
Wife-Lisa; Daughter, Christina, and husband Kenny- Christina is a veterinarian assistant and the mother of my first grandchild, Kora; Daughter, Megan-Graduated with High Honors in May of 2011 from the University of Texas and is considering a master’s program; Son, Cody- will be graduating in May, 2012 from Sam Houston State University with a Criminal Justice degree; two rescue dogs, Buddy and Lucy and a cat Bevo.
Former Assistant District Attorney under Johnny Holmes in Harris County; Special Crimes Prosecutor for Narcotics and Organized Crime.
Visiting Judge (approved by all 14 County Criminal Courts, Harris County)
Appointed by Johnny Holmes as Commissioner of the Civil Service Commission (over 1000 cases pending when appointed – 37 pending when resigned)
Spoken to over 15,000 prospective jurors
Managing partner at Taylor, Eggleston, Godwin and McDonald; a general litigation firm representing insurance defense, plaintiffs, family and civil cases
Voted in every Republican Primary since 1978
Adjunct Professor for Bates College of Law and Thurgood Marshall Law School; taught trial advocacy both in criminal and civil law
Board Certified in Criminal Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization by the State Bar of Texas
Frequent guest speaker at Sam Houston State University and Rice University on Criminal Justice
Instructor at Houston Police Academy; participated in Chambers County Sheriff’s Department and Mt. Belvieu Police Department training regarding domestic violence
Endorsed by three former United States Attorneys and Republican appointees: Dan Hedges, Ron Woods and Henry Oncken