Judge Frank Maloney

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Judge Frank Maloney was the founding president of TCDLA in 1971 and later became president of NACDL in 1988. After graduating from the University of Texas Law School, he was an assistant DA in Travis County and then chief of the law enforcement division of the Attorney General’s office. He practiced defense law in state and federal courts for 30 years and was an adjunct professor at UT from 1962 to 1989, when he was elected to the Texas CCA. He sat as a visiting trial and appellate judge before retiring in 2016. This article appeared as the cover article in the March 1988 Voice during Judge Maloney’s presidency of NACDL.

Stories from Judge Frank Maloney

TCDLA & NACDL, Helping Each Other
Saturday, March 31st, 2018

From the archives: This article by TCDLA’s first president appeared in the March 1988 issue of Voice for the Defense.