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About Judge Frank J Fraley

Won Election As Judge Of The 240th District Court In Fort Bend County, Texas In November 2018.

Judge Frank J Fraley graduated from the University of South Florida with a BS in Medical Technology in 1976 and from Thurgood Marshall School of Law with a JD in 1990. Since that time, he has worked as a Supervisor Medical Technologist at the VAMC in Houston, Texas and had a general trial practice in Fort Bend and surrounding counties since 1991. Judge Fraley has practiced in the areas of criminal defense, personal injury, bankruptcy, family law and probate law. Since 2002 Judge Fraley primarily focused on personal injury and criminal defense.

Judge Fraley is married with three sons and three grandchildren. He and his wife faithfully participate in their church’s Touchpoint Ministry and board of directors. Judge Fraley is an active participant in Career Day School Activities in Fort Bend and surrounding counties.

“My goal is to give everyone a fair trial. I will read your petitions, motions and briefs. I will listen to your arguments and make a ruling based on my interpretation of the law. I will assist you in getting your disputed facts decided by a judge or jury.”

Frank J Fraley
Presiding Judge
240th District Court
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We Work For The People

In addition to my judicial responsibilities, I am a District Judge Representative of the Fort Bend Bail Bond Board; a Chairperson of the Fort Bend County Purchasing Board; a State Bar of Texas District Judge Board Member; and also a dedicated mentor to summer interns from various area school districts. I view these critical community responsibilities as a means of keeping my fingers on the pulse of Fort Bend and maintaining connections with its most valuable assets: its citizens.

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WHAT I WILL WORK HARD TO ACHIEVE

Reasonable Bonds

Fair Treatment

Case Management

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Support Our Cause

I am seeking a second term as Presiding Judge of the 240th District Court in Fort Bend County.

I was first elected to this position in November of 2018 and it would be my honor to represent our wonderful, rapidly-growing diverse community for another four years.