Scott Walker graduated with honors from Dallas Baptist University. He received his Juris Doctorate from Baylor School of Law. Scott is a member of the State Bar of Texas and the Texas Bar College, an honorary society of lawyers who are among the best trained in Texas.
Scott’s law practice has consisted of civil defense, veteran’s disability, criminal litigation, and appellate advocacy. Scott has written over one hundred appellate briefs and sat as first chair in more than forty trials in district courts across North Texas. Scott has had a great degree of success in both litigation and appellate advocacy. His experience makes him a perfect candidate for Judge of the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals.
Scott Walker is a lifelong Texan. Scott Walker and his wife both descend from a long line of conservatives, and both have been conservative Republicans all of their adult lives. They have been married for 42 years. Scott and his wife are evangelical Christians and are active members in their Dallas area church.
As a Judge of the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals, Scott will diligently uphold the laws of the State of Texas and the United States. He strongly believes in the separation of powers. Scott Walker is ardently opposed to legislation from the bench. According to Walker, “the role of the judiciary is to uphold the law and sometimes interpret ambiguities in the law, but not to make law.” As an appellate judge, Scott Walker will not be soft on crime, and will always adhere to the Constitution. If elected, Walker will strive to assure that all parties receive a fair and just review of all cases heard at the Court of Criminal Appeals. Scott Walker will diligently perform his duties as a judge with the highest degree of ethics, morals and values.