Although the event was political in nature, the mood was quite social and relaxed as Kennon’s guests raved about Tortuga’s menu and relished the last of the good weather this week on the restaurant patio. When the time came for speakers, it was standing room only outside, and at the conclusion of the event, Kennon’s two dozen yard signs were all but gone, presumably to homes across Williamson to show support.
Kennon addressed the crowd and spoke about the depth and breadth of his experience in law; “The 368th Court needs a judge who is as comfortable and qualified in civil actions and trials as he is with felony criminal proceedings. After 29 years as a lawyer, representing all types of clients in every kind of case, I was well-prepared for the civil and felony jury trials I have presided over in just six weeks on the bench.”
Judge Kennon says he plans to continue with a heavy schedule of busy dockets and campaign activities, as well as party and community events to maximize his outreach and visibility. “Most people will not ever come to my courtroom,” he says, “but I intend to let everyone know that I serve them none the less.”
Reprinted from WilcoOnline.com