Welcome to the State Commission on Judicial Conduct, the independent Texas state agency created by an amendment to the Texas Constitution in 1965, that is responsible for investigating allegations of judicial misconduct or judicial disability, and for disciplining judges.
Texas Lawyers’ Assistance Program (TLAP) Seeks Part-Time Judicial Outreach Coordinator
TLAP is looking to contract with a current or former judge for approximately 10 hours/week to help with its judicial education and outreach programs. If interested, please contact Bree Buchanan directly at Bree.Buchanan@Texasbar.com, (512) 427-1453, or (800) 343-8527 for more information.
If you are filing a complaint about more than one judge, please use a separate form for each judge.
The Commission may issue a public statement concerning any proceeding when it determines that the best interests of a judge or of the public will be served by issuing the statement.
The following are public sanctions which were issued by the Commission. The public records for these cases are available for inspection at the Commission's offices located at 300 W. 15th Street, Suite 145, Austin, Texas.
Public Reprimand and Order of Additional Education
Public Admonition and Order of Additional Education