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The 'Chronicle' Endorsements
Our picks for the Nov. 7 election
News Story  October 20, 2006
"...Willett was appointed by the governor last fall to replace Priscilla Owens (in the same vein), and had no judicial experience, but is instead a corporate lawyer who has been a dutiful GOP party man, most often focusing on campaign-related policy matters or "faith-based" initiatives.Presiding Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals: J.R. Molina Fort Worth attorney Molina, who has run previously for this court, has lengthy experience as both a prosecutor and a criminal-defense attorney and would bring balance as well as social diversity to the court, which sorely needs it..."

Endorsements
The Chronicle's picks in the Nov. 2 election
News Story  October 15, 2004
"...Place 6: J.R. Molina Incumbent Republican judges Lawrence Meyers (Place 2) and Cheryl Johnson (Place 5) face token opposition from Libertarian candidates Quanah Parker and Tom Oxford; Michael Keasler (Place 6) is opposed by perennial Democratic candidate J.R..."

The Chronicle Endorsements, Nov. 2002
The Chronicle endorses for the 2002 November general election
News Story  October 25, 2002
"...(Rob) Owen Place 2: Pat Montgomery Place 3: J.R. Molina The Chronicle frankly expects little change at the Court of Criminal Appeals, which in Texas could be more honestly re-named Court of No Resort..."

Nov. 4 Joint General and Special Elections
Travis Co. Sample Ballot
News Story  October 17, 2008
"...J.R. Molina (D)..."

The 'Chronicle' Endorsements
Our picks for the Nov. 7 election
News Story  November 3, 2006
"...Willett was appointed by the governor last fall to replace Priscilla Owens (in the same vein), and had no judicial experience, but is instead a corporate lawyer who has been a dutiful GOP party man, most often focusing on campaign-related policy matters or "faith-based" initiatives.Presiding Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals: J.R. Molina Fort Worth attorney Molina, who has run previously for this court, has lengthy experience as both a prosecutor and a criminal-defense attorney and would bring balance as well as social diversity to the court, which sorely needs it..."

The 'Chronicle' Endorsements
Our picks for the Nov. 7 election
News Story  October 27, 2006
"...Willett was appointed by the governor last fall to replace Priscilla Owens (in the same vein), and had no judicial experience, but is instead a corporate lawyer who has been a dutiful GOP party man, most often focusing on campaign-related policy matters or "faith-based" initiatives.Presiding Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals: J.R. Molina Fort Worth attorney Molina, who has run previously for this court, has lengthy experience as both a prosecutor and a criminal-defense attorney and would bring balance as well as social diversity to the court, which sorely needs it..."

Election Info
Dates, voting locations, and ballots
News Story  October 20, 2006
"...J.R. Molina (D)Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 7..."

Nov. 4 Election Results
News Story  November 7, 2008
"...Eilers (L)21,257 (5.7%)215,427 (2.8%)   COURT OF CRIMINAL APPEALS, PLACE 4 Paul Womack (R)130,745 (35.0%)4,035,683 (52.9%) J.R. Molina (D)219,368 (58.7%)3,336,944 (43.8%) Dave Howard (L)23,553 (6.3%)249,921 (3.3%)   COURT OF CRIMINAL APPEALS, PLACE 9 Cathy Cochran (R)174,567 (62.9%)4,709,086 (81.9%) William Strange III (L)103,160 (37.1%)1,041,499 (18.1%)   CHIEF JUSTICE, 3RD COURT OF APPEALS Woodie Jones (D)243,900 (65.6%)447,316 (52.4%) Ken Law (R)127,710 (34.4%)406,316 (47.6%) Local/Travis Co..."

The Chronicle Endorsements, Nov. 2002
The Chronicle endorses for the 2002 November general election
News Story  November 1, 2002
"...(Rob) Owen Place 2: Pat Montgomery Place 3: J.R. Molina The Chronicle frankly expects little change at the Court of Criminal Appeals, which in Texas could be more honestly re-named Court of No Resort..."

The Chronicle Endorsements, Nov. 2002
The Chronicle endorses for the 2002 November general election
News Story  October 18, 2002
"...Place 3: J.R. Molina The Chronicle frankly expects little change at the Court of Criminal Appeals, which in Texas could be more honestly re-named Court of No Resort..."

State Results
News Story  November 10, 2006
"...J.R. Molina (D) 130,887 / 61.1% • 1,790,540 / 43.3% Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 7 Barbara Parker Hervey (R)* 98,469 / 55.5% • 2,550,839 / 75.9%..."

'Chronicle' Endorsements
Nov. 4 General Election
News Story  October 17, 2008
"...Place 4: J.R. Molina..."

Naked City
News Story  September 8, 2006
"...Keller, a Republican, is running for re-election against Democrat J.R. Molina, a trial lawyer from Tarrant County..."

Endorsements
2004 General election, Nov. 2
News Story  October 22, 2004
"...CCA, Place 6: J.R. Molina..."

Film
Recommended
  May 19, 1995
"...THE PEREZ FAMILYD: Mira Nair; with Marisa Tomei, Alfred Molina, Chazz Palminteri, Anjelica Huston, Trini Alvarado, Celia Cruz, Diego Wallraff, Angela Lanza, Ellen Cleghorne. Before The Perez Family winds to its close, you may find yourself happily volunteering for honorary membership in their clan. The ever-expanding Perez family cluster attracts newcomers at a steady clip and instead of collapsing from the additional weight, the group evolves and accommodates the changes..."

The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao
Mordecai Richler once remarked that 'the novelist's primary moral responsibility is to be the loser's advocate.' It's difficult to imagine how anyone who takes that dictum to heart could outdo Junot Díaz here.
Books Review  September 21, 2007, by Rayyan Al-Shawaf
"...Díaz also offers up a fascinating and disturbing portrait of "the Dominican Republic of Rafael Leónidas Trujillo Molina, the Dictatingest Dictator who ever Dictated." Before escaping the country, Oscar's mother experienced the terror of Trujillo's autocratic rule during the 1940s and Fifties, something Díaz depicts with minute attention to period detail. Decades after Trujillo's assassination (in 1961), the Dominican Republic remained a violent and lawless place..."

Film
Recommended
  July 7, 1995
"...SPECIESD: Roger Donaldson; with Ben Kingsley, Michael Madsen, Alfred Molina, Forest Whitaker, Marg Helgenberger, Natasha Henstridge. From the unlikely team of producer Frank Mancuso, Jr., one of the key players in the long-running Friday the 13th slasher franchise, and director Roger Donaldson, the man behind the recent remake of The Getaway, comes this gory creature feature that, despite a very promising first 15 minutes, proves to be nothing more than another tired rip-off of Alien, with a touch of Tobe Hooper's Lifeforce thrown in for good measure. The story concerns a desperate manhunt for a young, but rapidly growing, little girl who has taken part in a genetic experiment that has combined alien and human DNA, resulting in a creature (code-named "Sil" and designed by H.R..."

Film Reviews
Recommended
  August 18, 1995
"...SPECIESD: Roger Donaldson; with Ben Kingsley, Michael Madsen, Alfred Molina, Forest Whitaker, Marg Helgenberger, Natasha Henstridge. Despite a very promising first 15 minutes, Species proves to be nothing more than another tired rip-off of Alien, with a touch of Tobe Hooper's Lifeforce thrown in for good measure. The story concerns a desperate manhunt for a young, but rapidly growing, little girl who has taken part in a genetic experiment that has combined alien and human DNA, resulting in a creature (code-named "Sil" and designed by H.R..."

Film
Recommended
  July 21, 1995
"...SPECIESD: Roger Donaldson; with Ben Kingsley, Michael Madsen, Alfred Molina, Forest Whitaker, Marg Helgenberger, Natasha Henstridge. From the unlikely team of producer Frank Mancuso, Jr., one of the key players in the long-running Friday the 13th slasher franchise, and director Roger Donaldson, the man behind the recent remake of The Getaway, comes this gory creature feature that, despite a very promising first 15 minutes, proves to be nothing more than another tired rip-off of Alien, with a touch of Tobe Hooper's Lifeforce thrown in for good measure. The story concerns a desperate manhunt for a young, but rapidly growing, little girl who has taken part in a genetic experiment that has combined alien and human DNA, resulting in a creature (code-named "Sil" and designed by H.R..."

Film
Recommended
  July 14, 1995
"...SPECIESD: Roger Donaldson; with Ben Kingsley, Michael Madsen, Alfred Molina, Forest Whitaker, Marg Helgenberger, Natasha Henstridge. From the unlikely team of producer Frank Mancuso, Jr., one of the key players in the long-running Friday the 13th slasher franchise, and director Roger Donaldson, the man behind the recent remake of The Getaway, comes this gory creature feature that, despite a very promising first 15 minutes, proves to be nothing more than another tired rip-off of Alien, with a touch of Tobe Hooper's Lifeforce thrown in for good measure. The story concerns a desperate manhunt for a young, but rapidly growing, little girl who has taken part in a genetic experiment that has combined alien and human DNA, resulting in a creature (code-named "Sil" and designed by H.R..."

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