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Catherine Crier Bio, Age, Husband, Net Worth, Books, Judge, Twitter

Catherine Crier is an American journalist, an actress, and author of A Deadly Game and The Case Against Lawyers. Crier was awarded an Emmy in 1996 for

Catherine Crier Biography

Catherine Crier is an American journalist, an actress, and author of A Deadly Game and The Case Against Lawyers. Crier was awarded an Emmy in 1996 for outstanding investigative journalism for her piece “The Predators” which examined nursing home abuse. She is known as being the youngest elected state judge in Texas history at age thirty and served as a Texas State District Judge for the 162nd District Court. She was born in Dallas, Texas, USA as Catherine Jean Crier.

Catherine Crier Age

Jean Crier was born on November 6, 1954, in Dallas, Texas. She is 64 years old as of 2018.

Catherine Crier Family

Crier was born in Dallas, Texas in 1954 to Ann, a horse breeder and homemaker, and William Crier, a banker. She has two sisters.

Catherine Crier Husband

Christopher Wilson (8 October 1994 – present)
Michael Barrett (10 June 1978 – 25 March 1987) ( divorced)

Catherine Crier Education

Journalist Crier attended Richardson High School. She later earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in political science and international affairs from the University of Texas and her law degree from Southern Methodist University School of Law.

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Catherine Crier Career

A Deadly Game and The Case Against Lawyers are written by Catherine Jean Crier, an American journalist. At the age of thirty, she was the youngest elected state judge in Texas history and served for the 162nd District Court as a Texas State District Judge. Crier is presently a managing partner for television, movie and documentary projects at Cajole Entertainment. She appears frequently as a guest

Crier started her legal career at the Dallas County District Attorney’s office in 1978, beginning as an Assistant District Attorney, then becoming Felony Chief Prosecutor. Crier was a civil litigation lawyer with Riddle & Brown from 1982 to 1984, dealing with complicated business and company issues. She was appointed as a State District Judge at the 162nd District Court in Dallas County in 1984.

Crier started her television career at CNN in 1990. She co-anchored Inside Politics ‘ 92, an everyday show that followed the political process of 1992, as well as The World Today, the leading newscast on the afternoon. She also hosted a live, half-hour news talk show, Crier & Company. This show included a panel of female policy specialists discussing common issues at home and abroad.

In October 2002, Crier published her bestseller in the New York Times, The Case Against Lawyers. Her second novel, A Deadly Game: Scott Peterson Investigation’s Untold Story became a #1 bestseller in the New York Times, followed by Contempt–How the Right Is Wronging American Justice, and Final Analysis: Susan Polk Murder Case’s Untold Story. Her fifth book, the Patriot Acts.

 Crier Net Worth

Jean Crier has an estimated net worth of around $1 Million.

 Crier Books

Patriot Acts: What Americans Must Do to Save the Republic: 2011
A Deadly Kind of Love: 2008
The Untold Story of the Susan Polk Murder Case: 2007
Contempt: How the Right is Wronging American Justice: 2005
The Untold Story of the Scott Peterson Investigation: 2005
The Case Against Lawyers: How the Lawyers, Politicians, and Bureaucrats Have Turned the Law Into an Instrument of Tyranny–and What We as Citizens Have to Do About It: 2002

 Crier Judge

Crier was elected to the 162nd District Court in Dallas County as a State District Judge, becoming the youngest elected state judge in Texas history.

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