Linda Molina is an attorney in private practice, and is licensed to practice in both State and Federal courts in Texas. Linda served as an Assistant District Attorney in Bexar County for 12 years. As a prosecutor, she handled all types of criminal cases at all points in the process, in both adult and juvenile court, both felonies and misdemeanors, from magistration to jury trial. She tried approximately 100 cases, in adult and juvenile courts, and also handled countless motions and miscellaneous hearings.
Linda also served as an Assistant Attorney General in the Texas Attorney General’s Office in Austin, in their Habeas Corpus Section. As an Assistant Attorney General, Linda handled approximately 100 cases.
Linda now proudly works as a defense attorney. Due to her foundation and background as a prosecutor, Linda knows what to look for in the State's file; she knows what it takes to make a case and knows how to take one apart. She travels to and works in several counties in Texas, defending her clients. She also consistently works in the Probate and Civil District Courts in Bexar County.
Linda received a Bachelor of Arts in English and Spanish from Southern Methodist University, a Master of Arts in Spanish from the University of Texas at San Antonio, and a Juris Doctor degree from the Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law.
Linda was appointed by Governor Greg Abbott to the Texas Medical Board, where she sits as a Public Member of the Board.
Linda is also the Municipal Judge for the City of Sandy Oaks, in Bexar County, Texas.
Linda has a varied breadth of legal experience, including extensive trial work, negotiation skills, and the handling of civil and probate cases.