Gov. Perry Appoints Snyder Attorney as District Attorney of 132nd Judicial District

Gov. Rick Perry has appointed Benjamin Smith of Snyder as district attorney of the 132nd Judicial District in Borden and Scurry counties for a term to expire at the next general election.
(Governor's Press Office Release)

AUSTIN – Gov. Rick Perry has appointed Benjamin Smith of Snyder as district attorney of the 132nd Judicial District in Borden and Scurry counties for a term to expire at the next general election.

Smith is the Borden County attorney and an assistant district attorney for the 132nd Judicial District. He is a former partner at Hargrove and Smith Attorneys at Law and former municipal court judge for the City of Snyder. He is a member of the State Bar of Texas and Texas District and County Attorneys Association, and a past board member of the West Texas Children’s Advocacy Center. He is also a lay leader at First United Methodist Church of Snyder, a member of the Snyder Independent School District Tiger Dads, and a past member of the Snyder Lions Club.

Smith received a bachelor’s degree and law degree from Texas Tech University.
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