Judge, Brazoria County Court at Law No. 4 and Probate Court, Angleton
(979) 864-1980 | [email protected]
Judge Rickert earned a BA in political science from the University of Houston in 1995. Then, in 1997, she completed a JD at South Texas College of Law. After graduating from law school, Judge Rickert began her legal career as an assistant district attorney in the Brazoria County Criminal District Attorney’s Office. During her ten-year tenure there, she handled misdemeanor and felony cases. She also represented the State of Texas in child abuse and neglect cases.
Judge Rickert was elected in 2006 to serve as the County’s first presiding judge in the County Court at Law No. 4 and Probate Court and is still serving in this position. She also presides over the county’s DWI Court — an innovative approach to supervising repeat DWI offenders on probation. County Court at Law No. 4 has jurisdiction over criminal misdemeanors, juvenile cases of all levels, civil cases, and probate and guardianship cases.
A resident of Angleton, Judge Rickert attends Brazospointe Fellowship Church, where she teaches a kindergarten Sunday school class. When not presiding over the bench, she enjoys camping, biking, running, and anything involving her granddaughter.
Guest Speaker: Honorable Judge Lori Rickert
Title: Brazoria County’s DWI Court
Location: El Patio, 100 W Magnolia St, Angleton, TX 77515
Those attending MUST RSVP by Wednesday April 12, 2023 at 5:00 P.M. to [email protected] or via the link below. Non-members may attend only if sponsored and accompanied by a Brazoria County Bar Association member. Non-members and those who do not RSVP timely are charged $20.
Please screenshot or print out your RSVP ticket. There will be no recording for this presentation as requested by Judge Lori Rickert.