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John Weigel graduated from the University of Texas with a B.A. in Arts. He graduated from the University of Texas Law School and became a lawyer in the State of Texas in 1999. After law school, John served as an aide to Gary Bludseo the President of the Texas NAACP an assisted in the James Bryd dragging case in Jasper, Texas. He graduated from the University of Houston with a M.A. in history and a M.A. of criminology and began teaching. He has taught criminal law at Texas State University, The University of Houston, and San Jacinto College.
John has taught college level courses in policing and criminal law at the University of Houston Clear Lake, Texas State University, and San Jacinto College. He has a Masters of Criminal Justice and is currently working on a Doctorate of Criminal Justice at Texas State University.
John is currently in his last semesters prior to receiving his Doctorate of Criminology from Texas State University. His focus is criminal law including traffic tickets and misdemeanors.