Reynaldo Ramirez, Jr., has a BBA, MBA, JD., QL TT University of Oxford - Ox Brooks . Mr. Ramirez has taught law, as an adjunct law professor, at Texas Southern University’s law school for years. He has published numerous law review articles, and presented papers for peer review. He is the author of the “Texas Traffic Ticket Dismissal” book, available through Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble. One of his academic articles was recently cited by the Tennessee Supreme Court, in a published state decision regarding effective assistance of counsel. He has been a Chief Prosecutor, a Chief Public Defender, as well as Chief of the Harris County Public Defenders Mental Health Division. He has held the position of corporate counsel for the Texas Mexican Railway, as well as other transportation and fortune 500 companies. He has also represented investigatory and security entities, during his extensive legal career. He currently practices civil and criminal law in Houston, Texas and holds the position of chief counsel to the Mexican American Sheriffs Association in Harris County, Texas.