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Elma Salinas Ender was born on 11 August, 1953, is an Attorney. At 67 years old, Elma Salinas Ender height not available right now. We will update Elma Salinas Ender's height soon as possible.
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|Elma Salinas Ender Age||69 years old|
|Born||11 August 1953|
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Who Is Elma Salinas Ender's Husband?
Her husband is David Allen Ender (m. 1986)
|Husband||David Allen Ender (m. 1986)|
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|Net Worth in 2022||$1 Million - $5 Million|
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|Source of Income||Attorney|
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In 1984, Ender was elected to her first four-year term on the court. She was reelected without opposition in 1988, 1992, 1996, 2000, 2004, and 2008. She served as the administrative judge for the Webb County district court judges. Ender did not seek an eighth term in the Democratic primary election held on May 29, 2012. Instead, another Hispanic woman, Beckie Palomo of Laredo, was tapped by voters for the 341st Judicial District. Palomo then faced no Republican opposition in the general election held on November 6, 2012 in the staunchly Democrat county.
In 2011, Judge Ender forbade the family of murder defendant Joseph Allen Garcia from observing the jury selection process in the case. She cited the fire code and the lack of available space in the courtroom in making her determination. Garcia was tried and convicted in the 2003 drive-by killing in Laredo of Mario Alberto Gonzalez. Garcia, who maintains that he never committed the crime, was sixteen years old at the time of the arrest. He posted bond in the amount of $1.25 million and promptly fled to Mexico. Garcia was named to the U.S. Marshal's "15 Most Wanted List". The case was carried by John Walsh's television series, America's Most Wanted. After seven years, Garcia was re-arrested in 2010 and immediately extradited to the United States. Garcia ultimately received seventy years imprisonment, which he began serving in the state prison in Beeville. In 2013, after Ender had retired from the bench, the Texas Fourth Court of Appeals in San Antonio determined that she violated Garcia's rights under the Sixth Amendment to the United States Constitution by barring his family from observing jury deliberations. The appeals court ordered a new trial at the district court level on grounds that Judge Ender failed to make proper accommodations for the Garcia family so they could observe the deliberations. Otherwise, the appeals court said that the trial had elements of a "private" event, rather than a fully public proceeding.
Rotary International named Ender a Paul Harris Fellow in 2002. Judge Ender was honored as "Laredoan of the Year" in 2012 by the Laredo Morning Times.
Her judicial duties initially included juvenile law, the appeals of which go directly to the Texas Supreme Court. Since her tenure on the court began, she has observed an explosion in both juvenile and child-abuse cases in Webb County. She urged support in the 1990s for legislation sponsored by the late Lieutenant Governor Bob Bullock, which called for reduced class sizes in public schools and testing for learning disabilities. Ender was among civic and political figures in Laredo who fought for the establishment of the four-year Texas A&M International University, located off the interstate loop named for Bob Bullock.
Elma Teresa Salinas Ender 1983–2012
Ender graduated in 1970 from J. W. Nixon High School in Laredo. In 1974, she received her undergraduate degree in accounting and Spanish from the University of Texas at Austin. She obtained her law degree in 1978 from St. Mary's University School of Law in San Antonio.
Elma Teresa Salinas Ender (born August 11, 1953) is an American attorney, who was the youngest woman and the first Hispanic female to serve as a state district court judge in the U.S. state of Texas. In the month of her thirtieth birthday, Ender was appointed by then Governor Mark Wells White as the first judge of the then newly established 341st Judicial District, based in her native Laredo in Webb County in south Texas. Salinas served for twenty-nine years in the judicial position prior to her retirement, announced in 2011 and effective on December 31, 2012. She hence set a record of longevity among the four Webb County justices serving in recent decades on the state courts, Districts 49, 111, 341, and 406, numbered in order of creation by the Texas Legislature.
Ender's husband, David Allen Ender (born 1952), is an area supervisor for a pipeline company. His parents are the late Otto and Ottilia Novak Ender of Karnes City, Texas. The couple married in 1986. They have two daughters, Jacqueline Christine Faas, and husband, Courtney, and the beautiful Amy Elizabeth Ender, and fiancé, Armen Stevens. Like her parents, Ender is Roman Catholic. She also dabbles in her spare time in landscape paintings.
Ender is the youngest of three children of Oscar David Salinas, Sr. (1924-1997), and the former Elma Lopez (1922-2016), a native of Hebbronville, Texas, who was employed for many years by the Webb County tax assessor's office. Judge Ender's two brothers are Oscar David Salinas, Jr., and Juan Alberto Salinas, Sr., and his wife, Janet.