Although she presides in the 212th District Court in Galveston, Judge Susan Criss freely admits that dachshunds rule her life at home. "I've had them all my life," she says of the long, slim-bodied hounds with short legs and big personalities. "They're extremely intelligent; they think they're people. They're very sweet and loving, but they're also very tricky." Criss' friendship with dachshunds goes back to law school in the early 1980s, when she found companionship from Fred and Rodney.
Judge Susan Criss ♥s Justice and Dachshunds
August 13, 2012
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