For Mike Ramsey, justice is personal.

When he was a young attorney fresh out of law school at Southern Methodist University, Ramsey represented his father, V.V. “Red” Ramsey, a Harris County commissioner, when he was accused of taking kickbacks from the company that supplied the county’s voting machines. Ramsey lost the case, and his father went to prison for a year in the mid-1970s.

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