A graduate of Oklahoma Christian University and a CPA, Chris received an M.B.A. and J.D. from Texas Tech. While in law school, he authored “The Right to Anonymity,” a comprehensive study of Constitutionally protected privacy rights which, later was published and inspired a change in Texas privacy laws.
Chris began his career as a National Bank Examiner and throughout his law career has been involved in general civil litigation, banking, oil and gas, real estate, and family law litigation. At the age of 33, Chris won a Texas Supreme Court case, securing the rights of Texans to testify on their own behalf in civil trials. He is a former judge and now has a law practice in Bulverde, Texas. Chris has served as Counsel for the Center for Security Policy in Washington, D.C. and Texas Counsel for Act for America, focused on fighting against Sharia in America and for American Law for American Courts. He serves as Counsel for Truth in Texas Textbooks Coalition. Additionally, Chris is an independent oil and gas businessman with corporate experience as Risk Manager, Ultramar Diamond Shamrock and ConocoPhilips.
Chris is a dedicated father to two children, Brittany and Coleton, and believes that life begins at conception. His passion for their education led to him co-founding a K-12 Classical & Christian School and later a multistate character and service development program in partnership with Rotary clubs used in public and private schools called Early Act First Night (EAFK.org).
Chris is called upon frequently to speak on a variety of topics centered on Liberty, Sharia Law, Women’s Rights, Legislation, the Constitution, God’s Covenant with America, and lay evangelism such as 7 Days in Nineveh. He also has testified on numerous occasion at the State Capital.