In 1984, she was elected to the 162nd District Court in Dallas County as a State District Judge, becoming the youngest elected state judge in Texas history.
During her tenure on the bench, Crier also served as Administrative Judge for the Civil District Courts and worked with the ABA, National Judicial College, and Texas Legislature.
So yes, she is no longer with Court TV....was fired.
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Catherine forgot that people liked to hear her comments on court cases and the trials they were covering.
She ran Republican in Dallas for a job on the bench as a State Judge.
Additionally, she co-anchored the evening news, election coverage and Fox Files, a magazine news show aired on the parent network.
She served as Executive Editor, Legal News Specials, in addition to hosting Catherine Crier Live, a live daily series, covering the day's "front-page" stories.
The tycoon-turned-philanthropist has removed the wallet from his blazer to show me a printed card with his "11 Voluntary Initiatives," an oddly naive reinvention of the Ten Commandments that he concocted some 15 years ago, including such vows as "I promise to care for Planet Earth and all living things thereon, especially my fellow beings." He leans forward, adamant about reading each one. "I worked on them for a long time." It's a rare burst of energy from this man who once epitomized it.
Where she turned everyone OFF was her liberal political rants.
She was good when she covered Scott Peterson and other trials on CTV.
This show included a panel of female policy experts who discussed popular national and international issues.
In 1996, Crier became one of the founding television anchors for the Fox News Channel with her prime time program, The Crier Report, a live, hour-long nightly show, during which she interviewed leading newsmakers of the day.
Crier began her career in law in 1978 in the Dallas County District Attorney's office, starting as an Assistant District Attorney, then becoming Felony Chief Prosecutor.