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Jack Warner Beech, American lawyer. Bar: Texas 1962, United States District Court (northern district) Texas 1966, Supreme Court of the United States Court 1972, United States District Court (western district) Texas 1973, United States Court Appeals (5th circuit).


Beech, Jack Warner was born on December 21, 1935 in Fort Worth, Texas, United States. Son of Jack Bruce and Mildred (Adair) Beech.


Bachelor of Science, Texas Wesleyan University, 1959. Juris Doctor, Baylor University, 1962.


Briefing attorney Texas Court Criminal Appeals, Austin, 1962—1963. Assistant district attorney Tarrant County District Attorney' General’ s Office, Fort Worth, 1963—1965. Associate Rawlings Sayer Scarlock & Edison, 1965—1967.

Sole practice, since 1967. Instructor criminal law Tarrant County Junior College, 1972—1973, University Texas-Arlington, 1973—1974.


Jesus Christ is Lord and Savior, and the Bible is the divinely inspired word of God that serves as the final written authority for living out the Christian faith.


Religious liberty is not merely the right to remain in the religion of one’s birth, but includes the right of anyone to change his religious loyalties without fear of persecution.


A true Christian should help those in need, regardless of religious affiliation.


President Young Democrats, Fort Worth, 1957. Delegate Texas Democratic Convention, 1965—1969, Tarrant County Democratic Committee Convention, 1965—1969. Texas Bar Association (chairman criminal law secretary 1964-1965), Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association (president 1976-1978, vice president 1980-1982), Fort Worth Club, Headliners Club, River Bend Club, Elks Club.


Married Pam Smith, April 1, 1970 (divorced 1971). Children: Theresa, Jack Warner.