Women In Law : Christine Dauphin Hernández

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Christine Dauphin Hernández, Founder/Attorney at Law

Born in Lafayette, Louisiana, Christine Dauphin Hernández moved to San Antonio, Texas in the Summer of 1987 with her mother and younger brother.  As a child, Christine accompanied her mom to work at a local non-profit organization, where she learned the value of community service.  Today, Christine volunteers with and supports various non-profits aimed at aiding children and victims of domestic violence.  Twelve years with the City of San Antonio Municipal Court as a Judge and Magistrate, Christine was a dedicated and compassionate jurist.  In 2020, she was called to serve in another capacity and opened Christine opened Dauphin Law, a Professional Corporation. Understanding that mistakes do not necessarily define a person, Christine’s law practice is focused on helping people facing criminal charges to re-define their lives.  

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