My dad Jim Hudgins became a lawyer in 1973, when I was only 2. He worked during the day to support us and attended night school at South Texas College of Law to become a lawyer. My dad was not known for his prowess as a student. My mom tells stories of having to lock him in a room to make sure he studied. But what he lacked in studiousness, he made up for with amazing instincts . . .
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