“As your judge, my rulings will be based on the law and the evidence presented in open court, not behind closed doors. I am committed to working hard for you, the Tarrant County citizens. I’ll use my experience to serve all of our families with transparency, integrity, efficiency, compassion, and accountability. I ask for your vote.” Cynthia F. Terry
Cynthia currently serves as an Associate Judge in the 323rd Family Juvenile District Court since 2019. This court handles juvenile delinquency, CPS, and child custody matters. She runs her court with transparency, efficiency, and compassion while following the law.
Prior to serving as Associate Judge, Cynthia primarily practiced family and business litigation through Tarrant and the surrounding counties. For her work in the courtroom, Cynthia has been named a Top Attorney by Fort Worth Magazine and often received referrals from other attorneys on tough, complicated cases.
Prior to moving to Texas, Cynthia worked as a former judge in Michigan and as the judicial advisory assistant to the chief judge of a circuit court. There she wrote opinions on civil motions, maintained courtroom decorum and the integrity of all juries, and wrote rulings on inmate motions for the criminal cases before the Court.
As demonstrated throughout her life and career, Cynthia’s judicial and legal experience, work ethic, compassion, and strong conservative values make her uniquely qualified for this important bench.
Cynthia is a long-time member of Fort Worth Republican Women and has served as a Vice President or on a board committee for more than 9 years. She has also served as a delegate at the State Convention.
Over the years, Cynthia has assisted on various campaigns including Governor Greg Abbott, Senator Konni Burton, and Judge Brooke Allen. This included block walking, voter registration drives, electioneering, and phone banks in an effort to get the voters out to the polls. Through her hard work, Cynthia has helped keep Texas and Tarrant County red. You can still find her at the polls engaging voters to Keep Texas Red.
While finishing law school and working full-time, Cynthia began her family and continued her strong commitment to service. She served many years on the PTA Board. Cynthia has also served on the Santa Fe Youth Services Board and volunteered for many other local non-profits. Cynthia gives both her time and treasure to our community.
Cynthia lives with her family in Mansfield, near her parents Anastasio and Anita Favila, of Arlington, Texas. They are members of St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Arlington, Texas. Cynthia earned her law degree from Western Michigan University Thomas M. Cooley Law School and graduated from the University of Michigan.
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