Albert M. McCaig, Jr. (Buddy)
Judge McCaig is a graduate of
Waller High School, Sam Houston State University and South Texas College of Law. He and his wife, Kitty, have been married
since July 31, 1971. They have two children, Amanda and Donald, both honors graduates of Waller High School and now
making their own way in life. Judge McCaig was named as a 2017 Distinguished Service Alumi for Sam Houston State University.
Prior to assuming the bench,
Judge McCaig was an active civic leader in the Chamber of Commerce, Lions Club, Rotary Club, County Fair Association, FFA,
Waller ISD Education Foundation and a 4-year member of the Waller ISD School Board. The McCaig family attends Waller
Appointed as Judge of the 506th Judicial District Court, Judge McCaig took office
in October, 2007. Judge McCaig's main office is in the Waller County Courthouse, with secondary facilities in the Grimes
County Courthouse. Judge McCaig serves both Waller County and Grimes County in his district.
Waller High School, 1968
Sam Houston State University, 1972
South Texas College of Law, 1978
General law practice including commercial litigation, personal injury, real estate, property law, business law, elder
law and mediation. Mediation qualification was through the Attorney Mediators Institute.
Assistant district attorney and special prosecutor in Waller County taking on several highly publicized cases of
fraud, financial wrongdoing, voter misconduct and theft in a public institution.
Served a term
as a director of the General Practice, Small Firm and Solo Practice Section of the State Bar of Texas.
Qualified for prosecution
and defense of capital murder cases for over 12-years. Tried dozens of cases to juries and hundreds of trials and contested
matters to judges; including both civil and criminal cases.
Commissioned as an Armor Officer in
the United States Army in 1972
Served over 10 years on active duty over two stints; almost 14 years with Army Reserves and Texas Army National Guard
Commanded a tank
company in Europe in the mid-1980's; many other command and staff positions
Retired as a Major in 1995
U.S. Army National ROTC Hall of Fame Inductee, 2016