Judge Ryan Luna

Serving as your 414th District Court Judge is a profound honor.

Micah 6:8 says:

“. . . [W]hat does the Lord require of you, but to do justice, and to love mercy, and to walk humbly with your God?”

We all make mistakes. My grandad likes to say, “the only people not making mistakes are those in the grave.” As judge, I commit to showing mercy to those who appear before me.

The judicial robe does not make me a god or a king. I am extremely grateful to serve as a judge, and I commit to exercising my authority with humility.

I am humbled and honored to have your committed support, and for the honor of serving you, and the great State of Texas as judge!

Devoted Husband and Father

Civil Servant

True Conservative

“Judges are to be impartial, and to decide cases based on the facts and the law, not legislating from the bench. That’s what I commit to do as judge. “