Steve Starnes, as one of our senior attorneys, specializes in professional liability and civil RICO cases throughout Alabama and Florida.
As noted by the Court in the Squitieri litigation, this amended complaint fails to include factual allegations supporting its constitutional claims.
Early Life and Education
Sarah first encountered families needing assistance when she was still young, including a heart patient named Manny undergoing heart surgery who died during his procedure. Sarah was so moved by their story that she pledged her future career as a nurse so as to assist similar families like theirs.
Once Sarah graduated college, she found her ideal job working in the cardiovascular acute care unit of her former hospital where she’d undergone treatment herself. There patients start their recovery after complex surgeries.
Starnes currently teaches chemistry at A&M-Commerce and thoroughly enjoys helping his students reach their full potential and explore innovative ideas. In his free time he travels extensively to experience other cultures and the daily lives of different countries he writes for national publications like Wall Street Journal and Barron’s while simultaneously playing violin professionally and supporting the arts community.
Starnes enjoys both teaching at A&M-Commerce and traveling around the world to experience different cultures and ways of life. He has an avid passion for science as well as helping his students reach their maximum potential.
Starnes established Bee Creek Recording Studio on property he purchased near Seguin in the 1970s. Over time, he recorded artists ranging from honky-tonker Junior Brown to Grammy Award winner Alejandro Escovedo as well as commercial-jingle sessions for commercial clients.
He brings extensive business law experience, from complex litigation and financial services regulation, to long term care provider defense and legal malpractice representation for attorneys and law firms. Additionally, he holds licenses in South Carolina and Texas.
Achievement and Honors
Starnes began his broadcast journalism career at 19 when he started at WGEM, an NBC affiliate in Quincy, Illinois. Ten years later he moved on to WTHR as a photographer – one of his greatest successes was working on a documentary about the Ku Klux Klan in 1982, earning national renown and garnering Starnes national attention for it. Starnes will be honored with induction into the Indiana Broadcast Pioneers Richard M. Fairbanks Hall of Fame later this month. Additionally, he serves on Gainesville Economic Development Corporation board and TCOG Homeland Security Advisory Council board, while previously alderman for City of Lindsay. In 2022 he will run against former Judge John Roane and current commissioner Leon Klement for Cooke County Commissioner Court Precinct 4 seat in Cooke County Commissioner Court election.
Starnes spends his free time playing mandolin and fiddle, which were both passed down from his two grandfathers who were musicians. Additionally, he is an avid reader with an intense curiosity for music history.
He currently serves as Cooke County Judge and is running for re-election this November. He was appointed to this post in January 2021 to replace Jason Brinkley.
He lives with his wife and three children on Saint Pauls Church Rd in Newton, North Carolina. He has been associated with Brenda Starnes and Jennifer Starnes and may also be related to Evelyn Pennington and Mary Starnes. Additionally he has relatives in Indiana; enjoys traveling abroad to experience culture first-hand while working tirelessly helping others realize their full potential and achieve their goals.
He is an American traditionalist feature writer, commentator, columnist and radio personality renowned for his traditionalist writing and receiving multiple awards for it.
Starnes has published numerous books and contributed articles to a range of magazines. Additionally, he serves on the TCOG Homeland Security Advisory Council and Gainesville Economic Development Corporation; additionally he was once elected alderman for Lindsay city council.
Starnes’ net worth is estimated to be approximately $3 Million dollars. He owns several properties and makes a healthy salary as a judge, as well as investments and the family ranch where they raise cutting and barrel horses. Brenda, Starnes’ wife is an educator; together they have five children together who all enjoy camping trips and horseback riding adventures together. Starnes also remains active within his church community as an active Republican voter.