About

A Note From Greg

I left my bench, as Judge for County Court at Law #1 and Probate Court, in order to further represent Brazoria County in a legislative capacity. I tried to represent Brazoria County in Washington D.C. I put in the work, I took the risks, made the struggles … but I lost. I have scars from continuing to fight for Brazoria County. The pains of defeat have become celebrations of victory that one finds in the face of adversity and failure. I prayed about the decision to run at that time, and believe it was God’s will that I run and lose. Coming to this reality has been a great awakening and gives me peace. Sometimes defeat helps ground you, brings you closer to family, and closer to what is most important. It is easy as an elected official, or someone that believes in serving others, to serve at the detriment to your own family, and having God remind me of this was a great blessing. I am a proud local Brazoria County boy and have been here my whole life, and I look forward to being your next Judge for the 239th District Court and retiring on the bench.

A Lifelong County Resident

The geographical area for the 239th State District Court, created by statute, is all of Brazoria County. The 239th District Court is a state trial court of general jurisdiction. The 239th has original jurisdiction in felony criminal matters, civil matters, title to land, and contested elections.

A Local Prosecutor, Judge and Public Servant

After graduating from Texas A&M University, Greg taught High School Spanish before becoming a U.S. Border Patrol Agent and serving on the front lines in the war on drugs. 

After graduating from the South Texas College of Law, Greg went to work as a local prosecutor before starting his own law firm.  He was elected to three terms on the Pearland City Council and served as Mayor Pro Tem. 

In 2018, Greg was elected judge of County Court at Law #1 and Probate Court in Brazoria County, and is now running to continue to serve Brazoria County as the next judge for the 239th State District Court. 

A Community Leader

In addition to his legal career and service to our country, Greg is a community leader having served as Vice President for the Brazoria County Cities Association, President of the Pearland Lions Club, founding executive board member of the Pearland ISD Education Foundation, board member for the Vic Coppinger YMCA, and several other organizations throughout Brazoria County. 

Greg is also a member of several local chambers of commerce, a lifetime member of the Brazoria County Fair & Rodeo, and a lifetime member of the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo. Greg is an active donor/sponsor to many organizations throughout the county.

A Dedicated Family Man

Greg is married to his lovely wife, Amy Hill, and has two wonderful children, Isabella and Ford Hill, and they are active in their local Church.