Judge Martin Hoffman believes in the principles of fairness and equality in the courtroom. He has always maintained a commitment to a trial by jury, respect, and fairness for all. Judge Hoffman brings years of experience, leadership inside and outside the courthouse, and innovation to the office of 68th District Court Judge.
Engaged in the community – He has dedicated countless hours to the community through his work with the Dallas County School Board, Dallas Homeowners League and performing over 1,000 wedding ceremonies at no cost.
Compassionate – He developed a foreclosure program to help people keep their homes
Committed to efficiency and fairness – The 68th District court has increased the number of hearings scheduled on the hearing docket, which has cut the waiting times for parties by half.
Respected by his peers – He has been elected three times by the over 11,000 members of the Dallas Bar to the Dallas Bar Board of Directors.
Demonstrated record of leadership – He was selected as the sole judicial liaison to the Vision 2020 Committee charged with developing a long-term plan for the Dallas Bar.
Outstanding Trial Judge Award in 2013
By the Texas Attorney Mediators Coalition for his work with foreclosure mediation
Outstanding Service Award in 2013
By the Texas Tech Alumni Association
Outstanding Mentor Award in 2012
By both the Texas Young Lawyer Association and the Dallas Association of Young Lawyers for my Judicial Internship