Stu Madison


Stu Madison began his career as a prosecutor for the State of Texas at the County Attorney’s Office of Johnson County. He retired after 28 years of service, 20 of those as the Chief Prosecutor. He has 140 jury trials in his career, handling both adult and juvenile crimes along with civil cases relating to the protection and placement of children.

Stu attended Texas A&M University where he received a Bachelor of Arts Degree. He attended law school at Texas Tech School of Law where he was elected to their Board of Barristers and served as Class Speaker at his law school commencement.

Stu served on the Cleburne Independent School District Board of Trustees for 10 years, 5 of those as Board President. He is a former President of the Johnson County Bar Association, a former adjunct professor of criminal justice at Hill College, and spent 5 years as a volunteer judge for the Johnson County Teen Court. He has served as a board member for the United Way and the Tour De Goatneck Bicycle Ride and is serving as a board member for the Chisholm Trail 100 Club. Stu is an Eagle Scout, and the father of an Eagle Scout. In his free time, he enjoys being trained by his two Labradors.


B.A. Texas A&M University 1991
J.D. Texas Tech University School of Law 1994

Affiliations / Bar Memberships

State Bar of Texas, School, Employment and Litigation Sections
Johnson County Bar Association

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