Caleb I. Moore grew up in Bedford, Texas and attended Trinity High School. After... more
Caleb I. Moore grew up in Bedford, Texas and attended Trinity High School. After graduating, he attended Southwest Texas State (now Texas State), where he graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice. Just prior to beginning law school, Caleb and his wife had their first of two boys and moved back to the mid cities area to be closer to family and to start law school. ... view profile
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