Sakai Sisterhood

Many of you have been with Judge Peter Sakai, the Champion of Children, since the beginning of the Sakai Sisterhood. The Sakai Sisterhood recognizes the power of grandmothers, mothers, sisters, aunts, and friends who support children and families in our community. Judge Sakai calls the Sakai Sisterhood to ACTION for the Re-Election, so he can continue to protect children, empower […]Read More Sakai Sisterhood

Judge Peter Sakai unanimously elected as Local Administrative Judge

On December 1, 2017 Donna Kay McKinney, Bexar County District Clerk announces the results of the recent election by the District Court Judges in Bexar County. The District Judges unanimously elected Judge Peter Sakai, 225th District Court to serve a two-year term as the Local Administrative Judge of Bexar County District Courts. Judge Sakai will serve as representative of all […]Read More Judge Peter Sakai unanimously elected as Local Administrative Judge

Judge is optimistic for CPS reform in 2017

Problems with Child Protective Services are no secret, there was a federal lawsuit filed, and harsh criticism from lawmakers in 2016. One Bexar County judge however says he’s optimistic 2017 will finally see an end to those issues. Travis Allen fought to bring his daughter and son together after the state had to step-in, and put them in foster care. […]Read More Judge is optimistic for CPS reform in 2017

Child Abuse: A Silent Epidemic in Bexar County

This year in Bexar County, 19 children suffered abuse-related deaths. Some 6,000 cases of child abuse were confirmed, meaning that one out of every 100 children in our community is a victim – the highest per capita ratio in the state of Texas. The US Department of Health and Human Services states that victims of abuse experience devastating lifelong aftereffects, […]Read More Child Abuse: A Silent Epidemic in Bexar County