Kyle Peeler has practiced law for forty years and is the presiding Judge for the Midland County Court at Law.
He is a graduate of Lee High School, Baylor University, and the Baylor University School of Law.
He began his legal career in Pleasanton, Texas with an emphasis on all forms of civil and criminal litigation.
Career in Midland
Kyle and his family moved back to his hometown of Midland, Texas in 1993 where he accepted the position of in-house counsel and administrative manager for a heavy equipment dealership with territories covering fifty-six Texas and New Mexico counties.
Kyle left the company in 1998 to return to the practice of law as a solo practitioner in Midland and in the short span of eighteen months, he represented clients in jury trials at all levels of the Midland County Courts.
In February of 2000, he was invited to become an associate member of Stubbeman, McRae, Sealy, Laughlin and Browder, Inc. and became a shareholder of the firm two years later with an emphasis on commercial, family and criminal litigation.
In addition to his duties as presiding Judge of the Midland County Court at Law, he is also the designated Juvenile Court Judge and Chairman of the Juvenile Board of Midland County. In the past two years he has developed a Juvenile Board Guide used by judges statewide and distributed by the Texas Center for the Judiciary.
He has recently completed an update and revision of the Juvenile Proceedings chapter of The Bench Book given to all state judges at the request of the Texas Center for the Judiciary in response to his dedicated work in the field of Juvenile law.
He is married to his high school sweetheart, Pam, and they have three sons and six grandchildren.