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Williamson County Justices of peace encounter a bit of everything

Mar 15, 2016

From public intoxication to pigs in the roadway, Williamson County justices of the peace get to see a little bit of almost everything during the course of their workdays. Three of the county’s four justices of the peace held forth on their triumphs and tragedies — explaining the wide variety of circumstances they encounter — during a luncheon Thursday hosted by the Williamson County Republican … read more

Judge Gravell Speaks out about District Attorney

Mar 3, 2016

WILLIAMSON COUNTY, Texas (KXAN) — On a day Texas celebrates its independence, there’s a question of how justice is being handled in Williamson County. “It’s disappointing because I think the expectations were high.” Jana Duty (Wilco.org Photo) Jana Duty (Wilco.org Photo) Judge Bill Gravell just celebrated his three-year anniversary as a justice of the peace for the county. He got to know Jana Duty when … read more

Judge Gravell speaks, “More troopers headed to the Texas border”

Dec 18, 2015

About 3700 applied. Of that pool, 142 invitations were sent. Friday morning only 102 cadets took the oath and a badge as a Texas State Trooper. Gov. Greg Abbott noted 41 of the 102 will be assigned to the Texas border. They’re among 250 new trooper positions authorized by the legislature. But Abbott said -the entire class shares that mission. “So it doesn’t matter if … read more

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