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Williamson County, TX lies just north of Austin, along the Balcones Escarpment fault zone, and is named for Robert McAlpin Williamson, a leader of the Battle of San Jacinto. Formed in 1848, Williamson County now boasts a population of approximately 373,300. Residents are drawn to the low cost of living and crime rates. Residents and visitors alike are able to enjoy the county's many attractions, including the Williamson Museum, the historical Williamson County Courthouse, and outdoor activities such as the Inner Space Caverns.
This thriving community has attracted numerous Williamson County lawyers. These talented attorneys routinely handle cases involving personal injury, real estate transactions and disputes, criminal matters, will trusts and estates, and many other issues.
Lawyers in Williamson County recently argued both sides of a lawsuit against Williamson County. The lawsuit, filed by the Texas Fair Defense Project, accused Williamson County judges and county employees of "engaging in a systematic and deliberate scheme to deprive misdemeanor defendants of their right to have a lawyer assist them and be represented by court-appointed counsel" when they were unable to pay for their own representation. The trial court found in favor of the Texas Fair Defense Project; the county has appealed the case.
The Texas judicial system is composed many different courts. Williamson County attorneys routinely argue their case before the 26th, 277th, 368th, 395th, or 425th District Courts, the 3rd Court of Appeals, the Court of Criminal Appeals, and the Supreme Court of Texas. A Williamson County lawyer can advise you of any special rules or procedures of the courts as well as where to file your case.
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Additional information on the Texas judicial system and Williamson County lawyers may be found at the following external links:
- Texas Courts Online
- The Williamson County Bar Association
- Texas State Law Library
- Directory of Texas Bar Associations
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Last Modified: 08-01-2014 08:54 AM PDT