Leander extends into both Williamson and Travis Counties and is home to 25,000 Texans. Leander was settled in 1882 and primarily served as a stop along the railroad to Austin. Railroad official Leander “Catfish” Brown is the namesake of the town.
Some of Leander’s residents are practicing lawyers who are familiar with consulting clients on cases like bankruptcy, child custody, wrongful termination, immigration visa, and criminal cases like DWI and drug charges.
Recently in Leander, the Southwestern Cattle Raisers Associations Special Rangers concluded a four-year investigation. Monte J. Sharp was sentenced to 20 years in prison for stealing over 1,000 head of cattle in August 2005. The net worth of the livestock was appraised in excess of $700,000.
If you have a lawsuit to file in Leander then you will be heading to the 200th Judicial District County in Austin, Texas. Texas District Courts are the highest trial level courts with which you may file. District courts regularly take civil, criminal, small claims, contract, real property, probate, domestic relations, and juvenile cases but also retain exclusive jurisdiction over administrative agency appeals.
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