Splitting courts gets cool reception from county

Crews, Chris
November 2006
Burnet Bulletin (Texas);11/29/2006, Vol. 134 Issue 48, p1
The article reports that a proposal to split the two district courts into four on county lines was not accepted by Burnet commissioners. Burnet and San Saba were to come under the 33rd Judicial district while Lliano and Blanco counties were to be under the 424th Judicial District. The views of 33rd District Court Judge Gil Jones and Sam Oatman, District Attorney on the proposal are presented in the article.


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