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Judge Suzanne Brooks, County Court at Law One
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Judge Brooks was the first elected female trial court Judge in Williamson County and began her term of office in January 2003. She also served as Judge of County Court Two in Williamson County for several months in 2002, after being appointed by the Commissioners Court to fill a vacant bench.

In 2010, Judge Brooks received special recognition by being named to the “Victim’s Advocate Wall of Fame” for treating victims of crime with fairness, dignity and respect in her courtroom. Judge Brooks has worked diligently with other local officials to establish CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) in Williamson County and has seen first hand how CASA volunteers are making a positive difference in the lives of many children.

Also in 2010, Judge Brooks was selected as a member to the Texas Bar Foundation, an organization that recognizes professional achievement in attorneys and judges. She also serves as the local Presiding Judge over the County Courts-at-Law in Williamson County.

 
Uncontested Docket for County Court at Law One
The uncontested docket for County Court-at-Law One is held most Tuesday and
Thursday mornings beginning at 8:30 a.m.  To view available Uncontested Docket
Court dates, please click on the Uncontested Docket Calendar to the left of this information.

Persons appearing for the uncontested docket should obtain the court file from the
District Clerk’s office located on the first floor of the Justice Center and bring it to the
County Court-at-Law One courtroom by 8:30 a.m. The courtroom is located on the second
floor of the Justice Center.

In the courtroom, you should sign the uncontested docket sheet the Bailiff has available
and put all of the proposed orders that you want the Judge to sign in the front of the file.

Location:
Williamson County Justice Center
405 Martin Luther King
Georgetown, Texas
 
Court One Documents