WHEN: Thursday, October 10, 1 p.m.
WHAT: Stacey Mathews will be sworn in as the presiding judge of the 277th District Court in Williamson County. Governor Perry appointed Mathews as judge on Monday, October 7. Mathews is an assistant district attorney for the Williamson County District Attorney’s Office and former assistant district attorney for the Harris County District Attorney’s Office.
WHERE: 277th District Courtroom
Williamson County Justice Center
405 MLK, Georgetown, TX 78626
WHO: Judge Billy Ray Stubblefield, District Judge of the 26th District Court, will perform the ceremony.
QUOTE: “I am honored and humbled to announce that Governor Perry has appointed me as Presiding Judge of the 277th District Court. I am thankful to the Governor for putting his faith in me and bestowing upon me such a great responsibility. I plan to meet that responsibility with the same dedication and purpose I have shown as a prosecutor and former school teacher. Relying upon my experience and the principle that everyone should be treated fairly, I look forward to serving the citizens of Williamson County with honesty and integrity. I will never forget that being a judge is a great public trust, and I will dedicate myself daily to keeping that trust.” – Stacey Mathews