There are 10 Courts in Bastrop County, Texas, serving a population of 80, people in an area of square miles. There is 1 Court per 8, people , and 1 Court per 88 square miles. In Texas, Bastrop County is ranked rd of counties in Courts per capita, and 83rd of counties in Courts per square mile. Find Bastrop County, Texas courts and courthouses, such as federal, state, district, superior, criminal, common, circuit, judicial, judiciary, divorce, appeals, family, traffic, and small claims courts.
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Conducting court hearings amid the coronavirus pandemic takes some getting used to, said Bastrop County District Judge Christopher Duggan. The court has had to implement new tools to carryout justice from a distance. And incorporating new technologies into the courtroom is, to Duggan, like teaching an old dog new tricks. But after he and his court administrators got used to holding hearings over video-conferencing app Zoom, the wheels of justice continued to hum seamlessly once again. On Monday, the Texas Supreme Court issued its twelfth emergency order that issued safety guidelines to state courts to help fight the spread of the coronavirus outbreak.
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Note: Court websites change often and links go out of date. If a link does not work, go to the home page for the court and look for the materials from there. You'll need to file your papers with one of the courthouses that serve the Texas Western District Bankruptcy Court. When there isn't a pandemic going on, you'd normally have to go there in person at least once to meet with the bankruptcy trustee for your hearing.
On Dec. County Judge Paul Pape also said more land adjacent to the Cool Water Drive property may be acquired by the county, making up to five acres of land potentially available. The property — currently owned by former Texas Secretary of State Geoff Connor — includes the former home of John Preston Fowler, who in the late 19th century served as mayor of Bastrop, an attorney for Bastrop County and as a Texas state senator. Mauck agreed and said he wanted a study done before any vote to determine county costs for fencing, lighting, security and similar expenses related to housing the monuments. Additionally, Pape repeated a concern with the Wilson Street location he raised during the Dec.