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Judge Mathews Appointed to Judicial Commission on Mental Health

  • 15 May 2018
  • Author: Connie Odom
  • Number of views: 4918
Judge Mathews Appointed to Judicial Commission on Mental Health

Judge Stacey Mathews of the 277th District Court was appointed to serve on the newly established Judicial Commission on Mental Health. The commission, the first body jointly created by the Texas Supreme Court and the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals, will examine best practices in the administration of civil and criminal justice for persons with mental illness.  Texas’ two high courts have appointed 31 members, including Judge Mathews, to lead the newly established Judicial Commission on Mental Health.

The first meeting of the newly-appointed commission is scheduled for Tuesday, May 15, in Austin. The meeting will be webcast and later archived at TexasBarCLE.com. 

Judge Mathews serves as the Juvenile Judge and Juvenile Board Chairperson for Williamson County Juvenile Services.  Her experience as a teacher, attorney, judge and advocate representing and supporting vulnerable children in the child welfare, education, and juvenile justice systems in Williamson County have prepared her to excel in this new role.  

The new commissioners will serve through August 2020.

For more information about the Texas Judicial Commission on Mental Health, visit this website: http://www.txcourts.gov/jcmh/media/


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