Articles Tagged “Walker County Courthouse”

  • Big Screen TV Monitors in Courthouse Continue to Help

    Besides the recent security improvements on entry to the Walker County Courthouse, another one was initiated many months ago involving the installation of Big Screen TV monitors for Commissioners’ court and other courtrooms that were…

  • Commissioners Court Discusses Weapon Issues in Regard to Courthouse

    In commissioners’ court Monday morning, carrying firearms in the courthouse was discussed. The founder of Texas Carry, Terry Holcomb, Sr., expressed his desire that the County would allow licensed individuals to openly carry or carry…

  • Courthouse Security Update from Judge Danny Pierce

    Security upgrades to the Walker County Courthouse are moving forward. We talked with County Judge Danny Pierce recently . . . .   Judge Pierce will be our guest on “Around Town” this weekend.

  • Davison Trial Begins Today

    The trial of Twenty-three-year-old Brent Raynard Davison from Huntsville who is accused of injuring his 2-month old daughter over a year ago is scheduled to begin today at the Walker County Courthouse. Davison is being…

  • Senator Cruz Rep in Huntsville Today

    Sen. Ted Cruz’s Southeast Texas Regional Director, David Sawyer, will visit several towns in Southeast Texas to host “Community Conversations” events. This is an opportunity for constituents in the area to ask questions, voice their…

  • Splawn Trial Continues Tomorrow

    A bad weather situation has caused a six-day delay in the attempted capital murder trial of Plato Splawn Jr. The trial is slated to resume tomorrow at the Walker County Courthouse. Last week, assistant district…

  • Howard Wayne Lewis Charged in Double-Homicide

    An arrest has been made in the July 2013 murders of 55-year-old Shanta Faye Crawford and 18-month-old Aiyden Benjamin Lewis. The father of the child, Dallas resident Howard Wayne Lewis, has been charged in the…

  • Declaration of Independence Reading Planned

    Mark your calendar, on Tuesday, July 3rd, at noon, local members of the Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association and local officials, including Judge Danny Pierce and Mayor Mac Woodward, will take part in a reading…