Gov. Abbott Appoints Geoffrey Puryear to 460th Judicial District Court

Gov. Abbott Appoints Geoffrey Puryear to 460th Judicial District Court

Governor Greg Abbott has appointed Geoffrey Puryear to the 460th Judicial District Court in Travis County for a term set to expire on December 31, 2020, or until his successor shall be duly elected and qualified.

Geoffrey Puryear of Austin is an assistant district attorney for the Travis County District Attorney’s Office, and previously served as an assistant district attorney for the Williamson County District Attorney’s Office. He is a member of the State Bar of Texas, Travis County Bar Association, and the Texas District & County Attorneys Association. Additionally, he is a former gubernatorial appointee to the Texas Crime Victim’s Institute Advisory Council and a former member of the Williamson County Bar Association. He is also a church teardown lead for Crossroads Community Church. Puryear received a Bachelor of Arts in Public Administration from Texas State University and a Juris Doctor degree from Texas Tech University School of Law.

Source:  Office of Texas Governor Greg Abbott
Originally Published:  November 7, 2019


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