Williamson County judges have appointed Anthony Odiorne as a new associate judge in the Magistrate’s Office. Odiorne was previously a private attorney in Georgetown. Prior to that, he was a regional public defender for capital cases serving approximately two-thirds of the State of Texas.
Odiorne also served for more than 11 years as the chief public defender for the Wichita County Public Defender’s Office. He served 11 years as an appointee of Gov. Rick Perry to the Texas Indigent Defense Commission.
He was sworn into office on Nov. 5.