Williamson County Judge Gattis suspended after alleged budget threat

Williamson County Judge Gattis suspended after alleged budget threat

By: Andy Jechow

The State Commission on Judicial Conduct said its decision was a result of the charge, a Class A misdemeanor, and would be in effect until further notice.

As county judge, Gattis, 76, has served as the chief executive of Williamson County since 2007.

Judge Gattis is accused of threatening to zero the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office budget if Sheriff Robert Chody continued to use Twitter.

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