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    district attorneys
  • A public official who acts as prosecutor for the state or the federal government in court in a particular district
  • (district attorney) an official prosecutor for a judicial district
  • (District Attorney) An attorney deputized as chief prosecutor whose official duty is to conduct criminal proceedings on behalf of the people against person accused of committing criminal offenses.
  • (DISTRICT ATTORNEY) The chief prosecutor elected to a four-year term of office by the residents of Washington County, who is responsible for investigating and prosecuting offenses committed within the county.
    collin county
  • Collin County is a suburban county located in the U.S. state of Texas. The county has been experiencing extensive growth in recent years. In 2000, its population was 491,675; in 2008 the U.S. Census Bureau estimated that its population had reached 762,010. Its seat is McKinney.
    office
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Collins Nicholson Waterways Guide 4: Four Counties & the Welsh Canals (Waterways Guides)
Collins Nicholson Waterways Guide 4: Four Counties & the Welsh Canals (Waterways Guides)
First published in the 1970s, the Collins/Nicholson guides to the waterways are designed for anyone and everyone with an interest in Britain’s inland waterways—experienced boaters and those planning their first boat trip, walkers, cyclists, and visitors. Maps show locks, bridges, tunnels, aqueducts, winding holes, and the towpath; waterpoints, sanitary stations, pump out facilities, and refuse disposal; boatyards, pubs, restaurants, and shops; and mile markers and milestones (distance in miles and number of locks to strategic points along the waterways). Text includes the history of each canal; local services and places of interest, pubs and restaurants; and opportunities for walking and cycling. Comprehensive navigational notes include maximum dimensions and low bridges; mileages, advice, and potential hazards; and navigation authorities and contact details. Waterways covered in this guide: Caldon and Leek Canals, Llangollen Canal, Monmouthshire & Brecon Canal, Neath & Tennant and Swansea Canals, Montgomery Canal, Shropshire Union Canal, Staffordshire & Worcestershire Canal, Trent & Mersey Canal, and River Weaver.

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Governor James Webb Throckmorton - McKinney, TX
Governor James Webb Throckmorton - McKinney, TX
Texas Historical Marker for Governor James Webb Throckmorton, located on the east side of US 75 (frontage road), about 7.7 miles north of McKinney. While I -did- take this one as a reference shot, the marker itself is easy to find. However, THC lists a marker for Dr. William Edward Throckmorton (James's father) as being nearby, and I suspect it's out in this overgrown field where the power lines live (if it's still there). 5/8/11 A doctor's son, James W. Throckmorton was born in Tennessee. He migrated with his parents to the Texas frontier in 1841 and settled near this site. At age 17, he became hunter and scout for his pioneer neighbors. He served in the Mexican War (1846-48). In 1848 he married Annie Rattan (1828-1895) and built a home near McKinney. Trained as a physician, Throckmorton disliked medicine and in 1851 entered law and politics. He served 1851-57 in the Texas Legislature, where he promoted railroad building. Later he became attorney for Texas and Pacific Railroad. He was state senator, 1857-61 and 1863-65. Although he upheld the right of secession, he was one of seven men who voted against Texas leaving the union at the Feb. 1861 Secession Convention. During the Civil War (1861-65), he fought in the Confederate Army. Elected governor in the summer of 1866, he grappled with postwar problems of frontier defense and federal military occupation. In July 1867 Gen. Philip H. Sheridan, commander of the 5th military district to which Texas was assigned, removed Throckmorton from office as "an impediment to Reconstruction" and named E.M. Pease provisional governor. Throckmorton continued his political career in the U.S. Congress, serving his North Texas district in 1875-79 and 1883-87. (1977)
198th District Attorney's Office Task Force
198th District Attorney's Office Task Force
198th District Attorney's Office Task Force Kerrville,TX

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