Court at Law Three

Justice CenterA sixth-generation Texan, Judge Arnold has lived and served in Williamson County since 1998. He took office as Judge of County Court Three in December 2010. Prior to serving as a judge, he served as an Assistant District Attorney in Williamson County from 1998 to 2010 and in Harris County from 1994-1998. Before he became a prosecutor, he worked at the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals from 1993 to 1994 as a briefing attorney to Judge Charles Campbell.

Judge Arnold graduated from Seguin High School in Seguin, Texas in 1986. He obtained a bachelor's degree in History from the University of Texas at Austin in 1990. He received his law degree from Vanderbilt University in 1993.

Judge Arnold is board certified as an attorney in criminal law and criminal appeals. He has repeatedly trained judges, attorneys, police officers, probation officers, and others on various aspects of law, trials, and appeals. He has also written articles and papers on a variety of legal topics.

Judge Arnold has served the community as a coach, board member, and volunteer. Some of the organizations he has worked with are the Williamson Museum, Georgetown Dribblers, Georgetown High School Tennis and Cross-Country Booster Clubs, and various churches.

Judge Arnold lives in Georgetown with his wife Jamie, a psychology professor. They have two children in college, Drew and Dan. They are active members of First United Methodist Church in Georgetown. In his spare time, Judge Arnold enjoys tennis, hiking, and reading.

Please contact Amy Bissonnette, Court Three Family Court Coordinator, for information or to schedule a hearing. Email Amy Bissonnette. Divorces and name changes may be finalized by submission. Please email the Family Court Coordinator the completed and signed final decree or order, along with a sworn affidavit and statement of evidence. The affidavit and statement of evidence should include all of the statutory elements necessary for the Court to render judgment. The affidavit should also be verified and notarized. Attorneys and litigants may submit proposed, agreed orders to the Family Court Coordinator by e-File for the Judge’s review. After consideration, if the Judge determines additional testimony and/or information is required, you will be contacted by the Family Court Coordinator. The Court will only accept electronic documents from an attorney, an employee of an attorney, or a party to the lawsuit. If you do not fall into one of those categories, do not submit documents to the Family Court Coordinator.

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