Judge Edna Staudt
Thank you for visiting my webpage. I’m grateful for the support that has allowed me to continue to serve the community in the capacity of Justice of the Peace. Every elected official takes the oath to preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution and laws of the United States and of this State.
It is our duty to ensure the rights that our fathers and forefathers fought and died for. Freedom is not free; the cost of freedom is vigilance.
- Dedicated to upholding and defending the Constitution and Laws of the United States and of this State of Texas.
- Knowledgeable in Justice Court Civil and Criminal Law
- Member of NRA
- Advisory Board Member, Agape Pregnancy Resource Center
- Conservative and defender of Traditional Family Values
- 23 Years Experience in all duties of the position of Justice of the Peace
- Committed to Safety
- Committed to the responsible enforcement of the law
About Judge Edna Staudt
Judge Staudt was first elected in 1994 and is in her 6th term of office. She has been an active member of the Republican Party since 1982, expressing conservative Christian views at conventions and forums.
The latest thoughts, musings, and opinions of Justice Edna Staudt about culture, law and life…
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Speaking at a Press Conference at the Capitol in Austin regarding issues that affect the Justice Courts and the Public. It is our duty as elected officials to preserve Constitutional rights. The most precious is that of Freedom. Many countries in our world do not enjoy the freedom we have in America.
When taking office, every elected official takes the Oath to preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution of the United States and of this State.
Williamson County/YMCA Teen Court
Students from Williamson County and the Greater Austin area have benefited from the Leadership Program I created when taking office. Students learn the roles of the Judiciary firsthand. Professionals throughout the community have joined me in that endeavor. Law enforcement officers have volunteered their time to teach students. Attorneys and Judges have provided insight and instruction in the Law. Teenage defendants have experienced justice at the hands of their peers.
What is servant leadership? Look no further than Leander’s own Judge Edna Staudt for a living definition. Her embodiment of Micah 6:8 is so compelling that today she was presented the prestigious Glenn Shepard Leadership Award, an honor bestowed upon one individual...
Judge Staudt has a passion to teach the next generation of leaders about the inner workings of the American judicial system.
“The legal community respects Judge Staudt. Not only is she fair, attentive, and compassionate in the courtroom, her positive influence permeates our community beyond the courtroom doors.”
Judge Staudt continues to faithfully serve upholding laws protecting individual rights of “…life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness”.
“Judge Staudt is knowledgeable in the law and administers the law with respect and concern for all people.”
Whether a student is a jury member or an attorney, Judge Staudt is always a helpful resource for feedback and questions.
Judge Staudt has sacrificially and selflessly invested in the lives of the citizens in our community, far above and beyond the responsibilities of the office of Justice of the Peace.
“Judge Staudt is highly respected by the law enforcement community”
Each year senior students from Leander ISD have an opportunity to spend a week with an entity related to their career goals. Judge Staudt hosts students each year teaching the role of Justice of the Peace. She arranges interviews with prosecutors, constables,...
When one election cycle ends, another begins. People could get overwhelmed by all the elections, or they could be glad they have a voice in who will make decisions that affect their lives. Our freedom to choose our leaders was bought with a heavy price. It is our...