Judge's Daily Commute Comes With the Paws That Refreshes

, Texas Lawyer

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Nancy Hohengarten is a real Austin-type judge. The colorful art lining the walls of her courtroom may clue in lawyers and defendants about that fact. But if they knew of a small visitor sleeping in the judge's chambers, they might realize Hohengarten belongs in Austin even more than they thought. Since 2004, Hohengarten has served as judge of Travis County Court-at-Law No. 5.

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