Texas Judge is Shot in Driveway of Her Own Home

State District Judge Julie Kocurek, the presiding felony judge for Travis County, was shot in Austin late Friday.

A Texas State judge was shot in her own driveway late Friday and a manhunt was on this weekend as police searched for a shooter.

State District Judge Julie Kocurek, presiding felony judge for Travis County, was rushed to a hospital after the 10 p.m. shooting in serious condition.

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While her condition was soon upgraded to stable, and her injuries not believed to be life-threatening, police were still eagerly seeking a suspect on Saturday.

"We don't have a lot of information about the suspect," said Austin Police Cmdr. Mark Spangler said in a press briefing late Friday. "We're working through number of witnesses that will hopefully be able to give us additional details that will help us track down this person or persons."

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According to the Austin Statesman, Kocurek was not alone at the time of the shoot. A neighbor told the paper she'd heard "four pop," but no one was injured other than Kocurek.

As of Saturday, no information had been released by Austin police regarding a possible motive.

Then Gov. George W. Bush appointed Kocurek in January 1999. She served as the administrative judge presiding over all the county's criminal cases until 2014.

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