A new law office with more than 20 employees may be established in Kerrville next year, and officials say it could be great for the local economy. 

Commissioners on Monday discussed the possibility of creating a taxpayer-funded regional public defender’s office based in Kerrville, which officials say would reduce the costs the county incurs from providing criminal defense attorneys to low- to no-income people. 

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