Limestone County Attorney's Office
Beth Toben has tried to a jury verdict over 200 felony cases and is in her 28th year as a prosecutor. In 1989, she became Assistant District Attorney in McLennan County, prosecuting for 22 years and serving as the Deputy First Assistant DA. She principally handled child and adult sexual abuse and assault cases. She is currently an Assistant District Attorney in Limestone County. She has served as an instructor for the Texas District and County Attorneys’ Association (the state prosecutors’ association) in its prosecutor education programming.
Beth was instrumental in establishing the Advocacy Center for Crime Victims and Children in McLennan County. She has been honored for her work with sexual abuse and assault victims by many organizations, including the Texas Governor’s Office, the Texas Senate, the Baylor/Scott & White Healthcare system, the McLennan County Advocacy Center, the VFW, and the Bluebonnet Girl Scout Council.
Beth was the first female president of the McLennan County Bar Association and has been active in many professional and community activities involving victims’ rights in the justice system. Beth received her legal education at Indiana University and Baylor Law School and was licensed in Texas in 1984.