President Abraham Lincoln said it best when he stated that government should be ‘of the people, by the people, and for the people’. One hundred and fifty years later, that message still rings true.

I firmly believe that public servants should be accessible and responsive to the peoples’ needs. Our Justice of the Peace Courts are often the first contact many of our fellow residents have with the judicial system in Dallas County. It is our responsibility to ensure that all people have access to a fair and efficient court system.

Having practiced law in all JP courts in Dallas County, I understand the need for a system that addresses the needs of our residents.

As your candidate, I am committed to being accessible and available to all people, improving efficiency in your JP court, and handling court business with transparency and dignity.

Please join me in this effort. Together, we can create change!"


  • Dallas AFL-CIO
  • Stonewall Democrats of Dallas
  • Dallas County Tejano Democrats
  • Mexican American Democrats of Dallas
  • Black Criminal Defense Lawyers Association
  • Texas Coalition of Black Democrats
  • The Hon. Scott Griggs
  • The Hon. Adam Medrano
  • The Hon. Mónica R. Alonzo
  • The Hon. Miguel Solis
  • The Hon. Roberto Alonzo
  • The Hon. Pauline Medrano
  • The Hon. John Loza
  • The Hon. Se-Gwen Tyler
  • The Hon. Trini Garza
  • The Hon. José Plata
  • The Hon. Steve Salazar, Former City Councilmember
  • The Hon. Rafael Anchia
  • Steve Atkinson
  • Brian Bleeker
  • Cameron Byrd, Attorney at Law
  • Olegario Estrada, Attorney at Law
  • Anthony Farmer, Attorney at Law
  • Gae Hatton
  • Eric Johnson & Dr. Mark Parker
  • Rodolfo Martínez
  • E. Carleton Nooner
  • Dorotha Ocker
  • Chad West, Attorney at Law