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Justice of the Peace, Pct. No. 4, Pl. 1

Elected for 4-year terms and hear minor civil and criminal cases such as evictions, small claims and debt claims. They also perform marriages.

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    Rogelio "Roger" Lopez, Jr.

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Please describe what combination of education, motivation and experience qualifies you for the office.

What suggestions do you have to combat truancy?

The duties of the Justice of the Peace are extensive. Which, in your opinion, are the most important and why?

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Campaign Phone (210) 798-4648
Campaign Email judgelopez@keepjudgelopez.com
Experience Presiding Judge - 10th year; Licensed Attorney - 24th year; Nationally recognized as both Judge and Attorney
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Your Judge in Precinct 4 for the last 9 years; Nationally recognized both as a Judge and a licensed attorney; Graduate Texas A&M University and St. Mary’s University School of Law; Over 23 years Courtroom experience; Member of many civic organizations, including: VFW Post 837 – Honorary member (Men’s Auxiliary); Rotary Club; Lion’s Club and Southeast Business & Professional Women. Consistently ranked among the most efficient and productive Judges in Bexar County. Devoted husband, loving father and respected leader of our community
Judge Lopez has always worked with families to ensure the success of our children by focusing on fixing the root of the problem, rather than punishing parents and children by the imposition of fines. Many of the procedures utilized by Judge Lopez, such as tutoring, mentoring, community service, counseling and support services, have been adopted by many of the legislative reforms implemented in the area of truancy. Judge Lopez's leadership and innovation have been recognized not only locally, but across both the state and the nation.
Justice of the Peace Court, unlike many other Courts, handles a variety of different types of cases in the areas of civil, criminal and administrative law. Each case has its own sets of laws and procedures which must be followed. It is imperative for a Judge to have both knowledge and experience when presiding over cases in order to ensure that all parties appearing before the Court receive justice. Judge Lopez has presided over thousands of complicated cases including commercial evictions, breach of contract, fraud and various other types of civil, criminal and administrative disputes.