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Justice of the Peace, Precinct 2

Primary Election - Tuesday, March 6, 2018(Early Voting: Tuesday, February 20-Friday, March 2, 2018)A Lubbock County Justice of the Peace serves a 4-year term.
  • Daylan J. Flowers (Dem)

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    Mark Allen Meurer (Rep) Securities Compliance, Conflicts & Resolutions, Retreat Center Director

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    Clemmie E. Payne Jr. (Rep) Disability Rights Advocate

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    Susan Rowley (Rep) Attorney

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TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE: Describe the training and experience that qualify you for this office. (325 characters, approx. 50 words)

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Campaign Phone (806) 789-8456
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Education Securities Compliance, Office of Supervisory Jurisdiction, Insurance & Securities Licenses, Conflicts & Resolutions, Business & Development, Christian Counseling, Fundraising & Development, Grant Writer
Legal compliance, Office of Supervisor Jurisdiction, securities & financial services industry. Numerous civic boards & foundations (Community Foundation of West Texas); Dir of Mercy Retreat Center facilitating the Walk to Emmaus & ACTS Retreats. Lifetime of work in Conflicts & Resolution. Christian Counseling Individuals.
Justice of the Peace is the legal jurisdiction closest to the average citizen. Often referred to as "The People's Court". Adjudicates class C misdemeanors, traffic tickets, hot checks, truancy, alcohol/tobacco violations, shoplifting, enforce county & state ordinances, illegal dumping, illegal towing, burn bans, civil cases of $10,000 or less, suits on account, evictions, and more. Meurer Endorsed by - Lubbock Professional Firefighters Assoc.
Campaign Phone (806) 549-0986
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Education BA in Public Administration. Trained in mediation and arbitration. Licensed claims adjuster
I served honorably for 21 years in the United States Navy where I learned discipline and leadership. I have been trained as a mediator and have mediated for the Lubbock County Dispute Resolution Center. I have also been trained as an arbitrator. I have experience in making decisions as a claims adjuster.
Civil cases under $10,000. Landlord/tenant disputes, truancy cases, traffic cases and class C misdemeanor cases punishable by fine only, Magistrate duties
Campaign Phone (806) 438-5297
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Education Bachelors Degree in Psychology Juris Doctorate
I have been practicing law for 20 years. I have prosecuted and defended cases in our Justice of the Peace Courts for over 18 years. I know and have a good working relationship with the Lubbock Judges and District Attorney’s. My passion is to help violators learn from their mistakes with respect and fairness.
The Justice of the Peace courts are considered the “people’s court” because most accused are not represented by an attorney. It is extremely important to have impartial judges at this level understand the law well enough to simply explain it. Justice Courts handle Class C misdemeanor criminal violations and traffic violations punishable by fine only, landlord and tenant disputes, Small claim disputes under $10,000 and Truancy cases.