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PLEASE READ: Important Information Regarding Evictions during the COVID-19 State of Disaster

MUST Read: CDC Moratorium on Evictions

MUST Read: CDC Tenant Declaration Form

Plantiff’s Contest of Defendant’s CDC Declaration

Petition for Eviction as of October 12, 2020

Verification of Compliance with CARES Act Affidavit


Texas Eviction Diversion Program

Justices of the Peace Directory

Precinct 1 - Robert T. Pearson
Precinct 2 - Brian J. Haggerty
Precinct 3 - Josh Herrera
Precinct 4 - Rebeca Bustamante
Precinct 5 - John Chatman
Precinct 6-1 - Ruben Lujan
Precinct 6-2 - Enedina Nina Serna
Precinct 7 - Stephanie Frietze

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El Paso County Courthouse
500 E. San Antonio
El Paso, Texas 79901
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Phone (915) 546-2000

Justice of the PeaceIf you were issued a citation in El Paso County by an agency OTHER THAN the El Paso Police Department, please contact the Justice of the Peace precinct office noted on your citation by the officer.

Each Justice of the Peace Court has original jurisdiction in criminal case where the fine does not exceed $500, and civil matter when the amount in controversy does not exceed $10,000. A Justice of the Peace may issue search and arrest warrant, conduct preliminary hearings, perform marriages, and is elected for a term of four years.

To Provide all citizens fair an equal access to the judicial system.

Justice of the Peace Local Rules

Legislative Rules for Justice Courts