Donations will go toward Campaign events and yard signs. "Change will not come if we wait for some other person or some other time. We are the ones we've been waiting for. We are the change that we seek." -Barack Obama
Justin Mosley is a native resident of Angelina County. He has lived in precinct 2 the majority of his life.
In 2016, Justin graduated from Hudson High School in the Family Consumer Science Division. He is currently a student at Angelina College pursuing a degree in Political Science. Once he has achieved his Associate's will transfer to a 4-year university to obtain his Bachelor’s degree.
Justin went to Fort Worth, Texas to the Democratic convention during the summer of 2018 to be a party delegate for Angelina County. While attending, Justin addressed the Stonewall caucus, in regards to his candidacy for Justice of the Peace.
Justin has spent his teen and young adult years being a fighting advocate for Civil rights, LGBTQ equality, Women's rights, and standing up for Texas Teachers during the Special Legislature Session of 2017. During the special session, Justin met with Trent Ashby (Representative for District 57) at the capital in Austin, TX to discuss the future retirement funding for teachers and funding for public schools.
This election season Texas has seen a diverse platform of candidates step up to run for Public office. Including Justin Mosley, one of the 49 openly gay Candidates on this year’s election ballot. Which is by far the most in history. Over 346 young Democratic Texans under 40 have filed to represent public courts, county parties, the Texas House of Representatives, the Texas Senate, and U.S Congress.
Justin is grateful for the opportunity to run for Justice of the Peace. ''This is an opportunity to serve my community and that I love."
Justin will put aside political party and focus on issues that are important to his constituents.
The Justice of the Peace Courts over criminal (Class C Misdemeanor with fine only) cases and Justice cases where the amount in controversy does not exceed $10,000.00.
The Justice Courts have jurisdiction over all Eviction Suits and Writs of Re-entry. Other duties include issuance of warrants for arrest, search and seizure warrants, and conducting administrative and magistrate hearings (bail settings, arraignments, and driver’s license suspensions.)
Justices of the Peace have jurisdiction on school attendance trials, hearings pertaining to mistreated animals, and health regulation violations and littering. They also perform marriage ceremonies and preside over coroner inquests.
Once elected to the people’s court, I will have good judgment, and although I don't have a law degree or have experience in Law enforcement, which isn't necessary. What is necessary is how good of a public servant I will be to the people I represent. The ability to rule impartially in the name of Justice and of the Law. It is not my position to change the law, but to enforce the written laws already present.
What I will do as Justice of the Peace
- Will conduct the office in a faithful and impartial manner with proper consideration and diligence in all matters
-Committed to being tough on small crimes in order to decrease the escalation of higher crimes.
-Will make truancy a high priority
- Focused on ensuring a fair level playing field for non-attorneys in my
-Committed to your rights
Donations will go toward Campaign events and yard signs.
"Change will not come if we wait for some other person or some other time. We are the ones we've been waiting for. We are the change that we seek." -Barack Obama
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