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Judge Moreno, JP 4-2

Justice of the Peace 4-2

Grand Prairie Office – 106 W. Church Street, Suite 210
Grand Prairie, Texas 75050
(214) 589-7000 Main  |  (214) 589-7048 Fax
Office E-mail:  JP42Court@dallascounty.org
Hours of Operation:  8:00am - 4:30pm, Monday - Friday  |  Night Court:  4:30pm - 7:00pm, 1st & 3rd Tuesdays of the month
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COURT CLOSED / CORTE CERRADA BEGINNING APRIL 2, 2020, OUR COURT WILL BE CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC TO ENSURE THE HEALTH AND SAFETY OF OUR COMMUNITY AND COURT STAFF. FOR URGENT QUESTIONS OR EMERGENCY FILINGS, PLEASE CONTACT US AT
(214) 589-7000 OR JP42COURT@DALLASCOUNTY.ORG

THANK YOU AND STAY SAFE!

A PARTIR DEL 2 DE ABRIL DE 2020, NUESTRA CORTE SERÁ CERRADA AL PÚBLICO PARA ASEGURAR LA SALUD DE NUESTRA COMUNIDAD Y EL PERSONAL DE LA CORTE. PARA PREGUNTAS URGENTES O PRESENTACIONES DE EMERGENCIA, CONTÁCTENOS AL
(214) 589-7000 O JP42COURT@DALLASCOUNTY.ORG

¡GRACIAS Y MANTENGASE SEGURO!

**Court-Closed

IMPORTANT NOTICE / NOTICIA IMPORTANTE

Pursuant to the emergency order issued by the Texas Supreme Court and guidance from the Office of Court Administration, ALL scheduled hearings (including evictions) in our court for the next 60 days will be reset. We will notify all parties of the new reset date as soon as practicable for the court.

Conforme a la ordenanza de emergencia de la Suprema Corte del estado de Tejas y la oficina de Administracion de Tribunales, todas las audiencias (incluyendo desalojos) en nuestra corte seran pospuestas dentro de los siguientes 60 dias. Les notificaremos a todas las las personas de interés sobre la nueva fecha en cuanto sea oportuno.

Click here for more information / Presione aqui para mas información.

MODIFICATION OF STANDING ORDER REGARDING EVICTION COURT PROCEEDINGS UNDER THE COVID-19 STATE OF EMERGENCY

  1. Dallas County Justice of the Peace 5-1 issues this order pursuant by the authority granted by law and by all emergency orders regarding the COVID-19 state of disaster issued by the Supreme Court of Texas and Court of Criminal Appeals of Texas. This order is in response to the “FOURTH EMERGENCY ORDER REGARDING THE COVID-19 STATE OF DIASTER” by the Supreme Court of Texas regarding evictions to recover possession of residential property.

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Judge Sasha Moreno was elected to serve as Dallas County Justice of the Peace 4-2 in 2018. Precinct 4 includes Irving, Grand Prairie, Desoto, Duncanville, Cedar Hill, Glenn Heights, and Ovilla

Born and raised in El Paso, Texas, Judge Moreno received her Bachelors of Art in Journalism and Political Science from the University of North Texas. She is also a graduate of Pepperdine School of Law where she earned her Juris Doctor and Masters in Dispute Resolution.

As an attorney, Judge Moreno has extensive experience advocating for clients in both federal and state courtrooms. She has practiced law in the areas of immigration, foreclosure defense and corporate transactions.

The Justice of the Peace Courts in Dallas County hear thousands of cases each year and millions of dollars in fines and costs are collected that benefit the taxpayers of Dallas County and the State of Texas.

Judge Moreno currently presides over evictions, small claims, debt claims, traffic and other legal matters. She pledges to give everyone access to the justice system and provide an equal opportunity to receive a fair and just outcome.

Judge Moreno is committed to serving her community and is active in various organizations and professional associations. She currently resides in Irving, Texas along with her brother and sister.