Former Game Warden and longtime Rockwall resident announces bid for Rockwall County Justice of the Peace, Precinct 1

Former Game Warden and longtime Rockwall resident announces bid for Rockwall County Justice of the Peace, Precinct 1

ROCKWALL, TX – October 11, 2021 — Former Game Warden Captain and longtime Rockwall resident Tony Norton announces his bid for Rockwall County Justice of the Peace Precinct One. Norton is seeking to bring his 32 years of Criminal Justice experience and leadership to Rockwall County. Currently, he serves as a Deputy Constable in Collin […]

Paul Pecena announces campaign for Justice of the Peace

Paul Pecena announces campaign for Justice of the Peace

(ROCKWALL, TX — January 8, 2018) Paul Pecena has officially announced his campaign for election as Justice of the Peace, Precinct Two, in Rockwall County.  Pecena, an experienced police captain and retired Army officer, is seeking election to office after more than 30 years of public service. Pecena began his law enforcement career as a […]

Justice of the Peace Mark Russo earns ‘Distinguished Member’ honor

(ROCKWALL, TX – Nov. 1, 2016) The Honorable Judge Mark Russo, Justice of the Peace, Precinct Three of Rockwall County was recently inducted as a “Distinguished Member” into Texas Justice Court Judges Association(JCJA) College of Justice Court Judges. The College encourages and recognizes judges who strive for advances in education over and above the state […]

Rockwall County Justice of the Peace Mark Russo earns ‘Scholar Member’ designation

(ROCKWALL COUNTY, TX – Dec. 2, 2015) The Honorable Judge Mark Russo, Justice of the Peace, Pct.3 of Rockwall County was recently inducted as a “Scholar Member” into Texas Justice Court Judges Association (JCJA) College of Justice Court Judges.  The College encourages and recognizes judges who strive for advanced education over and above the state […]

Justice of the Peace Mark Russo earns Distinguished honor

ROCKWALL COUNTY, TX (October 29, 2014) The Honorable Judge Mark Russo, Justice of the Peace, Precinct Three of Rockwall County was recently inducted as a “Distinguished Member” into Texas Justice Court Judges Association (JCJA) College of Justice Court Judges. The College encourages and recognizes judges who strive for advances education over and above the state […]

Rockwall County Justice of the Peace Liana Whitten earns ‘Scholar Member’ distinction

ROCKWALL COUNTY, TX (October 27, 2014) The Honorable Liana Whitten, Justice of the Peace, Pct. 4 of Rockwall County was recently inducted as a “Scholar Member” into Texas Justice Court Judges Association (JCJA) College of Justice Court Judges. The College encourages and recognizes judges who strive for advanced education over and above the state mandated […]

Justice of the Peace Nancy Beaty earns ‘Scholar Member’ distinction

ROCKWALL COUNTY, TX (October 23, 2014) The Honorable Nancy Beaty, Justice of the Peace, Pct. 2 of Rockwall County, was recently inducted as a “Scholar Member” into Texas Justice Court Judges Association (JCJA) College of Justice Court Judges. The College encourages and recognizes judges who strive for advanced education over and above the state mandated […]

Rockwall County Justices of the Peace attend Mass Fatality Incident Response Course

Rockwall County Justices of the Peace attend Mass Fatality Incident Response Course

(ROCKWALL – Sept. 18, 2013) Rockwall County Justices of the Peace Judge Nancy Beaty Pct. 2 and Judge Liana Whitten Pct. 4 attended a Mass Fatality Incident Response Course, held at the Southwestern Institute of Forensic Sciences Building, Office of the Dallas County Chief Medical Examiner September 10-12. This 3-day course prepares local and State […]

Big, bad wolf found NOT GUILTY in Pullen Elementary ‘courtroom’

(ROCKWALL ISD-January 5, 2013) Pullen Elementary first graders recently turned their classroom into a courtroom. Visiting Rockwall County Justice of the Peace Jack James was the presiding judge over the case of the Big Bad Wolf and the Three Little Pigs. Was the wolf truly guilty? The students, acting as the jury, listened carefully to the […]

Rockwall County officials sworn in

Rockwall County officials sworn in

(ROCKWALL-January 3, 2013) On Tuesday, January 1, more than 100 people gathered at the Rockwall County Historical Courthouse to watch the swearing-in of 14 newly elected and re-elected county officials. All of those elected in Rockwall County, whose population now exceeds 80,000 people, were Republicans.  The ceremony included those elected to the four newly created offices […]