I will implement the Parker County Teen Court program, which is designed to allow responsible teens to participate in all aspects of the judicial system. Teen Court is held throughout the school year on Tuesday evenings at JP Court Pct. 4, which I would like to become involved with so that our future leaders can see that adults do care about them.
Most people would rather just pay the fine and be done. I would like to have more community service involvement at the local charity organizations.
Why are you the best candidate for the position?
I am a strong believer in God. He guides us and leads us to where he wants us to go, in his time. I’m a conservative Christian leader who inspires others to become more, do more, achieve more and I believe in equal opportunity for all to succeed after putting forth an effort. I am very detail-orientated and excel in organization with being complete and accurate. I will make a sincere attempt to help, not ignore, the homeless and the hard-pressed working class. I will treat everyone with fairness and equality.
JP-level court is usually the first court that most people come in contact with and it is important to make that a positive contact so that our citizens believe in our justice system. I won’t be a cruise ship that sits back and does nothing; I’m a battleship who will be involved and be a leader in the judicial system and to community. Egos will be checked at the door and I will have an open mind and be approachable. I will listen to what the citizens have to say. This is your court and you need to be heard.
I am pro-gun and pro-life. I believe in being a friend, all the time, not just when it’s convenient. This is what leaders of community have to say: