How to Sue in Justice Court

Small claims court provides an informal, uncomplicated place to resolve disputes that do not involve enough money to warrant the expense of formal litigation.

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Tenants' Rights Handbook

This handbook is for residential tenants and is published as a public service by the TYLA. It is our goal that distribution and use of this handbook will explain many of the questions and legal issues.

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Lunch & Learn Seminars

Seminars held by Judge Jasso to learn about JP courts and how the community can be informed. Topics of discussion include occupational DL, credit card debt, small claims and evictions.

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About Judge Juan Jasso

Honorable Judge Juan Jasso, precinct 5 place 2, is the recipient of the 2017 Public Servant of the Year presented by the Oak Cliff Chamber of Commerce at their Annual Awards Gala on January 26, 2017. He also received the West Dallas Minister Alliance Justice Award in recognition of his outstanding contributions and dedicated service to the West Dallas community on December 8, 2017. He has 20 plus years on the bench.

He attended U.T. Pan American University, receiving his Bachelor of Arts degree in Government. After attending Purdue University in their Master’s Program in Political Science, he enrolled at the University of Houston School of Law. He graduated in 1986 with his J.D. Juris Doctorate degree. Licensed that same year as an attorney, he still maintains his law license.

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