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*Filing fees on ALL new civil cases will increase $10 (from $31 to $41) effective September 1, 2013 due to actions by the Texas Legislature in HB 2302.

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Justice Rose Jones
Judge Rose Jones was elected to the office of Justice of the Peace, Precinct 4 in November, 2010 and began her service to the bench January, 2011. Although she has never served in this official capacity, Judge Jones brings to the office a synthesis of skills that promotes a convincing message of fairness, honesty, integrity, dedication and commitment consistent with the process of law and to move the vision of the Precinct. Judge Jones is the first permanent change to the Precinct 4 bench in 16 years.

She is a native-borne, life-time resident of Brazos County, graduated from local schools and attended Texas Southern University, Houston, Texas. Judge Jones is a dedicated wife, mother of 3, grand-mother of 2, homemaker and active within the community.

Judge Jones comes to Precinct 4 with 37 years of public and professional service in the areas of Administration, Management, Social and Legal Services including Executive Director of Brazos County Legal Aid and Managing Supervisor with The Texas Department of Social Services.

She is a certified Basic/Family Mediator trained in Conflict Resolution, a Non-Profit Grant Writer, served on the Advisory Board of Blinn Paralegal Program, and former Volunteer Coordinator with The Twin City Mission.  

In addition to her daily judicial responsibilities, Judge Jones continues to be a supporter/participant of The Cross Teams Group, Habitat for Humanity, Hope Pregnancy Center, The Salvation Army’s Women’s Auxiliary, The Brazos Valley African American Heritage Cultural Society, SOS Ministry, and The United Way.

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Judge Rose Jones

Precinct 4

206 N Washington Avenue
Bryan, TX 77803

Ph: (979) 361-4402
Fx: (979) 361-4502

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
8:30 am - 4:30 pm

8:00 am - 1:00 pm

Telephone Payments:

Notice: Do not attempt to contact a judge by mail, email, or in person about any pending or potential lawsuit. Doing so may result in serious consequences.