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Collin County Courts

Collin County Courts

Collin County has 7 county courts at law (handling misdemeanors) and 11 district courts (handling felonies and other serious crimes).

Collin County (Misdemeanor) Courts

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County Court at Law 1

Judge Corinne A. Mason currently presides over County Court at Law 1 in Collin County. Judge Corinne A. Mason ran unopposed as a Republican in 2010 to take the general election for this court for another four years. She was reelected unopposed in the primary or general election in 2014, and her term expires in 2018

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County Court at Law 2

Judge Barnett Walker currently presides over County Court at Law 2 in Collin County. Judge Barnett Walker ran unopposed in the primary or general election as a Republican in 2014 to take the bench for this court for another four years. His term expires in 2018

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County Court at Law 3

Judge Lance S. Baxter currently presides over County Court at Law 3 in Collin County. Judge Lance S. Baxter was elected to this court in 2010. He ran unopposed in the Republican primary and general election in 2014 and his term expires in 2018.

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County Court at Law 4

Judge David Rippel currently presides over County Court at Law 4 in Collin County. Judge David Rippel was elected to this court in 2010. Rippel, a Republican, beat a Democrat for the bench in 2010. He was also reelected in 2014 and his term expires in 2018

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County Court at Law 5

Judge Dan K. Wilson currently presides over County Court at Law 5 in Collin County. Judge Dan K. Wilson was elected to this court in 2010 as a Republican. He was also reelected in 2014 and his term expires in 2018

The County Court at Law 5 website >>

County Court at Law 6

Judge Jay A. Bender currently presides over County Court at Law 6 in Collin County. Judge Jay A. Bender won the Republican primary in 2010 then won the general election unopposed. He was also reelected in 2014 and his term will be up in 2018.

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County Court at Law 7

Judge David Waddill currently presides over County Court at Law 7 in Collin County. Judge David Waddill won the Republican primary election. He is up for reelection on November 8th, 2016.

The County Court at Law 7 website >>

Collin District (Felony) Courts

199th District Court

Judge Angela Tucker presides over Texas’s Criminal 199th District Court. She ran won the Republican primary and ran unopposed in the general 2012 election. She is up for reelection in November of 2016.

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219th District Court

Judge Scott J Becker presides over Texas’s Criminal 219th District Court. He was appointed by Governor Rick Perry in 2010 then later in the year was elected. In 2014 he won the Republican primary and the general election unopposed. His term is up on December 31st 2018.

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296th District Court

Judge John Roach Jr. presides over Texas’s Criminal 296th District Court. Judge John Roach Jr. has been on the bench since 2007 and has been reelected every time unopposed as a Republican. She ran won the Republican primary and ran unopposed in the general 2012 election. He is up for reelection in 2018.

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366th District Court

Judge Ray Wheless presides over Texas’s Criminal 366th District Court. He is a Republican who was appointed by Governor Rick Perry September 17th 2009. He was reelected in 2014 and is up for reelection in 2018.

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380th District Court

Judge Benjamin N. Smith presides over Texas’s Criminal 380th District Court. He is a Republican who was appointed by Governor Rick Perry in 2012 and term is coming up at the end of 2016.

The 380th District Court website >>

401th District Court

Judge Mark Rusch presides over Texas’s Criminal 401th District Court. He was appointed by Governor George W. Bush in 2000 and was reelected in 2012 under the Republican ticket. He is running for reelection which takes place November 8, 2016.

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416th District Court

Judge Chris Oldner presides over Texas’s Criminal 416th District Court. He is a Republican who was appointed by Governor Rick Perry in 2003 and was reelected in 2012. His term is up at the end of 2016.

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417th District Court

Judge Cynthia Wheless presides over Texas’s Criminal 417th District Court. She ran unopposed in 2010 and also was reelected as she who both the Republican primary and general election unopposed in 2014. She will be up for reelected at the end of 2018.

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429th District Court

Judge Jill Willis presides over Texas’s Criminal 429th District Court. She ran unopposed in 2010 under the republican ticket and also won the reelection in 2014 as she ran unopposed. She will be up for reelection in 2018.

The 429th District Court website >>

469th District Court

Judge Piper McCraw presides over Texas’s Criminal 469th District Court. The 469th district court is a family court that was made in 2015. Judge McCraw is a Republican who was appointed by Governor Greg Abbott in 2015 and she is up for reelection on November 8, 2016.

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470th District Court

Judge Emily Miskel presides over Texas’s Criminal 470th District Court. The 470th district court is a family court that was made by law in 2015. Judge Miskel is a Republican who was also appointed by Governor Greg Abbott in 2015 and she is up for reelection on November 8, 2016.

The 470th District Court website >>

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