Monday the 11th 2017

MaryAnn Rivera
704 N. Goldman St.
Victoria, TX 77901
Justice, Precinct No. 1

Stuart Posey
4407 Lilac Lane
Victoria, TX 77901
Justice, Precinct No.2

Justice of the Peace - Judge Whitaker
Robert Whitaker
111 N. Glass St.
Victoria, TX 77901
Justice, Precinct No.3

John Miller
2604 E. Mockingbird, Suite "C"
Victoria, TX 77904
Justice, Precinct No.4


 Victoria, Texas, November 6, 2009 - Attorneys in Victoria County and in all Texas Counties; now have the ability to file civil documents in the Justice of the Peace Pct. 1, Victoria County Courts electronically with eFiling for Courts. This service is offered to filers through the Office of JudgeMaryAnn Rivera, Justice of the Peace, Pct.1, and TexasOnline, the official website of the State of Texas.  

2013 Schedule of Filing and Service Fees
Civil Case Information Sheet
Debt Claim Petition
Driving Safety Course or Motorcycle Operator Training Course Request Form
Eviction Petition
Fine Schedule
General Denial Answer
Military Status Affidavit
Repair and Remedy Petition
Small Claim Petition
Texas Supreme Court Rules (Effective Sept., 1, 2013)

 Justice Court Rules (Effect on August 31, 2013)

Rules For Transfer of Civil Cases  
Rules For Transfer of Criminal Cases 

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Justice of the Peace
The justice of the peace is the legal jurisdiction closest to the average citizen.

Section 19 of Article 5 of the Texas Constitution provides that: justice of the peace courts have original jurisdiction in criminal matters of misdemeanor cases punishable by fine only and such other jurisdiction as may be provided by law. Original jurisdiction is the authority to aGeneral Denial AnswerMilitary Status AffidavitRepair and Remedy PetitionSmall Claim PetitionTexas Supreme Court Rules (Effective Sept., 1, 2013)



A justice of the peace may issue warrants for search and arrest, conduct preliminary hearings, administers oaths, perform marriages and serve as a coroner in counties where there is no provision for a medical examiner. The justice court also functions as a small claims court in civil matters in which exclusive jurisdiction is not in district or county court and the amount in controversy does not exceed $10,000. They can also deal with matters concerning foreclosure of mortgages and enforcement of liens on personal property.