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Justice of the Peace, Precinct 2

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Angela Massey, Justice of the Peace
 
 
Carolyn Hair, Clerk
 
 
 
Mailing Address: 
300 West Main
Post, Texas  79356
 
Phone:  806-495-4420
Fax:       806-495-4484
 
 

Qualifications for taking a Driving Safety Course:

1. Valid Texas Driver's License
2. Valid Automobile Insurance
3. Have not taken a Driving Safety Course within the last 12 months.
4. Alleged speed cannot be 25 miles or over the posted speed limit.

You must submit the signed and notarized affidavit located on the back of the green hand-out given to you by the officer to request the Driving Safety Course. If you did not receive a green hand-out, you may print the Driving Safety Course Request located in the forms section below.

Click here for online payment!

Payments to the JP 2 office can be made:

1.  Online with credit or debit card.

2.  By telephone with credit or debit card - call 866-549-1010.

The following Bureau Code will be needed to make online or telephone payments: 4424484

3.  By mail - send money order or cashiers check to: 300 West Main, Post, TX 79356

4.  In person, cash or money order,  at: Justice of the Peace, Precinct 2, 300 W. Main Street, Post, TX 79356

 

Please note:  Driving Safety Course and Deferred Payments CANNOT be paid by credit or debit card.  Please send a cashier’s check or money order to the court.


What is Deferred Disposition?

Deferred Disposition is a suspended sentence. On your plea of guilty or no contest, the court will defer a finding of guilt, assess Court costs, and order that you post a bond and comply with certain conditions. If you successfully comply with the terms, your case will be dismissed, and the bond money will be applied to a special expense fee. If you fail to comply with the terms, a judgment will be imposed, a conviction will be reported to DPS (Texas Department of Public Safety), and the bond money will be applied to the fine.

Use the form box below to submit a request for Deferred Disposition by email. You will be mailed either an acceptance letter with information regarding the requested option, or a letter of denial. Please follow up with the Court within a couple of days to make sure your request was received.

First name:
Last name:
Email address:
Address 1:
Address 2:
City:
State:
Zip code:
Citation #
I am requesting a Deferred Disposition
  



Forms

Driving Safety Course Request

Appeal Bond

Driving Record Request

Occupational Drivers License Petition