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Shutze has a beef with Monica Alonzo

WANT TO GET MONICA ALONZO’S SUPPORT? EASY. HIRE STEVE SALAZAR. BY JIM SCHUTZE   –  DALLAS OBSERVER FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2015 (feature photo is Monica Alonza and Steve Salazar) EXPAND Maybe David Jensen wouldn’t have lost his house if he had called Steve Salazar, the Alonzo lobbyist, instead of wasting his time trying to call City…

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Texas Employee Rights & Laws

Find information about employment discrimination and complaints that Texas Workforce Commission handles:  unpaid wage claims, minimum wage, and child labor laws and complaints. Explore labor law and other rules and regulations governing discrimination in Texas. (Photo by Marjorie Kamys Cotera) Discrimination Complaints Find information on employment discrimination complaint resolution, procedures, deadlines and more. Learn about:  …

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Parkland Board of Managers

The Dallas County Hospital District, doing business as Parkland Health & Hospital System, is governed by a seven-member Board of Managers appointed by the Dallas County Commissioners Court. The Board is responsible for governing policies and also has budgetary oversight for the hospital district. The Board plays an active part in ensuring Parkland maintains the…

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Dallas County Family Courts

There are 7 family courts in Dallas County.  They are responsible for disposing of divorces, paternity and child custody cases filed in Dallas County. The suits filed are randomly assigned to these courts. These judges hold county-wide elected positions.  They are elected to four-year terms.  The elections for the family court judges are held the…

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Dallas County Courts at Law

There are 5 county courts at law.  These courts hear civil cases where the amount in controversy is under $200,000. The geographical area served by each court is all of Dallas County.  They are up for election again in 2018, the same as the governor’s race. For more information about these courts, please visit the…

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Dallas County Juvenile Courts

  There are only two juvenile courts in Dallas County.  These courts are actually family district courts which specialize in juvenile and child protective services cases.  Judge Shannon is the presiding judge of the 305th Judicial District Family Court and Judge Martin is the judge of the 304th Judicial District Family Court. These judges hold…

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Dallas County Probate Court Judges

There are 3 probate courts in Dallas County.  These Courts have jurisdiction over all Dallas County probate matters, guardianship cases, and mental health commitments.  These judges hold county-wide elected positions.  They are elected to four-year terms.  These judges will have to run again in 2018. Please visit the Dallas County Probate Court website for more…

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