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Judge Judy Hobbs Schier

Justice of the Peace

Williamson County Crisis Center Board

Williamson County Crisis Center Board

Background Information

Employment History

President
Central Texas Justice of the Peace and Constables Association

Judge
JP Precinct 4


Texas Justice Court Judges Association

Judge

Chair
Williamson County Child Welfare Board

Vice President
State of Texas Justice Court Judges Association

President
State of Texas Justice Court Judges Association

Affiliations

Life Member
Central Texas Justice of the Peace and Constables Association

Web References (23 Total References)


Justice of the Peace - Pct 4

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Justice of the Peace, Precinct 4, Judge Judy Schier Hobbs

Judge Judy Schier Hobbs - Justice of the Peace - Precinct 4 Judge Judy Schier Hobbs is the Justice of the Peace for Precinct Four, Williamson County, Texas. Judge Hobbs was appointed and sworn to office May 15, 1982. Judge Hobbs is in her 8th term of office in Williamson County.
She is a lifelong resident of Precinct Four in Williamson County with a rich history of community service.
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On the forefront of technology, Judge Hobbs has taken a leadership role, continuously updating her office with new technology and procedures which allow JP4 to effectively serve the needs of the growing community. Judge Hobbs has recently implemented technology making it possible to pay outstanding court costs and tickets by credit card.
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The Honorable Judy Schier Hobbs, Justice of the Peace, Pct. 4 of Williamson County was recently inducted as a "Scholar Member" into Texas Justice Court Judges Association (JCJA) College of Justice Court Judges. The College encourages and recognizes judges who strive for advanced education over and above the state mandated education requirements.
Judge Hobbs was one of only six justice court judges throughout the state to receive the "Scholar Member" designation from the College. Judge Hobbs completed at least 60 hours of accredited education above her mandated education requirement. A total of 79 judges in the state, who had made application to the College, completed the minimum requirements to qualify for the 2012 College.
Those judges who were inducted into the College of Justice Court Judges were congratulated and recognized for taking the initiative to acquire advanced study to enhance their judicial skills. Pictured on the left is the Honorable Judy Schier Hobbs and on right is The Honorable Alice Tomerlin, Texas Justice Court Judges Association College Director.
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"This is not an additional responsibility that is expected of them, it is just something they feel they need to do," commented Judge Hobbs.
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That food will go a long way towards supplying the needs of the Taylor Community," Judge Hobbs stated, "I am further pleased to report that we donated hundreds of pounds of supplies to the Taylor Animal Shelter. These supplies included dog food, toys for dogs and cats as well as blankets and towels. Those little creatures are often times forgotten in the rush of the season and the volunteers at the Shelter work so hard to provide care for them. We are pleased that we were able to assist them in that effort."
Yep, Judge Hobbs' court continues to work hard to provide criminal justice in Precinct 4.
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May 24, 2011 (Williamson County, TX) - Judge Judy Schier Hobbs, Williamson County Justice of the Peace in Precinct 4, was named the 2010 Judge of the Year by the Central Texas Justices of the Peace and Constables Association (CTJPCA).  The honor was bestowed upon Judge Hobbs during the Association's annual conference held recently in Round Rock.                 Judge Hobbs has presided over Precinct 4 in Williamson County for 29 years.  In addition to this award, Judge Hobbs received the 2008 Judge of the Year Award from the Central Texas Justices of the Peace and Constables Association and also was named Judge of the Year in 2009 by the Texas Justice Court Judges Association.
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JP Precinct 4, Judge Judy Schier Hobbs, Officiates Marriage of Q & U
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4 Judy Schier Hobbs officiated the marriage of Q & U for Julie Snyder's second grade class at Pasemann Elementary.
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When the group fell short, Judge Hobbs' granddaughter Mackenzie Brown, age 9, emptied her piggy bank and donated several hundred pounds of dog food to meet the goal.
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Judge Judy Schier Hobbs 211 W 6th St Taylor, Texas 76574


Texas Justice Court Judges Association - Officers

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Judge Judy Hobbs P. O. Box 588 Taylor, TX 76574 E-Mail: jhobbs@wilco.org


Williams County Bail Bonds Important Contact List

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JUDGE JUDY HOBBS

512-352-4155
512-238-2155
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Judge Judy Schier Hobbs - ...

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Judge Judy Schier Hobbs - Justice of the Peace - Precinct 4 Judge Judy Schier Hobbs is the Justice of the Peace for Precinct Four, Williamson County, Texas. Judge Hobbs was appointed and sworn to office May 15, 1982. Judge Hobbs is in her 7th term of office in Williamson County.

She is a lifelong resident of Precinct Four in Williamson County with a rich history of community service. Her father, A.O. “Pete†Schier was Chief of Police for the City of Taylor for over 30 years and served Williamson County as interim Sheriff.
Williamson County has become known as one of the fastest growing counties in the United States. On the forefront of technology, Judge Hobbs has taken a leadership role, continuously updating her office with new technology and procedures which allow JP4 to effectively serve the needs of the growing community. Judge Hobbs has recently implemented technology making it possible to pay outstanding court costs and tickets by credit card. JP4 is a beta test site for electronic filing of vital statistics with e-filing of other documents in the near future.
Judge Hobbs is committed to serving her community. She is a member of each of the Taylor, Round Rock and Hutto Chambers of Commerce, a member of the Taylor Area Businesswomen Association, East Williamson County Interagency Association, Eastern Star, and Brushy Creek Baptist Church. She often provides public education by speaking to local schools and civic groups. She donates her services for public events and is responsible for creating a program over 18 years ago through her church to provide Christmas for the needy in East Williamson County. She is a life member of the Central Texas Justice of the Peace and Constables Association, Immediate Past President of the State of Texas Justice Court Judges Association, serves on the Texas Child Fatality Review Team Committee and Williamson County Child Fatality Review Team.
In 1996/1997 she was recognized as Outstanding Community Leader by the Taylor Jaycees and in 1989 was named Woman of The Year by the Taylor Area Businesswomen Assoc. She received statewide recognition in 1997/1998 receiving the Judge of the Year award from the State of Texas Justices of Peace and Constables Association of Texas and again in 2000 when she was awarded the Honorable Ted Poe Good Judge Award by the Texas Gang Investigators Association. In 2009, she was awarded Judge of the Year by the Central Texas Justices of the Peace and Constables Association and also was awarded Judge of the Year by the Texas Justice Court Judges Association.  She has served on the Williamson County Crisis Center Board, was Past Chair of the Williamson County Child Welfare Board and Past President of the Central Texas Justices of the Peace and Constables Association.
Judge Hobbs and her husband have one son and daughter-in-law, one daughter and son-in-law, and eight grandchildren.
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Judy Schier Hobbs Justice of the Peace 211 W. 6th St. Taylor, TX 76574 Telephone: (512) 352-4155 Telephone: (512) 238-2155


Justice of the Peace, Precinct 4

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Justice of the Peace Precinct 4 | Precinct 4 | Judy Schier Hobbs

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Judge Judy Schier Hobbs is the Justice of the Peace for Precinct Four, Williamson County, Texas.Judge Hobbs was appointed and sworn to office May 15, 1982.Judge Hobbs is in her 6th term of office in Williamson County.
She is a lifelong resident of Precinct Four in Williamson County with a rich history of community service.
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On the forefront of technology, Judge Hobbs has taken a leadership role, continuously updating her office with new technology and procedures which allow JP4 to effectively serve the needs of the growing community.Judge Hobbs has recently implemented technology making it possible to pay outstanding court costs and tickets by credit card.JP4 is a beta test site for electronic filing of vital statistics with e-filing of other documents in the near future.Judge Hobbs will be expanding her office to Hutto in 2006.This satellite office in Hutto will handle any traffic offenses from the new SH130 toll way as well as the increasing case load from the booming Round Rock, Hutto area.
Judge Hobbs is committed to serving her community.She is a member of each of the Taylor, Round Rock and Hutto Chambers of Commerce, a member of the Taylor Area Businesswomen Association, East Williamson County Interagency Association, Eastern Star, and Brushy Creek Baptist Church.She often provides public education by speaking to local schools and civic groups.She donates her services for public events and is responsible for creating a program over 18 years ago through her church to provide Christmas for the needy in East Williamson County.She is a life member of the Central Texas Justice of the Peace and Constables Association, Vice-President of the State of Texas Justice Court Judges Association, serves on the Texas Child Fatality Review Team Committee and Williamson County Child Fatality Review Team.
In 1996/1997 she was recognized as Outstanding Community Leader by the Taylor Jaycees and in 1989 was named Woman of The Year by the Taylor Area Businesswomen Assoc.She received statewide recognition in 1997/1998 receiving the Judge of the Year award from the State of Texas Justice of Peace and Constables Association of Texas and again in 2000 when she was awarded the Honorable Ted Poe Good Judge Award by the Texas Gang Investigators Association.She has served on the Williamson County Crisis Center Board, was Past Chair of the Williamson County Child Welfare Board and Past President of the Central Texas Justice of the Peace and Constables Association.
Judge Hobbs and her husband have one son, one daughter and son-in-law, and two grandchildren.
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Judy Schier Hobbs

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