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FRITZ FAULKNER, COUNTY JUDGE
SAN JACINTO COUNTY

Depending on the size of the county, the county judge has a wide range of judicial and administrative duties and is the presiding officer of the commissioners court.

What Does a County Judge Do in Texas?

  • Presiding officer of the commissioners court
  • Represents the county in many administrative functions
  • Serves as budget officer in counties with fewer than 225,000 residents
  • Most have broad judicial duties, such as presiding over misdemeanor criminal and small civil cases, probate matters and appeals from the Justice of the Peace Court
  • Serves as head of emergency management

Commissioners Court and County Court are held at the following location:

San Jacinto County Courthouse 
1 State Hwy. 150
Coldspring, Texas 77331

Mailing Address

1 State Hwy 150, Rm 23

Coldspring, TX 77331

countyjudge@co.san-jacinto.tx.us

(936) 653-2199 PHONE    (936) 653-3970 FAX


Office Staff

Tracy Galloway, Administrative Assistant

tracy.galloway@co.san-jacinto.tx.us

 

Johnnie Breland, Court Coordinator

johnnie.breland@co.san-jacinto.tx.us

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