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Judge Jacquelyn Wright

Judge Jacquelyn Wright

Judge Wright is privileged to have the honor of working as a public servant for Tarrant County’s Precinct Four since January 1st, 1991.

Judge Wright came to public service from the private industry, after having earned her Certification in Production and Inventory Management (CPIM) designation, with experience in contract law, purchasing, manufacturing production and inventory control.

During her tenure as Justice of the Peace, Judge Wright has served on the Texas State Supreme Court’s Rules Committee and as an instructor for the Texas Justice Court Training Center at Southwest Texas State University.  She holds certification from and is a graduate of the Special Courts Jurisdiction Program at the National Judicial College at the University of Nevada. 

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6713 Telephone Road, Suite 201

Lake Worth, Texas 76135

Fax: 817-238-4430

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Effective September 1, 2015, the offense of Failure to Attend School is repealed along with the designation of truancy as Conduct Indicating a Need for Supervision. Following these changes, Chapter 65 of the Family Code is created, which identifies the procedures and rules for handling truant conduct as a civil procedure in a truancy court.

All offenses for Failure to Attend School prior to September 1, 2015, are to be expunged under section 45.0541 of the Code of Criminal Procedure. The court in which the individual was convicted or a complaint for a truancy offense was filed shall order the conviction, complaints, verdicts, sentences and other documents relating to the offense, including any documents in the possession of a school district or law enforcement agency, to be expunged from the individual's record.

Effective September 1, 2015, truancy court procedures and proceedings in cases involving allegations of truant conduct are provided in Chapter 65 of the Family Code. Other areas of law associated with truant conduct that have been amended or repealed: Code of Criminal Procedure, Family Code, Education Code, Government Code, Penal Code and Texas Rules of Civil Procedure.