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Precinct 2
***ATTENTION***

This office will be closed the following days so the staff can attend training:

12 pm to 5 pm, Tuesday, June 27, 2017
8 am to 5 pm, Wednesday, June 28, 2017
8 am to 5 pm, Thursday, June 29, 2017
8 am to 5 pm, Friday, June 30, 2017

8 am to 5 pm, Wednesday, July 19, 2017
8 am to 5 pm, Thursday, July 20, 2017
8 am to 5 pm, Friday, July 21, 2017

12 pm to 5 pm, Monday, July 31, 2017
8 am to 5 pm, Tuesday, August 1, 2017

If your ticket is due on one of these days, your due date will be extended to the next business day we are open. We do apologize in advance for any inconveniences this may cause.


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Justice Tommy A. Munoz
Judge Tommy A. Munoz was first elected to the office of Justice of the Peace Precinct 2, in Brazos County in November 2006 and re-elected in 2010. Judge Munoz before being elected, first served as a bailiff/court interpreter, and then court coordinator for County Court at Law No. 2 from 1991 until Dec 2006.

Awards
For his extraordinary contributions in promoting court administration, while serving as Court Coordinator, Judge Munoz was the recipient of the Charles B. Barrow Award , which is one of the most coveted awards in the State of Texas. He has also been the recipient of the VIVA (Very Impressive Vocational Achievement) Award by the local College Station, Texas Rotary Club and has served on numerous local committees and boards.

Biographical Information
Judge Munoz was born on in Cameron, Texas. However, he has been a lifetime resident of Brazos County. He married Margaret in 1973 and they have two children. He graduated in 1965 from Stephen F. Austin High School in Bryan. After attending Allen Military Academy (Junior College), Judge Munoz proudly served in the United States Air Force for 21 years and honorably retired in 1987 after attaining the rank of Master Sergeant. While in the military he received numerous awards and decorations to include the Outstanding Administrative Non-Commissioned Officer of the Year for Air University and Headquarters AFROTC in 1983 and 1984.

Current Contributions
In his capacity as Justice of the Peace, Judge Munoz continues to combat truancy and disciplinary problems in Bryan ISD through the use of community resources. He instituted the use of Electronic Monitors for tracking of students that are truant and this program was nationally recognized on CNN. He is also a Distinguished Member of the Texas College of Justice Court Judges. He remains active in the community and strives to be a positive role model.


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Judge Tommy A. Munoz
Precinct 2



Brazos County Administration Building
200 S. Texas Ave.
Suite 114
Bryan, Texas 77803

Ph: (979) 361-4190
Fx: (979) 361-4191



Telephone Payments:
844-550-8205



Hours for the Public

Monday - Friday
8:00am - 4:30pm



Notice
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Do not attempt to contact a judge by mail, email, or in person about any pending or potential lawsuit. Doing so may result in serious consequences.