Pol. Adv.  Paid for by the Christopher "Chris" Gregory for Justice of the Peace, Precinct 4 Campaign.

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  • Rooted Christian Values

  • Strong Family Values

  • Conservative Republican

  • Lifetime Resident

  • Retired after 15 Years of Public Service in Law Enforcement


"Courtroom Demeanor and Mock

Trials Training"

Justice of the Peace Court hosted the Tarrant County Police Officers Academy for courtroom demeanor class and mock trials training. Cadets completed offense reports and was able to testify and see how a real trial would be conducted defending their report with a real prosecutor and Defense Attorney. I believe training like this is invaluable for our future officers protecting our citizens in this great county. I was honored to be able to be apart of this! 

Tarrant County Police Officers Academy Cadets

 "A Day in the Courtroom"

Honored to have the Lake Worth Law Enforcement class to participate in “A Day in the Courtroom”. The students were taught the many functions the court has as well as observing live hearings and trials. I believe it’s truly important to teach our youth the functions their elected officials preform for them each day. It was truly an honor to have them and teach them about the JP 4 court.

 Lake Worth Law Enforcement class
Lake Worth Law Enforcement class

"Certificate of Appreciation"

Constable Jody Johnson presented JDog Junk Removal and Hauling with Certificate of Appreciation for their community service. JDog assisted the Constables Office with an order that was issued from my court. JDog thank you for your great community service.


Northwest Tarrant County:

  • Northwest Fort Worth

  • Azle

  • Blue Mound

  • Haslet

  • Lakeside

  • Lake Worth

  • River Oaks

  • Saginaw

  • Westworth Village

  • Westover Hills

  • White Settlement

Justice of the Peace Lega Topics

January’s monthly stats. - JP Court 4

JP #4 went active with the E-file online system on August 12 and are currently receiving cases filed on line. Thank you for your patience on us getting this implemented. Our paperless initiative began mid September and every case is now being handled paperless.

JP #4 has completed the transitioning to N-Court payment for an easier customer pay experience.




The implementation of E-File Self Help and computer paperless process is in the planning phase and will be implemented in the first half of the year.


606 Civil Cases were filed
701 Civil cases were disposed
1692 Active civil cases remain on the docket with no backlog.

230 Criminal cases were filed
154 Criminal cases disposed
2159 Active Criminal cases remain on the docket. With no criminal case backlog.

32 Arrest warrants were signed
9 Driver’s License Hearings
3 Mental Health Hearings
1 Property Hearing
2 Handgun License Hearings


Thank you for allowing me and my staff to serve you!! Please let us know if there is anything you would like to see or that would help make your interaction with your court easier.

Judge Christopher Lee Gregory and staff

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