Vanessa Vice says law experience has prepared her for County Court-at-Law no. 2 seat

County-Court-at-Regulation no. 2 Decide Carol Siebman options to leave business at the conclusion of her current time period, and 4 candidates have filed for her seat.

Assistant District Lawyer Vanessa Vice, Hillary Clark and Sherman legal professional Rick Dunn all submitted on the Republican side, and Sherman lawyer Barry Rubarts has submitted as a Democrat. He is the only Democrat to file for a county seat for the primaries.

The March primary for both equally the Democratic and Republican functions in Grayson County will be held on March 1, and the past day to sign-up to vote was Jan. 31.

 Early voting will be held Feb. 14-25.

Vice took some time to reply concerns about how her expertise as an attorney has well prepared her for the county court at legislation no. 2 seat.

Introduction:

I am Vanessa Vice, an Assistant District Legal professional and Chief Misdemeanor Prosecutor for Grayson County.  Working in the County Courts every single working day has ready me with the awareness and experience to step in on working day 1 in County Court 2.  With 18-months delay in Court 2 thanks to Covid, we have victims who require their conditions to be settled.  Multi-tasking and functioning diligently is not new to me, I have done it all my lifetime.  I have obtained some amazing goals so far.  With the voters’ help, I can achieve this next aim as Decide.  Find out a lot more at www.voteviceforjudge.com.