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Justice of the Peace Pct. 4
Justice H.R. “Bob” Riley, has been holding office as Justice of the Peace in Blanco County, Precinct 4, since March of 2004. He has been employed with Blanco County since the 1990’s, previously in law enforcement and also as Constable for Precinct 4. Before working in Blanco County, Judge Riley worked law enforcement for Bexar and Comal counties. Judge Riley loves Blanco County and has lived here for 45 years, raising three boys; Robbie, Clint and Charles, all 3 attended school in Blanco. Judge Riley has owned a tractor business, auction business, BBQ and steakhouse restaurants and now operates a BBQ sauce and seasoning business with his wife of nine years, Sheri Riley.

The Justice Courts in Texas rule over 4 Civil Courts within the Justice Court; evictions, debt collections, small claims, and landlord/tenant disputes. The amount in controversy cannot exceed $10,000.00. It is considered the people’s court, and many suits are handled without an attorney. Additionally, the Justice of the Peace may issue arrest and search warrants, and presides over many types of hearings; however, the only criminal cases filed in this court are Class C misdemeanors. Justices of the Peace are on call 24/7 to conduct magistrate hearings and inquests. Judge Riley is pleased to serve his constituents and community. 

Office Hours: 8:30 a.m. - 12:00 noon, 1:30 p.m.- 4:30 p.m


        P. O. BOX 596
        BLANCO, TEXAS 78606

                                       402 BLANCO AVENUE
                                       BLANCO, TEXAS 78606


This Court does not accept Civil suits via email.  Original documents may be submitted by first class mail TO THE POST OFFICE BOX MAILING ADDRESS or in person.  

If you wish to represent yourself in a civil suit, you may visit this website for assistance.

You may pay your traffic citations IN FULL online by using MasterCard or VISA only (American Express & Discover are not accepted).

Class C violations require submission of written plea for payment agreements, driver’s safety course or deferrals, and must be submitted to the Court by mail or in person, with required documents listed in Court reply form, by the appearance date on the citation.  

COURT REPLY FORM: /upload/page/4017/JP4REPLYFORM.docx

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