Bradley inducted as ‘scholar’ in judges’ association



Justice of the Peace Precinct 2 Kyle Bradley was recently inducted into the Texas Justice Court Judges Association College of Justice Court Judges. He receives his certificate from Judge Greg Magee, San Jacinto County Pct. 4 Justice of the Peace.

Justice of the Peace Precinct 2 Kyle Bradley was recently inducted into the Texas Justice Court Judges Association College of Justice Court Judges. He receives his certificate from Judge Greg Magee, San Jacinto County Pct. 4 Justice of the Peace.

The Honorable Judge Kyle D. Bradley, Justice of the Peace, Pct. 2 of Atascosa County was recently inducted as a “Scholar” into the Texas Justice Court Judges Association (JCJA) College of Justice Court Judges. The College encourages and recognizes judges who strive for advanced education over and above the state mandated education requirements.

Judge Kyle D. Bradley was one of only 12 justice court judges throughout the state to receive the “Scholar” designation from the College. Judge Kyle D. Bradley completed at least 60 hours of accredited education above his/ her mandated education requirement.

A total of 54 judges in the state, who made application to the College, completed the minimum requirements to qualify for the 2014 College.

Those judges who were inducted into the College of Justice Court Judges were congratulated and recognized for taking the initiative to acquire advanced study to enhance their judicial skills.


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