Thank you to the people of Collin County for electing me as your Justice of the Peace of Pct. 3. I am humbled and honored to have been chosen for this office. Thank you for your support. God bless!!
Welcome to my website! Please explore my site and learn about me and my campaign platform. I am honored to have the opportunity to serve the citizens of Pct. 3 and Collin County.
I will be running for a 2nd term in 2022. Please register your name and email if you are interested in my campaign. Please support my re-election campaign. I serve everyone equally, fairly, and with compassion. Most importantly, I follow the law and uphold the Constitution!
For more information about my office or for information about filing a case, please visit https://www.collincountytx.gov/justices_peace/jp3/Pages/default.aspx
Also, Texas law prohibits a Judge from ex parte communications about cases within their respective court. Any discussion about a case must be conducted during a court proceeding.
COVID-19 has affected the operations of all courts in Texas. Please visit the link to my office posted above for more information. Also, all of our hearings are being conducted virtually at this time. In order to comply with constitutional requirements of making hearings open to the public, we are live streaming hearings on our YouTube page. Please visit https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2eTcimokle2p8D-QNOcqLg
Michael is a conservative republican. He believes in the constitution, rule of law, limited government, fiscal responsibility, and equal rights for every person. He is a Christian who believes in a Christian world-view of love, respect, and equal treatment for every person. Michael has been a public servant for most of his life, and he is honored to have been chosen by the voters within his precinct to continue his service to the community as Collin County Justice of the Peace of Precinct 3. Michael is highly respected in the field of criminal justice. He hold numerous college degrees, including a PhD in General Psychology. He has also received numerous awards during his service as a Police Officer. Thank you for your support!
Judge Mike Missildine will extend office hours for working adults on Tuesday, November 12, 2019 until 7:00 PM. Extended hours will be added for one evening every quarter. More days with extended hours may be added in the future.
Thanksgiving Greetings 2018
I hope everyone has a blessed and happy Thanksgiving. If you are traveling this holiday season, please be careful and enjoy your time with family and friends. Also, please remember those less fortunate this season. Please say a prayer for those in need and if you can, please give to one of many great organizations who will be helping people this year. As a family tradition, my family will be choosing a family from a local Salvation Army Family Tree. This is a great program and the donated items directly affect families in need. There are two Angel tree locations in Collin County. Both are in Plano at Collin Creek Mall and the Shops at Willow Bend. Please follow the link for more information. Thank you and God Bless! Salvation Army Angel Tree
Michael Missildine wins bid to become next Justice of the Peace in Collin County Pct. 3-2
11/10/18 - Plano, Texas - Immediate Release
Michael Missildine has won the election to become the next Justice of the Peace in Pct. 3-2. He will take over the office of the Honorable Judge John Edward Payton. Judge Payton has held the office of Justice of the Peace Pct. 3-2 for 27 years, since being elected for office at the age of 18. Michael is honored and humbled to take office when Judge Payton Retires on December 31. Judge Payton is known for his success as the primary Truancy court in Collin County. Michael will continue Judge Payton's commitment to the families of Collin County and work to ensure education remains a priority for the youth of the county. Judge-Elect Missildine will also focus on efficiency, accessibility, and customer service as priorities of the court. Judge-Elect Missildine will work with his fellow JPs in Collin County to ensure the courts are serving the public in an efficient manner.
Michael receives prestigious Deputy Constable of the Year from the JPCA
Plano, TX - 9/24/18 - Immediate Release:
Every year, the Justices of the Peace and Constables Association of Texas (JPCA) awards Constables, JPs, Deputies, and Clerks with "best of the year" awards. Michael has been awarded the prestigious Chief Larry Waller Deputy Constable of the year award for 2016/2017 and 2017/2018. Recipients of JPCA awards are nominated by their peers and other members of the organization. Michael's name has been added to a very short list of Deputy Constables who have received this award two times, as well as in consecutive years. Michael has been a member of JPCA since 2005 when he started as a Deputy Constable with Dallas County Constable Pct. 2 in Garland, TX. He continued his membership while working for Constable Joe Wright in Pct. 4 of Collin County. Michael is very active with the association and has been a member of the Constable Education committee since 2014 and serves as the current Secretary of the committee. Michael will be teaching mental health courses for the Justice Court Training Center at the JPCA sponsored Civil Process schools provided across Texas beginning in February of 2019.
GRASSROOTS MCKINNEY NEWS RELEASE MIKE MISSILDINE ENDORSEMENT
January 7, 2018 --- Grassroots McKinney PAC announced that it is endorsing Mike Missildine for Justice of the Peace, Precinct 3-2. After careful evaluation, we are convinced that Mike Missildine has the best combination of skill and experience to represent and protect the people as a Justice of the Peace. He has been a part of the justice and legal system for many years and has demonstrated his dedication to the Constitution and the rule of law. He has spent many off-hours preparing himself for this office. It is with great pleasure and the highest expectations that Grassroots McKinney PAC endorses Mike Missildine for Justice of the Peace, Precinct 3-2.