Christina Fox

for Grayson County Justice of the Peace Precinct 4


I was a military brat traveling around the US as my father served in the Air Force. At the age of 12, I moved to north Texas and consider Texas my home. I attended L.D. Bell High School in Bedford Texas then was nominated to attend Air Force academy (AFA). I Graduated with a BS in management from the AFA then served in the Air Force for a little over five years. During my time In the Air Force, I deployed in support of Operation Enduring Freedom and was chosen for several awards, including resource management officer of the year.

After serving in the military, I was offered a full scholarship to attend law school at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville. I was able to focus during my time there and graduated early along with becoming a published author.

I worked for the federal government immediately following law school and then opened my own general practice in the fall of 2010. We assist clients all over the state of Texas, with civil debt defense, traffic ticket defense and family law. I practice various small claims, municipal, county, district and federal courts all over the state of Texas. As your next justice of the peace I would be ready to go on day one with my knowledge of civil and criminal law!

I reside in Van Alstyne with my loving family. In planned moments of downtime, I enjoy spending time with family, having a house full of children, philanthropy (through time, talents, and treasure), reading, cooking, and travels all over the world.