Office Hours: Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
500 E. San Antonio, 2nd Floor
El Paso County Courthouse
El Paso, Texas 79901
Phone: (915) 546-2059
Fax: (915) 533-5520
Texas Council on Family Violence Praises Legislative Leaders
Texas Council on Family Violence Praises Legislative Leaders for Passing New Legislation to Protect Domestic Violence Victims!
Press Conference with Mayor Leeser + Out for Blood in the Community
Press Conference with Mayor Leeser + Out for Blood in the Community!
MADD Award 2015
District Attorney Jaime Esparza Receives MADDís National Presidentís Award in Prosecutor Category in Washington D.C.
View video of MADD Award 2015
Crime Victims' Memorial Reading
See Pictures of Crime Victims' Memorial Reading event
"Out for Blood" Campaign and Partners in the 2014 Thanksgiving Parade
See Pictures of Out for Blood Campaign and Partners in the 2014 Thanksgiving Parade
Sober Ride 2014
See Pictures of Give the Gift of a Sober Ride-DWI Holiday Awareness Campaign
Walk for Justice!
On October 8th, District Attorney Jaime Esparza joined County Attorney Joanne Bernal, Center Against Family Violence Director Stephanie Karr, and Representative Emma Acosta took a WALK FOR JUSTICE from City Hall to the County Courthouse plaza to show their support for Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
HHH WALK for Victims of Crime
HHH WALK for Victims of Crime was held Sunday, October 5, 2014 It began at Victims Memorial Park and Ended at the Southwest University Park-
We had over 180 walkers who participated in the 10 mile walk across the city to!!
- Press Conference on National Domestic Violence Awareness Month
El Paso District Attorney Jaime Esparza teams up with Law Enforcement Agencies and U.S. Marshall Robert Almonte for a Press Conference on National Domestic Violence Awareness Month
October 1, 2014
- El Paso District Attorney's Office at Walk Like MADD 2014
El Paso District Attorneyís Office at Walk Like MADD 2014!
- Out for Blood Press Conference
Out for Blood Press Conference Wednesday, August 27, 2014
This campaign was to bring citizens aware of the law that: Itís either your breath or your blood!
Donít drink and drive!