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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 29, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Page 4A — Herald-ZeitI NG — Sunday, June 29, 2003MAGISTRATION/From 1A SHOWCASE/From 1A paid when they ran for election,” Scheel said. “I’m from the old school: you do what you were elected to do.” But JPs William Schroeder, Susan Dvorak and Jennifer Saunders feel otherwise. They claim the work does not relate directly to their precincts and is an extra duty they should be compensated for. Justice Diana Campos (Precinct 3), who stopped doing magistrations in January, told county commissioners magistration is not the sole responsibility of JPs. She said Section 2.09 of the Code of Criminal Procedure states that district and county court-at-law judges can share magistrate duties. The mayor and municipal court judge can also be appointed to the task. Scheel said district judges in Comal County have recused themselves from magistrations because they feel they should not take statements from felony defendants who could end up being tried before them. Schroeder told commissioners he discussed the issue with justices in a number of other counties, and they all get paid. Hays County, he said, pays each JP who performs mag istrations $4,000 per year. Since 1995, two Comal County JPs have been paid $2,000 a year for magistrate duties. Scheel said the $2,000 was a pay supplement to two justices who were carrying the load of four. In January, he received a letter from the justices requesting $5,000 each to perform magistrations. Scheel said the justices told him the growth of the magistration job was interfering with their primary duties. Campos told Scheel she would no longer magistrate at the jail. Scheel said he understood the issue was one of workload — not money. “If we paid them $5,000 more, it wouldn’t create any more time for them,” he said. Scheel brought the issue to commissioners. The county sought legislation to create anot her magistrate’s position and another county court-at-law. The county will pay attorney Ellen Salyers just more than $10,000 for the remainder of this year and nearly $21,000 each year afterward to perform magistrations on weekdays. Two weeks ago, Scheel received a letter signed by Money Mart Pawn & Jewelry Now OfTcring KREI’ P;»>roll ( heck Cashing 189 IH 35 South New Braunfels. TX 78130 (Next To Bluebonnet Jeep)    620-1188  www.moneymartpawn. com_ We'*® moved ' lf*!* I •• There are thousands of reasons to visit our newest location. Whether you need to get acrose town or across the country, Greyhound* makes it easy with thousands of destinations throughout North America. Just walk up, call in or log on for tickets. 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