About William

“The CONSERVATIVE we want! The JUSTICE we need!”
Proven. Principled. Qualified.

William Shane Nolen is the conservative choice with the most relevant experience to serve as Precinct 2’s Justice of the Peace. Nolen understands the area and shares our values having grown up in Arlington and spent over 30 years of his life living in the Precinct 2.

With almost a decade of legal experience and expertise, William Shane Nolen is the most experienced candidate to be Precinct 2’s Justice of the Peace. Nolen has handled hundreds of cases in Justice of the Peace courts, in most of the federal district courts in Texas, in state courts of appeal, and all up the way up to U.S. Circuit Courts of Appeals. Nolen is admitted to practice law by the Texas Supreme Court and is a part of the Dallas, Tarrant, and Texas Bar Associations. Nolen is the only candidate for Justice of the Peace Precinct 2 who actually has experience trying cases in JP courts.

Since 2009, William Shane Nolen has managed his own law firm. Before then, Nolen became a proven attorney with various firms and non-profits while specializing on a range of issues including real estate and energy. During the fallout from Hurricane Katrina, Nolen worked with the U.S. Small Business Administration and provided legal assistance to business owners who were victims of the storm. During college, Nolen became a passionate advocate against domestic violence. He volunteered for years with the Waco Battered Women’s Shelter; he would continue that commitment for justice later in his life when managing a domestic violence clinic for abused women trying to obtain restraining orders.

Aside from his legal work, William Shane Nolen has demonstrated himself as a principled conservative and a qualified community leader. Nolen has been an outspoken conservative Republican and volunteer since his college days as a member of the Baylor Young Republicans. He has volunteered with numerous Republican campaigns and is involved with many GOP clubs (see below). Nolen is a qualified community leader, who began serving on the City of Pantego’s Public Safety and Advisory Board in 2010; his civic involvement has increased to include Pantego’s Community Relations Board and the city’s Planning and Zoning Commission. Nolen often offers his legal services pro bono to economically disadvantaged citizens in Tarrant County.

William Shane Nolen received his B.B.A. in Management from Baylor University and his J.D. from Western State University. Nolen attends both Milestone Church in Keller and Pantego Bible Church. He is the very proud father of four-year-old Lindsey Nicole Nolen.

Nolen is currently an active member of the following civic, conservative, and GOP organizations:
912 Project
Lone Star Tea Party
Constitution Society
NE Tarrant Tea Party
Conservative Texans
2nd Amendment Texas
Young Men of Arlington
Tarrant Republican Club
Standing Up For America
Arlington Republican Club
North Texas Liberty Group
Texas Republican Assembly
Tarrant County Eagle Forum
N.E. Tarrant Republican Club
Constitutional Defenders of Texas
Tarrant County Young Republicans
Tarrant County Republican Assembly
D/FW Area Republican Liberty Caucus

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