Sábado Octobre 17, 2015 2:00 PM a 7:00 PM

Centro Misionero Latino Americano junto con la organización LIBRE y Lumincare, presenta una tarde de entretenimiento y educación. Ofreciendo información esencial para la gente latina sobre su salud, libertad económica, inmigración, derechos de los Padres, etc… Invitados especiales: Juez de Paz: John Payton, Abogado de Inmigración: Armando Nuñez, Director de LIBRE: Daniel Serralde.                                   




Chequeo Medico. (Medical Checkup)

Vacunas para la gripe. (Flu Shots)

Educación legal. (Legal Education)

Educación de derechos de padres. (Parent's rights) 

Educación para Libertad Económica. (Economic Freedom Class)

Seguridad contra Incendios. (Fire Safety class)

Control de Seguridad. (Safety Checks)

y mucho mas... (and much more) 


Brincolines. (Bounce houses)

Comida. (Food)

Juegos con premios. (Games with Prizes)


Show para niños. (Kids show)

Cabina de Fotos. (Green Screen Photo Booth)

Premios. (Prizes) 

Y Mucho mas… (and much more)


Few people took John Payton seriously when he ran for Collin County justice of the peace two decades ago. His Guinness record as the world's youngest judge still stands. Since his unlikely victory, Payton has won re-election four times, most recently on Nov. 2. And over 20 years, he has gained a statewide reputation for his creative handling of truancy cases.

Justice of the peace courts occupy the lowest tier of the justice system, handling small claims, evictions, hot checks, truancy and other issues. Defendants don't need lawyers, and JPs aren't required to be attorneys. Payton developed an intense interest in truancy early on and now hears about two-thirds of the county's cases. On a recent day, he had eight truants in his East Plano courtroom, teens 13 to 17 years old.

"He's kept a lot of children out of the juvenile detention center," Collin County Commissioner Jerry Hoagland said. "He's helped hundreds of families."

Listen to the Judge on his new Radio show: On Point with "JP and Dr. B"

Daniel was born in Mexico City, Mexico. He was raised in the Tijuana / San Diego border region where he learned from an early age the value and prosperity that occurs in free economies and open markets in a transnational setting. A strong advocate for democracy and economic liberalization in developing countries, he has participated as a speaker in multiple panels and conferences in Latin America and has been an active part in establishing training centers for the advancement of the political, democratic and policy process in Mexico and El Salvador. A passionate advocate for education and opportunities for all Americans to reach prosperity, he taught Spanish as a Foreign Language at an inner city high school in the Dallas/Fort Worth area, where he experienced firsthand the need that the community has for learning and practicing the principles of free markets and small government to reach the American dream.

Daniel serves as the North Texas area Field Director for The Libre Initiative. 

Armando was born in Monterrey, Mexico and immigrated to the United States with his parents at a very early age. He was raised in Collin and Fannin Counties right here in the great state of Texas. He became a naturalized citizen of this great country in 2012, and is fluent in both the English and Spanish languages.

Armando is a proud veteran of the United States Armed Forces. He joined the United States Navy right out of high school in 1999, proudly served during Operation Enduring Freedom. He was honorably discharged in 2003. Following his discharge he attended college and graduated from the University of North Texas with a B.S. in Political Science in 2006. He then attended St. Mary’s University School of Law and received his J.D. in 2011. Armando practices family law, criminal Justice, real estate, immigration law, civil litigation, and wills/probate. 


ARMANDO NUNUEZ, Partner at Voyles & Nunuez Law Firm, LLC.

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