J.J. Koch has been an active member of the Dallas County community for over 15 years and knows that we must fight to protect our conservative values here in Texas. Today, he is working toward defending those conservative values as the Dallas County Commissioner for District 2.
J.J. Koch is an attorney with William M. Woodall, P.C. and is an expert in the field of legal technology, here in Dallas. J.J. came to Dallas in 2002 after graduating from Duke University to attend SMU Dedman School of Law where he met his wife and the mother of their two children, Amanda. Throughout law school, J.J. clerked for the law firm retained by the Dallas Police Association during which time he found his passion for protecting the “boys in blue.” Following completion of law school, J.J. served Dallas County as a prosecutor before entering into private practice where he represented Dallas Police officers as an attorney for the Dallas Fraternal Order of Police.
J.J.’s time defending the law enforcement of Dallas County grew his appreciation for the people of Dallas County, fortified the conservative values he was raised upon and motivated his desire to be a “watchdog” for all of the people of Dallas County.
J.J. knows that the next Dallas County Commissioner for District 2 needs to come from the outside. Insiders, career politicians, have proven time again that they are in the job for personal professional growth, not the development of Dallas County. J.J. is focusing on the role he can play in defending conservative issues essential to the development and prosperity of Dallas County: fighting illegal immigration, promoting job growth and fairness in transportation space, and being a champion to the taxpayers.
J.J., Amanda and their two children are active members of the Dallas County Community and attend Highland Park United Methodist Church. In the past J.J. has been a “Big” with Big Brothers, Big Sisters and has served as Treasurer and Board Member for the HPUMC Child Development Program. J.J. has served the Dallas County Republican Party as a precinct chair, a judicial candidate in 2010 (deemed “qualified” by The Committee for a Qualified Judiciary) and worked extensively on the campaigns for Matt Rinaldi, Kenneth Sheets, Toby Shook, and Lowell Cannaday. He is a volunteer assistant wrestling coach at Bishop Lynch High School, a proud member of the NRA and the Federalist Society and spends free time swinging a hammer with Habitat for Humanity. After many years in Dallas County, J.J. sees the need for political outsiders to step up and stand for the people in the county. Rising to this need, J.J. will bring his conservative values and principled leadership to the Dallas County Commissioners Court as representative for District 2.