Arnold Estrada, J.P
A fifty-two year resident of Arizona, Arnold Estrada enters his first term as Justice
of the Peace for the Mammoth Justice Court, Precinct 4.
Judge Estrada grew up in the border town of Douglas, AZ where he attended grade
school and high school.
He went on to serve in the Armed Forces from 1969 until his honorable discharge
in 1976, graduating from the Provost Marshal Academy.
In 1971, Judge Estrada moved his family to San Manuel where he was employed for
Magma Copper Company, (later named to B.H.P.) for 28 years, serving the last ten
years as a supervisor in the smelter. For the past eight years, Judge Estrada was
employed by the Pinal County Attorney’s Office as an Investigative Liaison.
During this time, he worked hard to address elder abuse issues throughout the county,
actively participating as a member of the Elder Abuse Specialist Team (EAST). Judge
Estrada is certified in various crime prevention classes through the University
of Louisville (Kentucky).
He is also a trained mediator through the Arizona Attorney General’s Office and
is a member of the Arizona Crime Prevention Association. Judge Estrada works on
several community causes in the tri-community area of Mammoth, San Manuel and Oracle.
He and his family are active with the St. Bartholomew Catholic Church where he serves
as a Parish Council member.
Judge Estrada coached Little League and softball teams and recently concluded a
seven-year term on the Mammoth-San Manuel Unified School District Board. Judge Estrada
is committed to making his court a place where everyone receives fair and equal
justice within the law. He and his wife Mary have been married for thirty-eight
years and have three children and eight grandchildren.
116 S Catalina
P.O. Box 777
Mammoth, AZ 85618