Anna Huberman was elected as the first Country Meadows Justice of the Peace. The new precinct took effect with the new year in 2013.
The daughter of immigrants, Judge Huberman was born and raised in the mid-west. As a teenager, she moved to Argentina with her family where she graduated high school and went on to study law. Judge Huberman moved back to the United States in 1992 and has resided in the Valley since 1999.
Before joining the bench, Judge Huberman worked for the Superior Court in Maricopa County for 15 years as a Court Interpreter, putting to use her knowledge of the law and her fluency in English and Spanish. Her prior experience in court and on the bench has allowed Judge Huberman to understand how lives are impacted by the decisions made by a judge and the ramifications her decisions as Justice of the Peace have for defendants, victims, litigants and the general public.
Judge Anna Huberman has been involved in numerous community projects and volunteer work. Among them, she was a member of the Booster Club and Site Council at her children’s high school, where she was named Volunteer of the Year. She was a mentor for under-privileged students to keep them on a path to college, and has volunteered with parent groups to advocate for public education. She has also worked with the spay/neuter clinic to control the cat population in our neighborhoods.
As a Justice of the Peace representing the Country Meadows Justice Court Precinct, Judge Anna Huberman stands for fairness – treating everyone with dignity and respect, equality – assuring equal access to the court regardless of personal circumstance, and integrity – bringing transparency and honesty to the office.