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Municipal Court Procedures
This information is not a substitute for legal advice from a licensed attorney. If you have questions about your best course of action, what plea to enter, your rights, or the consequences of a conviction of the offense for which you are charged, you should contact an attorney. Clerks, judges and prosecutors cannot give legal advice.
The Texas City Municipal Court is a Court of Record. All defendants have the right to appeal their convictions.
Find out more about what citations may be dismissed after compliance, based on the attached fee.
Learn more about whether or not you are eligible for a deferred disposition for your citation and any associated costs and terms.
Gather information about attending state approved driving safety courses as part of your citation resolution.
Fair & Impartial Justice
The Municipal Judge is responsible for conducting a fair, impartial, and public trial.
Fines, Fees & Costs
The amount of the fines assessed by the Court is determined by the facts and circumstances in the case. Courts are required by laws of the State of Texas to collect court costs and fees.
Motions & Continuances
Discover the policies, due dates, and other important information regarding motions and continuances in the Texas City Municipal Court.
Have a look at the policies regarding entering pleas, and what learn what happens after entering your plea.
Your Rights & Obligations
Find out about your rights before and at trial, and your legal obligations.