Itasca Municipal Court

Itasca Municipal Court

Time

Working Hours:
Monday:8:00 am– 4:00 pm
Tuesday: 8:00 am– 4:00 pm
Wednesday:8:00 am– 4:00 pm
Thursday:  8:00 am– 4:00 pm
Friday: 8:00 am– 4:00 pm
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed

Judges

Judge Charles Jones

Magistrate:

N/A

Chief Prosecutor

Stephanie Johnson
Mark Pratt
Dial: 254-687-2990
Fax: 254-687-9880
Email:
[email protected]

Attorney

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Clerk of Courts

Teresa Jones

Itasca Municipal Court is a trial city courthouse in the County of Hill, Texas. It has jurisdiction over cases of criminal matters, traffic, vehicle and speeding ticket matters. It also issued warrants on serious crimes. The city council meeting is held in the council chamber located in this court every Monday at 6:00 pm. The police department is available in the hall where the court is located, and most traffic matters are handled by the court in collaboration with the Police Department. It is also known as the non-record court in the big little town of Texas. The staff and judges serve every visitor professionally and quickly. The dress code should be followed during the court session. 

See also  Superior Court of Nevada

How to search for the case record?

Itasca Municipal Court case search can be found online and in the county and clerk’s office. They can be searched online on different websites using the following ways:

  • Searching by name
  • Searching by case number
  • Searching by address
  • Searching by phone
  • Searching by email

Some information about cases is not available online because they are confidential according to the law, like warrant cases etc. These types of information are only available at the county court or clerk’s office. They can be obtained by filing and mailing a Records Request Form. Fill in all the information on the form and send it to the court with the copy fees. The court will respond with whether to provide this information or not. These types of information are mainly given to a close relative, police or other investigation agency. For more information about the public records, call or mail the court. Fees for copying per page apply if the court approves your record request for case information.

see also Aurora Municipal Court

How to make payments?

Itasca Municipal Court pay ticket and other fines can be done by the following ways:

In-Person

A person can pay for tickets and fines by visiting the court during regular court hours and paying in cash, checks, or with a card at the counter. 2.99% convenience and other charges will be applied if you make payment with a credit card.

Online

A person can pay online using the Texas Online Payment Website https://webpay.courts.state.mn.us/CourtWebPay. The traffic ticket payment can be made when you provide the ticket number, case number, and credit card information. Service fees will be applied in this method.

See also  Crawford County Municipal Court

Mail

A Person can send a certified check or money order to the court’s mailing address. The address is 134 N Hill St, Itasca, TX 76055, United States. Cash or personal checks are not acceptable in the mail; only certified checks or money orders are accepted. While mailing a check, add a summons with it. If you want a receipt, mail it in a self-addressed, stamped envelope. A late fee fine will be issued if the court does not receive the mail in time.

Note: Payment plans for paying in installments are also available.

What can I do if I receive a Traffic Ticket?

Itasca Municipal Court traffic court handles traffic, speeding and vehicle-related matters. If you received a ticket, then there are many options that you must do. Firstly see the date on the ticket; that is the citation date. You had to pay for the citation or write to the court about how I would handle the citation before that date. A completed form is given, and you will fill it out or send it to the court with the driver’s license, proof of auto insurance copy, and the payment. Remember to write your citation number on your payment. Another option is you can request a driver’s safety course or defend disposition. If you do not want to choose any option from the form, then fill it out and send it with the payment amount to the court. If you want to appear in court with your case, then fill out all sections A and enter your plea. The court will respond to the schedule for your court appearance, and you must appear on the schedule. If you do not do anything about the ticket you received, a warrant will be issued against you. Once a warrant is issued, you do not have any option and have been arrested.

See also  Union Township Municipal Court

see also Arizona Superior Court

How many types of warrants are issued by the court?

Itasca Municipal Court warrants consist of two types:

Alias Warrant

It is issued when you do not reply to the citation, request a court hearing, and fail to pay for tickets. If you stop anywhere, then you are arrested. In this warrant type, if you hire an attorney, there is a chance that they will save you from arrest.

Capias Warrant

It is issued when you fail to obey the plea agreement you write in the citation date. An arrest warrant will be issued, and the attorney cannot do anything related to your arrest.

How can I request a defensive driving course?

Itasca Municipal Court defensive driving course can be requested by marking the C letter on the form. $144 will be paid to the court. After the court approves your request, you must complete the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation course. Your driving record can be obtained from www.Texas.gov. On the website, click on Type 3A record. After receiving the certificate, send a copy to the court 90 days after the payment.

How can I request a deferred disposition fine?

Itasca Municipal Court deferred disposition fine can be requested by marking the D letter on the form. A $50 fine with the citation amount of your violation will be paid to the court. Remember to read the footnote because it is according to different ages.

see also East Cleveland Municipal Court

FAQ:

I am 25, and I request a DEF; which course should I search for?

You had to search for a course approved or certified by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation. You can search for it at www.Texas.gov

I drive with a speed of 31 mph; how much I had to pay?

You had to pay $276.90 if you drove with a 31 mph speed.

I do not tell the court about my new address; what can I do now?

You had to pay $135 when you told the new address to the court.

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