The Municipal Court is located in the Hunters Creek Village City Hall near the intersection of Beinhorn and Brogden Roads. Exit the Katy Freeway at Bingle/Voss, go south on Voss Road to Beinhorn Road, (first traffic light) and turn right. Go to Brogden Road (first stop sign) and turn right. Go to the second driveway on the right and turn into the parking lot at City Hall.
Court office hours are Monday through Friday, from 8:30am to 4:30pm.
Court appearance dates and times are as indicated on citations. The court-room doors will open one half hour before court.
Contact the Court Clerk at: 713-465-5646, 713-465-1551 (fax), or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The City’s Municipal Court is the judicial branch of the government of the City of Hunters Creek Village. The City’s Municipal Court provides an accessible legal forum for individuals to have their court matters heard in a fair and efficient manner, while providing a high level of integrity, professionalism, and customer service. Court services are increasingly available online, by telephone, email, and through the mail.
The City’s Municipal Court adjudicate Class C misdemeanor cases most of which are criminal, including traffic, city ordinance, state code, juvenile, and disabled parking.
The Municipal Court is responsible for the collection of fines, fees, and State costs: filing citations/complaints; court scheduling; issuing, tracking, and clearing warrants; maintaining court records and reporting collection, conviction, and statistical data to the appropriate State agencies.
Fines and court costs may be paid by mail or in person at least one day prior to a scheduled appearance. Payments made by mail can be made in the form of a personal check, money order or cashier’s check. Payments made in person may be made in the form of cash, personal check, money order, cashier’s check, MasterCard, Visa, Discover, American Express. Payments can also be made on-line at www.trafficpayment.com, or you can call 1-800-444-1187.
Persons charged with a moving violation resulting in an accident must appear, and persons sixteen years of age or younger must appear in court with one or both parents.
A second or subsequent conviction of an offense under the Texas Motor Vehicle Safety Responsibility Act will result in the suspension of your driver’s license and motor vehicle registration unless you file and maintain proof of financial responsibility with the Department of Public Safety for two years from the date of convictions. The Department may waive the requirement to file proof of financial responsibility if you file satisfactory evidence with the department showing that at the time this citation was issued, the vehicle was covered by a liability insurance policy or that you were otherwise exempt from the requirements to provide evidence of financial responsibility.
Failure to appear in court, as provided by law, for the presentation of the offense, may result in denial of driver’s license renewal and a warrant of arrest will be issued. Motions of Continuances or Resets must be done in person, at least one day prior to your scheduled court date. Resets are not allowed by phone.
Your signature on the citation you have received is not a plea of guilty. You have the right to:
Persons who have been charged, may enter their plea on the charge in one of three ways:
These charges, if corrected within twenty working days of the date of the citation or before the date of your first appearance whichever comes first, may present proof of compliance prior to your court date at the clerk’s office or appear in court to see the judge for consideration under the law for dismissal and if dismissed a administrative fee of not less than $10 nor greater than $20, based on the Transportation Code Statue dealing with that specific charge. This fee must be paid immediately to the clerk at the time of dismissal.
Compliance Dismissals with Proof of Correction:
|Expired Motor Vehicle Registration (late penalty fee must be paid at county assessor-collector)||Administrative Fee $20.00|
|Expired Drivers License||Administrative Fee $20.00|
|Fail to Display Drivers License||Administrative Fee $10.00|
|Fail to Report Address Change or Name||Administrative Fee $20.00|
|Operate Vehicle with Defective Equipment (does not apply to Commercial Motor Vehicle)||Administrative Fee $20.00|
These charges, if corrected within twenty working days of the date of the citation or before the date of your first appearance whichever comes first, may present proof of compliance prior to your court date at the clerk’s office or appear in court to see the judge for consideration under the law for dismissal and if dismissed an administrative fee will be paid to the court clerk with your proof of correction.
If you have been charged with failure to provide proof of financial responsibility and you did have insurance on the day you received the citation, show the proof to the court. If it is correct, that case will be dismissed. There is no administrative fee for financial responsibility.
You may be able to request that a moving violation be dismissed by taking a driving safety course. In order to be eligible for the driving safety course, you must:
However, you will lose the right to take a driving safety course if you do not provide notice to the court in writing on or before the appearance date shown on the citation. The combined court costs and administrative fee of $109.10, driver’s license for identification and evidence of financial responsibility shall be submitted along with a signed request to take a driving safety course in order to obtain permission of the court. Once the request has been received and accepted, you will have 90 days in order to complete the course and turn in all necessary paperwork. Further instructions are given at the time the request is made.
Failure to appear in court, as provided by law, for the presentation of the offense, may result in denial of driver’s license renewal and a warrant of arrest will be issued.
|Memorial Villages Water:||713.465.8318|
|Water Leaks at Meter:||713.224.2500|