Municipal Court

Trophy Club Municipal Court is committed to providing those we serve with high quality customer service that is effective, efficient, and delivered in a professional environment, while accomplishing the duties incumbent upon it by the Town of Trophy Club Charter and the laws of the State of Texas, thereby earning and maintaining the public's respect, confidence and satisfaction. Furthermore, the Municipal Court is committed to ensuring all defendants receive fair and impartial treatment and are aware of all options available under state law.

This Municipal Court occupies a unique position within the Texas judicial system. Because it is the judicial branch of municipal government, it has the power to hear Class 'C' Misdemeanor cases and impose fines. No jail time may be directly imposed, except as punishment for contempt of court. However, when there is willful refusal or neglect to pay assessed fines, the Judge has the power to place an individual in confinement until the fine is either paid in full or served in jail. 

Municipal Court's Jurisdiction

This Municipal Court's jurisdiction includes the following, which occur within the corporate town limits of Trophy Club and Marshall Creek Park: 

  • Class C Misdemeanors
  • Parking Violations
  • School Attendance Violations
  • Traffic Violations
  • Town Code/Ordinance Violations

Nothing contained herein is intended to be nor should be construed as legal advice and should not be relied upon as such.


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