UPDATE IN RESPONSE TO COVID-19
The Spring Valley Village Municipal Court has jurisdiction over class C misdemeanors and City Ordinances violations that occur within the corporate city limits and are punishable by fine only.
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The mission of Municipal Court is to provide a forum for justice to ensure that all citizens served are treated fairly, equally, without regard to race, sex, or religion, and assure them of a fair, impartial and timely disposition of their cases while abiding by all applicable guidelines and laws.
The City is served by a presiding judge and 4 associate judges, as well as 2 prosecutors. The Court has 2 full-time clerks, and if you have any questions or need any additional information, they can be reached during regular business hours at 713-465-0333 or you may send an e-mail to email@example.com.
The presiding judge is John J. Klevenhagen III.
Court Sessions are normally held on Thursday mornings and as needed.
Each violation being paid must be paid in full. Payments can be made online.
There will be a 5% administrative fee attached to each violation paid by credit card in person at the window.
All resets or continuances must be done no later than 3 days prior to your initial court setting and must be done in person.Court.
Residents of Spring Valley Village may be summoned for jury duty and make take several hours.
Children at Court
Please note that children are not allowed in the court room.
Driver's Safety Course
- You may come to the Municipal Court Office in person or Online to request A Driver’s Safety Course. online
- The Defendant must provide the Court with proof of financial responsibility.
- The Defendant must be currently in possession of a valid Texas driver's license, which is not a commercial drivers license.
- The Defendant must enter a plea of Nolo Contendre to this cause.
- The Defendant must not have completed a driving safety course within 12 months from the date of issuance of this citation which is the basis of this cause.
- There must not be presently pending in any court an Order of Deferral granted to the Defendant to take a driving safety course.
Deferred Disposition is now available online, provided that you have not completed a deferred proceeding in the last 12 months.online
You have the ability to extend your payment for a period of thirty (30) days. online