The Benbrook Municipal Court is rescheduling all defendants, jurors, and witnesses set or a hearing or trial from March 16, 2020 through and including April 30, 2020. You will receive a written notice from the Court advising you of the new date, time and location of your hearing, trial, or jury service.
All outstanding traffic citation due dates are being extended until May 31, 2020.
The Benbrook Municipal Court will resume normal business hours beginning Friday, May 1, 2020. Visitors to City Hall will be expected to maintain social distancing in public areas. No more than 3 visitors will be allowed in the lobby area at one time.
In many instances you can address your citation and payment services online or through the mail. The City of Benbrook will not assess the 2% cost recovery fee or the $1.50 convenience fee during the period the Municipal Court office are closed or until further notice.
If you believe you are sick, or have been exposed to someone who is sick, or are a member of a high-risk group according to the Center of Disease Control (CDC), please exercise the online payment services http://www.benbrook-tx.gov/361/Online-Payment-InformationThe Benbrook Municipal Court is a court of record with jurisdiction over class C misdemeanors issued by Benbrook police officers, code enforcement officers, animal control officers, and the Benbrook Fire Department. Court clerks are not licensed attorneys and cannot provide legal advice. Responsibilities include:
- Processing documents of the Municipal Court
- Setting trial dockets
- Collecting court fines and fees
- Maintaining court records
- Performing administrative duties delegated by the Municipal Court Judge
- How long do I have to take care of my citation?
- Can I pay my citation (ticket) online?
- Can someone else take care of my citation for me?
- Is a juvenile/minor required to appear before the Judge on a citation?
- I have a court date. Where is the court room located?
- Do I have to have an attorney represent me at trial?