Municipal Court

Robinson Municipal Court processes Class C misdemeanors resulting from a violation of city ordinances and traffic citations. The court is presided over by a part-time municipal judge, who is appointed by the Robinson City Council. The city attorney prosecutes all municipal court cases.

View upcoming court dockets here

Individuals have been mailed notification of their court date. If you have not yet received your notification, you are encouraged to review the court dockets found here or contact the court directly. Participants unable to appear remotely may be given alternative accommodations.

Alternative options to remote appearance include:

1. A written request for Driver’s Safety Course (Under the laws of the State of Texas, you may be eligible to have one moving violation, within a 12-month period, dismissed by taking a driver’s safety course.)
2. A written request for an extension, payment arrangements, alternative options, or to enter a plea of not guilty and request a trial. If you are wishing to make an appearance in writing, please ensure your letter to the Judge includes the information found here.
3. Payment options click here.
***Please note*** prior to making a court payment, please contact the municipal court by any of the ways found on the top right hand.

Paying Court Fines

The Municipal Court currently accepts money orders and cashier's checks when paying by mail. Visa, Mastercard, and cash payments are accepted when you pay in person at the clerk's window or online. There is a 6.5% convenience fee charged when paying by visa or MasterCard. Visit the payments section of our website for more information.


Contact Us

  1. Deborah Veracruz

    Municipal Court Administrator 
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  2. Dick Kettler

    Municipal Judge

    David Bass

    Associate Judge

    City of Robinson

    111 W Lyndale
    Robinson, TX 76706

    Phone: (254) 662-1415 
    Fax: (254) 662-1035

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